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					                         CITY OF OKLAHOMA CITY
                FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004 PROPOSED BUDGET
                          TABLE OF CONTENTS
                                                            INTRODUCTION
Letter of Transmittal..........................................................................................................................A-3
Budget Development Process.......................................................................................................... A-12
Organizational Chart ....................................................................................................................... A-13
Statement of Compliance................................................................................................................ A-14

                                                     FINANCIAL SUMMARIES
REVENUE BUDGET .........................................................................................................................B-3
Economic Overview...........................................................................................................................B-5
General Fund Revenue Summary .......................................................................................................B-8
General Fund Revenue by Revenue Source (pie chart) ....................................................................... B-10
Revenue Summary ......................................................................................................................... B-11
Revenue Detail ............................................................................................................................... B-14

EXPENDITURE BUDGET ................................................................................................................ B-23
Budgeted Positions by Department (table) ........................................................................................ B-24
Positions by Category (pie chart)..................................................................................................... B-25
Operating Expenditures by Function (pie chart)................................................................................. B-26
Operating Expenditures by Expenditure Category (pie chart) .............................................................. B-27
Expenditure Summary .................................................................................................................... B-28

FUND SUMMARIES ....................................................................................................................... B-31
Airports Enterprise Cash Fund......................................................................................................... B-33
Arbitrage Reserve Fund................................................................................................................... B-34
Asset Forfeiture Fund ..................................................................................................................... B-35
Capital Improvement Projects Fund .................................................................................................. B-36
City and Schools Capital Projects Use Tax Fund............................................................................... B-41
Court Administration and Training Fund ............................................................................................ B-42
Debt Service Fund .......................................................................................................................... B-44
Emergency Management Fund ........................................................................................................ B-45
Federal Funds ................................................................................................................................ B-46
Fire-Fighting and Fire-Rescue Services, Facilities or Equipment Tax Fund........................................... B-48
General Fund ................................................................................................................................. B-49
Internal Service Fund ...................................................................................................................... B-54
Metropolitan Area Projects Sales Tax Fund ...................................................................................... B-56
MAPS Operations Fund .................................................................................................................. B-57
Oklahoma City Improvement and Special Services Assessment Districts Fund .................................... B-59
Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public School Sales Tax Fund........................................................ B-60
Police and Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax Fund............................................................................ B-61
Police and Fire Capital Equipment Use Tax Fund .............................................................................. B-63
Police Services, Facilities or Equipment Tax Fund............................................................................. B-64
Solid Waste Management Cash Fund .............................................................................................. B-65
Special Purpose Fund..................................................................................................................... B-66
Storm Water Drainage Utility Fund................................................................................................... B-69
Street and Alley Cash Fund............................................................................................................. B-70
Transit and Parking Enterprise Fund................................................................................................. B-72
Water and Wastewater Cash Fund................................................................................................... B-74
Zoo Tax Fund................................................................................................................................. B-75
                                                            CAPITAL BUDGET
CAPITAL BUDGET ..........................................................................................................................C-1
Summary of Revenues and Expenditures ............................................................................................C-3
Bonds and Debt Service.................................................................................................................. C-20
Major Accomplishments.................................................................................................................. C-22

                                                    DEPARTMENTAL BUDGETS
GENERAL GOVERNMENT................................................................................................................D-1
Auditor’s Office.................................................................................................................................D-3
City Clerk’s Office.............................................................................................................................D-7
City Manager’s Office...................................................................................................................... D-11
Finance Department ....................................................................................................................... D-25
General Services ............................................................................................................................ D-37
Information Technology ................................................................................................................... D-45
Office of the Mayor and City Council................................................................................................. D-57
Municipal Counselor's Office............................................................................................................ D-65
Non-Departmental Allocations.......................................................................................................... D-75
Personnel Department .................................................................................................................... D-81

PUBLIC SAFETY........................................................................................................................... D-95
Court Administration ....................................................................................................................... D-97
Fire Department ........................................................................................................................... D-107
Police Department ........................................................................................................................ D-121

PUBLIC SERVICES ..................................................................................................................... D-133
Department of Airports .................................................................................................................. D-135
Neighborhood Services.................................................................................................................. D-145
Planning Department .................................................................................................................... D-153
Public Works .............................................................................................................................. D-165
Transit Services............................................................................................................................ D-183
Water and Wastewater Utilities...................................................................................................... D-193

CULTURE AND RECREATION ...................................................................................................... D-209
Parks and Recreation Department.................................................................................................. D-211
Zoo ............................................................................................................................................. D-223

                                                                  APPENDIX
GLOSSARY OF TERMS...................................................................................................................E-1
Glossary of Terms ............................................................................................................................E-3
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                             Introduction




                                               INTRODUCTION
                                                 • Letter of Transmittal

                                        • Budget Development Process

                                                • Organizational Chart

                                            • Statement of Compliance




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Maintain Basic City Services – The proposed budget provides funding to maintain and enhance some
levels of service for core functions such as solid waste collection, police, municipal courts,
water/wastewater and airports. Funding and staffing for many programs have been reduced, but efforts
have been made to control the impact on services.

Funding for general fleet replacement has been reduced over the past two years due to the downturn in
the economy. The proposed budget includes approximately $2 million for general fleet replacement.
This is significantly less than the amount required to continue the City’s planned general fleet
replacement. Increased funding in previous years has improved the condition of the fleet and should
allow for this reduced level of funding. Additional funding will be needed in future years to maintain the
progress made and reinstate the planned replacement program.

Control Growth in Employee Costs – Oklahoma City has a very talented and dedicated workforce,
which allows us to deliver excellent services to our citizens. The proposed budget continues our
investment in employees by providing funding for excellent benefits and merit increases for eligible
employees. To minimize service reductions and the number of position cuts required, this budget
includes the assumption that employees will not receive pay increases through pay plan adjustments.
Funding for employee health insurance benefits increased, but at a much lower rate than in previous
years. This is primarily the result of decisions made by the City Council in prior years to increase
employee premium contributions and co-pays as well as making other adjustments to the health plans
offered by the City.

Strengthen Revenue Base – Efforts that began in FY 2000-2001 with the revenue enforcement unit in
the City Treasurer’s Office continue in the proposed budget. This unit’s efforts have resulted in the
collection of approximately $2.3 million in underpaid or misdirected sales tax revenue to date.
Identification of lost revenue from existing sources will help strengthen our revenue base. The
proposed budget includes several changes in fees, most of which have been approved by Council and
others will be introduced prior to the adoption of the budget. These increases will more closely align
the fees charged to end users with the cost of the services provided. The following is a summary of fee
changes that will impact the FY 2003-2004 budget:

       §       Increase fees for the cost of operating the Municipal Court (Approved February 11, 2003)
       §       Increase administration/inspection fees for nuisance abatement (Approved April 22, 2003)
       §       Increase certain animal welfare fees and fines (Approved April 29, 2003)
       §       Increase development and planning fees (Introduced May 13, 2003)

Improve Organizational Effectiveness – In difficult economic times, it is important to continue to
focus on the service provided to our citizens. Departments were encouraged in the budget process to
identify areas in which organizational effectiveness could be improved. The proposed budget includes
several initiatives to improve the City’s effectiveness in providing services. The following summary
provides highlights of areas of improvements in program effectiveness.

§      Improved Court schedules (enacted during FY 03) allowed for the elimination of two municipal
       judge positions and with the addition of night court sessions, the expansion of services to citizens.

§      Enhancements will be initiated for the development process to aid customers in acquiring permits
       associated with development and construction projects. These enhancements will eventually lead
       to the implementation of new integrated processes for land development, including new computer
       systems that will be funded through a portion of the increase in development and planning fees
       proposed in the budget.




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§     The Water & Wastewater Utilities Department proposed a new financial management section,
      consolidating fiscal sections from several areas in the organization. The proposed change is
      expected to enhance financial management for the Department.

§     Solid Waste Management will be implementing the final phase of their new service plan to further
      improve collection efficiencies.

§     Funding is proposed in the Stormwater Drainage Utility Fund for the operation of the Household
      Hazardous Waste Facility at S.W. 15th and Portland. This facility will meet EPA requirements and
      will provide a source for citizens to discard household hazardous wastes that would otherwise pose
      health and environmental hazards to the public. Initially, the facility will be available only to citizens
      of Oklahoma City; however, the Public Works Department is exploring the option of charging a fee
      to surrounding communities to allow their citizens to use the facility.

§     Implementation of the City’s new financial and human resource management system known as
      BOB (Better Organized Business) will continue during the upcoming fiscal year with portions of the
      system going live on July 1, 2003. BOB will replace the City’s current aging system which poses
      many challenges to the City’s business processes and information needs. This project will improve
      internal system processes such as payroll, purchasing, and human resource management and
      provide enhanced management reporting. In the second phase, which is scheduled to go live in
      January 2004, enhancements such as employee benefits self-service, on-line employment
      applications, on-line bid response and vendor self-service will be available.

Invest in the City’s Infrastructure – While the General Fund continues to contribute to infrastructure
maintenance and improvements, other City Funds and Trusts such as the Stormwater Drainage Utility
Fund, General Obligation Bond Funds, the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust, and the Oklahoma City
Airport Trust provide the majority of the financial support for the City’s infrastructure.

As a result of the limited level of funding anticipated in FY 2003-2004, capital funding provided through
the General Fund is maintained at lower levels than provided in previous years. Fund Balance in the
General Fund is budgeted again this year for capital and non-operating costs. Funding for street
resurfacing, general fleet replacement, facility repair and maintenance, and technology infrastructure is
proposed in this budget; however, the levels of support are reduced from prior fiscal years.

The proposed General Fund budget includes approximately $5.0 million for street resurfacing, which is
an increase in funding from FY 2002-2003, due to mid-year budget reductions that lowered funding for
street resurfacing. The street resurfacing program will continue to include residential streets. The
crack sealing and micro-resurfacing programs that have contributed to improving the overall condition
and extending the life of City streets will continue in FY 2003-2004. In order to balance expenditures
with revenues in the Street and Alley Operating Fund, several reductions were made primarily
impacting funding for part-time positions and maintenance and operation expenses in the chip seal
program on rural roads.

The third sale from the 2000 General Obligation Bond Program was completed in March 2003,
continuing the program of infrastructure improvements throughout the City. To date, approximately $46
million in bonds have been sold from the 2000 General Obligation Bond Program for street projects. A
bond sale is anticipated in FY 2003-2004, which will include additional funding for street and other
infrastructure improvements. Progress is continuing on projects from previous bond authorizations.

Other infrastructure improvements are provided through the enterprise funds and trust funds and
include upgrading and improving water and wastewater facilities, a major renovation at Will Rogers
World Airport, the new Metro Transit transfer center and completion of the downtown Library/Learning
Center.



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Enhance Community Appearance – Community appearance is an important element in the quality of
life of a community and as a boost for economic development. The proposed budget continues support
for the Business Improvement Districts (BIDs) underway downtown and in the Stockyards area.
Funding has been included for one position to coordinate current and future BIDs. Benefits have
already been recognized in the downtown area with the new litter pick-up and sidewalk cleaning
programs funded through the downtown BID.

The MAPS Sales Tax Fund, in conjunction with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, is funding a major
transformation of the North Canadian River that will result in a series of beautiful river lakes. Funding is
included in the MAPS Operations Fund in FY 2003-2004 for maintenance and security along the North
Canadian River Basins.

Mowing schedules and litter programs will continue at levels provided in previous years; however, the
horticulture program in the Parks and Recreation department is reduced due to budget constraints.
The greenhouse operations at Will Rogers Park will be discontinued, which will affect the planting of
annual flowers in many public areas. The annual flower beds maintained by the City will instead will be
planted with shrubs and/or other perennial plants. The Parks and Recreation Department will be
working with neighborhood associations and other groups to encourage assistance with planting and
maintaining flowerbeds.

Promote Economic Development and Downtown Revitalization – The City plays an important role
in the development process by maintaining basic services, assisting in the enhancement of community
appearance, maintaining and expanding infrastructure, providing a good transportation system and
other activities that foster quality development such as the building permit process. One of the most
significant contributions to economic development in the FY 2003-2004 budget, and in future years, is
the implementation of the MAPS for Kids program, which will contribute to improvement of the City’s
core urban school district and provide capital support for all school districts that intersect with the City.

The City is continuing activities to promote and administer the use of incentives and financing options
provided by the federal government through the Empowerment Zone program.

Spin-off development from MAPS continues to grow and complement revitalization efforts in other parts
of the City including the Stockyards, Murrah District, Capitol Hill, Automobile Alley and Twenty-Third
Street areas. Construction on the City’s new Bass Pro Shops will be completed in FY 2003-2004 and
is expected to foster new development in the Bricktown Entertainment District.

Two new hotels are expected in the downtown area over the next year, both of which result from
developments related to the MAPS program. A new Courtyard by Mariott is being constructed just east
of the new Ford Center and another hotel is planned for construction along the Bricktown Canal. The
new Bass Pro Shops and the new Sonic Headquarters will both open in Bricktown in the latter part of
2003. The Oklahoma City Urban Renewal Authority has also accepted proposals for the renovation of
the historic downtown Skirvin Hotel.

Construction will begin on the expansion of the Galleria Parking Garage. The expansion will support
downtown development due to its ideal location near existing and potential office space. The expansion
will provide just over 1,000 new parking spaces. This is the first garage constructed by the Central
Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority in nearly 20 years.

Quadgraphics will complete construction on a new production facility which will bring new jobs to the
community with great potential for future expansion to include as many as 1,000 employees. The
facility is expected to be operational in 2004.

A major technology corporation has selected Oklahoma City as one of three potential locations for a
new production complex. Staff is working on a comprehensive development plan involving zoning,
environmental clearances, building permits and agreements for infrastructure improvements needed for

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the potential development. If completed, this would be the largest economic development project in the
history of Oklahoma City. The City Council and the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust (OCWUT) have
already approved preliminary actions to position the City to compete for the development.

The proposed budget continues the commitment to the Chambers of Commerce and the Convention
and Visitors Bureau for the promotion of tourism and economic development. The Chambers of
Commerce were again asked to reduce their contract amounts and each responded as requested. The
cooperation of the Chambers of Commerce in this difficult budget process is greatly appreciated.

Significant Changes in the Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Budget
The following is a summary of some of the changes included in the proposed budget for FY 2003-2004:

Police – Overage police recruit positions have been included in the Police Sales Tax Fund to enhance
the year-round recruiting effort started in FY 2001-2002. This program will fill vacancies created by
normal turnover and planned retirements more quickly, which will improve service levels. Four civilian
support positions (one Jailer, one Police Service Technician, one Equipment Service Worker and one
Financial Specialist) will be eliminated which will require other personnel to expand their responsibilities
and in some areas will reduce services provided.

An Administrative Coordinator I, which currently functions as the director of the SAVES program
(Survivors and Volunteers Emergency/Extension Services), is proposed for elimination. Grant funding
currently exists for a portion of the program, but does not provide for the director of the program. The
Administrative Coordinator I can be restored if grant funding is identified. General Fund support for the
youth shelter contract with Youth Services of Oklahoma County is eliminated. A youth shelter provided
by the State is primarily used for these services. Funding is also eliminated for the Child Abuse
Response and Evaluation Center (CARE). The Police Department has been in contact with CARE and
this change in funding should not reduce services provided by the program.

Fire – The Fire Department’s proposed budget includes the deletion of 25 vacant Fire Corporal
positions. This will reduce staffing at fire stations, but will not drop the Department below minimum
staffing levels or negatively affect response times. The proposed staffing changes will not jeopardize
the safety of our citizens or firefighters.

In Operations, the Department has proposed to delete an Administrative Coordinator I, Office
Assistant II and Custodian. The duties of these positions will be reassigned to remaining personnel.
The Department has also proposed to delete three Office Assistant II positions, an Office Specialist, a
Materials Dispatch Technician II, a Radio Technician and a Fire Apparatus Mechanic within the Support
Services Division. Remaining employees will absorb workload but service levels will be impacted as
the Division will be reduced by seven employees.

Municipal Courts – Two Municipal Judge positions were eliminated within the Judicial Division. Court
dockets will be rearranged to provide greater efficiency and minimize service impact. The new
schedule provides for traffic trial dockets that are after regular working hours. Staff has been working
with the new presiding judge to implement changes in the trial dockets.

Public Works –Improving the condition of City Streets continues to be a major priority for the
Department. An overtime contingency is proposed in the Street and Alley Fund for emergency
response to snow and ice storms, as well as other natural disasters. The Public Works budget
eliminates 21 positions and adds six positions in the Stormwater Drainage Utility Fund to staff the new
Household Hazardous Waste Facility. FY 2003-2004 will be the first full year of operation for the new
facility. Several reductions are proposed in order to meet the required budget target for FY 2003-2004:




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     §     The Rural Road Chip Seal Program has been eliminated.
     §     Eight positions are eliminated from Traffic Management affecting service levels for long line
           striping, data collection, signal repair and mapping. The funding for the removal of graffiti on
           private property and barricading for special events has also been proposed for elimination. The
           removal of graffiti on public property and for emergency barricading will continue.
     §     Five surveying positions and one Construction Inspector are eliminated from the Field Services
           Division this will result in increased contracting for surveying services.
     §     The Engineering Division eliminated one Engineer in Training position and an Engineering Aide
           position.
     §     One Civil Engineer II is eliminated in Contract Administration.

     Several positions in the Development Center were considered for elimination during initial phases of
     the budget process; however, revenue from proposed development fee increases will prevent the
     elimination of these positions. If development fee increases are not approved, additional reductions
     will be required.

Transit Services – The Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA) is
eliminating three positions, reducing or eliminating service on eight transit routes, and proposing an
across-the-board fare increase to absorb the reduction in City subsidy. Construction for the new
Downtown Transit Transfer Station is projected for completion December 2003. Three new positions
were proposed to staff the new facility. Parking also plans to increase rates, with an approximate 10%
rate increase at their parking system garages. The expansion of the Galleria Parking Garage will begin
during FY 2003-2004 to meet the parking needs of the downtown workforce, expanding downtown
attractions and increased conference activity.

Water/Wastewater Utilities – To increase department wide productivity and efficiency, the Water &
Wastewater Utilities Department proposed the addition of a Personnel and Safety Section and the
reorganization of the Finance Section, within the Administration Division. The new Personnel and
Safety Section will provide intra-departmental assistance for the 694 employees of the department,
while working closely with the City’s Personnel Department and the Risk Management Division. The
restructured Finance Section assembles all members of this work group in the same physical location
to better address the fiscal requirements of the utility.

Solid Waste Management is increasing overtime, part-time funding and supplies to implement the final
phase of their new service plan, which began September 2003. The final phase involves improving
collection efficiencies with as little disruption to citizens as possible.

Airports – The Department of Airports has increased capital funding to restore the equipment
replacement program that was reduced in the previous fiscal year. Apart from this addition, the
Department plans to continue to provide the same level of service, while major renovations at Will
Rogers World Airport continue.

Parks and Recreation – The Parks and Recreation Department was challenged with identifying budget
reductions while addressing operation and maintenance needs for new parks and facilities completed
through the MAPS program and General Obligation Bond program. The Department has targeted
several services for reduction, and where possible has tried to limit the impact to customers. The Parks
and Recreation Department proposed the elimination of 22 positions and added 11 positions for the
maintenance of new parks and facilities.

     §     Enhanced youth educational programming at the Myriad Botanical Gardens has been
           eliminated.
     §     Play in the Park sites have been reduced from 41 sites to 31 sites.
     §     Thirteen shallow depth pools will be closed and some of the Aquatics programs will be
           eliminated. Three specialty pools and seven free swimming pools will continue to be open.
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     §     A Marketing Coordinator will be eliminated. This position assisted the Civic Center with
           advertising and promotions.
     §     The Horticulture program is reduced by the elimination of the greenhouse operations at Will
           Rogers Park. This greenhouse produces many of the annual flowers the City plants. The
           annual flower beds in the downtown area and the eight major beds throughout the City will not
           be planted with annuals, but instead will be planted with shrubs and/or other perennials.
     §     The Grounds Management Division is consolidating the Horticulture and Park Maintenance
           warehouse with the Daily Maintenance warehouse.
     §     The Grounds Management Division is reducing administrative services by eliminating an
           Administrative Coordinator I and a Communications Dispatcher. This eliminates data collection
           of field activities and will reduce response to information requests by citizens and staff.
     §     Parks maintenance services are being reduced with the elimination of an Equipment Operator
           and a Skilled Trades Worker. This will affect the response time in areas such as fence repair.
     §     The downtown Horticulture district is being reduced by the elimination of a Horticulture Worker
           and by the elimination of the overseeding of the downtown area for winter grasses.
     §     Martin Park Nature Center is being reduced by the elimination of a Grounds Maintenance
           Operator that assisted with programming and general grounds maintenance. As a result, Martin
           Park is eliminating one of its six days of operation.
     §     Hours of operation for the two major gymnasiums will be reduced from six days per week to five
           days per week.
     §     The part-time staff at the Earlywine Tennis Center is eliminated. The Tennis Center will now be
           free to the public and will be open seven days per week, year round.
     §     The Grounds Management Division is combining two of its maintenance districts and is
           realigning the districts to more efficiently distribute work. This allows them to eliminate a Field
           Operations Leader as well as a few other costs.
     §     The General Fund subsidy for the James E. Stewart Golf Course is being reduced by $30,000
           due to increased revenue generated by the course.
     §     The in-house concession and gift shop operation at the Civic Center is being eliminated. A third
           party vendor will replace the in-house operation.
     §     The Civic Center is eliminating its contract cleaning service and is replacing it with City staff at a
           much lower cost.
     §     The Bricktown Canal is reducing its daytime security guard service. The Canal will maintain
           armed evening security and daytime holiday security.

Several service enhancements have been approved for the Parks Department for maintenance and
operation of new parks and projects that are opening in the upcoming fiscal year.

     §     The South Lakes Park is coming online in FY 2003-2004. Funding has been approved to
           provide for the maintenance of this park. The costs of maintenance have been significantly
           reduced due to the agreement the City has with the South Lakes Soccer Club. Under the
           agreement, the Soccer Club will provide a large portion of the maintenance services for the
           park.
     §     Funding has been added to the MAPS Operations Fund for maintenance and security services
           for the North Canadian River basins.
     §     Additional funding has been added to provide maintenance for several new parks and trails.
     §     One half of a year of maintenance has been funded for the Lake Draper North Point Day Use
           Area. This area will include restrooms, picnic pavilions, basketball courts, volleyball courts, a
           fishing pier, a courtesy dock, and picnic tables with grills.

Neighborhood Services – The Neighborhood Services Department is proposing to delete four
Environmental Code Inspectors in Housing and Neighborhood Programs and replace them with three
higher grade positions to better fit the assigned responsibilities. While current service will be impacted
minimally, future expansion of the Building Blocks program will be delayed as a result of reduced code
compliance enforcement. One Office Assistant II is proposed for deletion within the Code Enforcement
Division.

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Animal Welfare is proposing to delete one Animal Welfare Supervisor and four Animal Welfare
Representatives. These deletions will reduce the hours the shelter is open to the public and the
customer service provided to the public during open hours.

Planning – A Planner II in Long Range Planning is proposed for deletion which will reduce the
Department’s capacity for neighborhood liaison and planning which is anticipated to slow the
implementation of the Empowerment Zone strategic plan.

General Services – The General Services Department is proposing to eliminate one Building
Maintenance Mechanic assigned to Police and Courts. Three Skilled Trades Workers assigned to
pools are to be eliminated due to cuts in the Parks Department. A Materials Dispatch Technician II
position assigned to the General Services warehouse is proposed for elimination, and existing staff will
assume the duties of that position.

The Fleet Services Division will be competing with other vendors for the opportunity to provide services
for the City fleet in the upcoming fiscal year. The Fleet Services Division, Office of Management and
Budget, and other City management teams will be required to evaluate proposals for both short-term
and long-term service considerations. Four support positions have been eliminated as part of the
proposed budget in addition to four shift positions. In order to accommodate the lower staffing levels,
the Division proposes to divert after-hours work to the new Portland shop, rather than maintain after-
hours staffing at both the new shop and the existing shop on Shartel.

Finance – In order to make the needed budget reductions, the Finance Department budget proposal
results in the elimination of 12 positions. The following is a summary of some of the reductions in the
Finance Department:

§      Two Data Systems Technician III positions and one Buyer are eliminated from the Procurement
       Division. With the Pro Card purchasing program and the new financial management software, the
       department will monitor workloads to evaluate changes in work process to improve efficiency.
§      One Data Systems Technician III is eliminated from the Revenue Enforcement program which may
       impact productivity.
§      One License Inspector is eliminated which will reduce the enforcement of business licenses and
       garage sale permits.
§      One Municipal Accountant I assigned to asset management is eliminated. Some services will be
       delayed or eliminated, but financial reporting requirements will be addressed.
§      The vendor payment schedule will be reduced from two times per week to one time per week. This
       will result in cost savings and the elimination of one position. Some vendors may see a delay in
       payments due to the reduction in payment cycles though delays should not be significant.
§      Implementation of the new Risk Management Information System will allow for the elimination of
       one Data Technician I position, by providing for electronic data capture.
§      One Training and Safety Officer is eliminated which will require that departments work closely with
       the Municipal Safety Specialist to participate in providing training for their employees.
§      Two position changes will be made in Risk Management to realign the focus of the Workers’
       Compensation program on claims investigation, claims processing and a return-to-work program.

Information Technology (IT) – The Information Technology Department proposes eliminating ten
positions throughout the various work teams. The remaining work team members will absorb the
responsibilities assigned to these positions, the reductions will affect the number of projects that IT can
address. IT’s administration is focusing on the future and the ever changing requirements of the City’s
technological infrastructure and its network security. In response to an audit conducted by the City
Auditor’s Office and IT’s own risk assessment—four new positions are proposed to address security,
telecom, strategic planning and infrastructure concerns. Additionally, IT proposes changing the names
of three of their four divisions to better reflect the mission of their organization.


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                      FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004 B UDGET DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

The proposed budget is the result of several months of preparation, beginning in November with the development
of preliminary revenue estimates which form the base for budget planning. At the same time, assumptions were
made about expenditures to guide budget development.

Departmental Budget Submissions - Once the preliminary revenue and expenditure estimates were developed,
departments were challenged to identify ways to improve efficiency and organizational effectiveness in order to
minimize the service impact of budget reductions. General Fund budget targets were provided that assumed
reductions from the same service level budget of 2 percent for the Police and Fire Departments and 11 percent
for all other departments. Due to a shortfall of revenues available for on-going expenses in the Fire Sales Tax
Fund, the Fire Department was also faced with reducing Fire Sales Tax Fund expenditures.

Budget documents were distributed to departments in December with a set of instructions for preparing their
budgets. As part of these instructions, departments were asked to focus reductions on non-core services while
meeting their targets by reducing positions and combining work functions to make their operations more efficient.

City Manager’s Review - During March, the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) analyzed the proposed
budgets submitted by the departments. Recommendations were discussed with the departments and the City
Manager’s Office made decisions regarding the proposed reductions and additions to the budgets. Proposals for
additions to the budget included restoration of reductions made in the base budget to preserve service levels,
revenue producing services, new programs to enhance existing services, and programs that are necessary to
maintain and operate new facilities completed through the MAPS program or with bond funds. Lower funding
levels greatly inhibited the ability to expand programs.

After the budget review process, revenue projections were revisited using the eight months of actual data that
was then available. As revenue and expenditure projections were fine-tuned, the final decisions were made
regarding the City Manager’s recommended budget. The result is the submission of the proposed budget to the
City Council. Below is a brief overview of the calendar.

                                             BUDGET CALENDAR FY 2003-04

November to December ............................................................................... Revenue estimates prepared

December 31, 2002 ................................................... OMB distributes operating instructions with targets

February 7 – February 28, 2003 ............................................... Departments send budget requests to OMB

February 7 - March 14, 2003....................................................................... OMB reviews budget requests

March 14 - April 4, 2003 ..................................... ACMs review budget requests and meet with departments

April 4 – April 30, 2003 ............................................................................... City Manager Budget finalized

May 13, 2003................................................................ Proposed budget submitted to Mayor and Council

May 13 - June 3, 2003 ........................................City Council Finance Committee reviews proposed budget

June 10, 2003 .....................................................................................Public hearing on proposed budget

June 10, 2003 ...................................................................................Proposed adoption of annual budget

June 25, 2003 ............................................................... Submission of budget to State Auditor & Inspector

July 1, 2003 ................................................................................................... Annual budget takes effect




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     STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE WITH BUDGETING & F INANCIAL PLANNING POLICIES
                   ADOPTED FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004 B UDGET

A Resolution Adopting Budgeting and Financial Planning Policies, adopted by the City Council April 22, 1997,
requires that the City Manager prepare and submit the proposed budget in accordance with the policies specified by
the resolution and that the proposed budget include a statement of the extent to which it complies with those
policies.

1.     Scope of Budget: This budget complies with the policy requiring that all City funds be budgeted.
2.     Appropriations for Fiscal Year: The budget complies with policy requirements regarding level of budgetary
       control and appropriations lapsing at the end of the fiscal year.
3.     Budget Amendments: This requirement is not applicable at this stage of the budget. If budget amendments
       are necessary, they will be conducted as required by policy.
4.     Financial Forecast: Information from the five-year financial forecast, required at least every two years, was
       presented to Council at a workshop in January 2003.
5.     Decentralization: This budget was prepared with departmental involvement as required by the policy.
6.     Performance-based Budget: This budget includes measures of performance and has considered them in
       allocating funds, as required by the policy.
7.     Operating Reserves: The policy requires each City fund to maintain two types of reserves: fund balance and
       contingency.
       a. Contingency: Each City fund should include an appropriation adequate to fund a contingency account of a
       targeted amount of two percent of the fund’s budgeted expenditures. The General Fund contingency is 1.26% of
       the General Fund budget. This is below target because of a management decision to lower contingency in
       order to minimize the reductions required of General Fund Departments. Refer to the Table of Compliance for
       contingency levels for each operating fund.
       b. Fund Balance: Fund Balance is an unbudgeted reserve which may be drawn upon for cash flow needs,
       and may be used as revenue without amending the budget if other revenue sources in total fall short of the
       estimate used in the adopted budget.
       The policy states that Fund Balance should not be used to fund on-going operations. The only only fund that
       violates this policy is the Emergency Management Fund. The Fund has budgeted $33,123 in fund balance for
       on-going operations, however, due to high employee turnover it is not likely that this additional fund balance will
       be used during the year.
     •      General Fund: The General Fund shall maintain reserves at the beginning of each fiscal year in the
            amount of no less than six percent and no more than ten percent of the total General Fund budget for that
            fiscal year. For the purposes of this section, “budgeted expenditures” means total budgeted General Fund
            expenditures and budgeted transfers to other funds for the ensuing fiscal year. The projected General Fund
            unbudgeted fund balance for July 1, 2003, is estimated at $17.0 million or 6.36% of the budget.
     •      Other Funds: Any fund that is not partially funded through transfers from the General Fund and supports
            personnel or other ongoing operating expenditures shall maintain reserves at a target level of one to three
            percent of the total budgeted expenditures of the fund for the ensuing fiscal year.
8.     Arbitrage Reserve: The transfer to the arbitrage reserve complies with the policies by equaling payments
       required in 2003-2004 and by setting aside reserves for future year payments.
9.     Borrowing for Operations: This budget will not require any fund to borrow for ongoing operations.
10. Balanced Budget: The budget is balanced in accordance with the Municipal Budget Act.
11. Spending for Capital Projects: City policy is that non-recurring revenue be used for capital and one-time
    expenses. The budget meets this requirement.
12. Cost Allocation Plan: A cost allocation plan was prepared, distributed to departments, and used as the basis
    for determining Administrative Service Chargebacks as required by policy.



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                                  T ABLE OF COMPLIANCE WITH RESERVE POLICY
                                          FOR FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004

                                                                    FY 03-04        Budgeted     Percent of   Projected    Percent of
                                                                    Proposed       Contingency   FY 03-04    Unbudgeted    FY 03-04
                                                                     Budget            (a)        Budget    Fund Balance    Budget
                                                                                                                 (b)
       GENERAL FUND
 (c) Convention and Visitors Bureau                                   2,727,569             NA          NA      238,332          8.74%
 (d) Juvenile Justice Program                                           643,374              0       0.00%       30,038          4.67%
       General Fund (Less C & V and Juvenile Justice)               263,952,277      3,358,119       1.27%   16,740,228          6.34%
 (e)     TOTAL GENERAL FUND                                         267,323,220      3,358,119       1.26%   17,008,598          6.36%

 (f) GENERAL FUND SUBSIDIZED FUNDS
       Street and Alley Cash Fund (Excludes Capital)                  9,589,252        98,000        1.02%    1,183,558        12.34%
       Transit Cash Fund (Supported by COTPA Trust)                   1,768,888        29,105        1.65%       28,176         1.59%
       Emergency Management Cash Fund                                 5,279,668       100,000        1.89%       66,877         1.27%
          TOTAL SUBSIDIZED FUNDS                                     16,637,808       227,105        1.36%    1,278,611         7.68%

          TOTAL GENERAL AND SUBSIDIZED FUNDS                        283,961,028      3,585,224       1.26%   18,287,209          6.44%

 (g) INTERNAL SERVICE FUND
       Print Shop                                                       903,865         4,845        0.54%       97,225        10.76%
       Equipment Services                                             5,065,012       250,000        4.94%      544,658        10.75%
       Information Technology                                         7,562,054        75,000        0.99%       96,218         1.27%
       Risk Management                                                8,878,641        62,000        0.70%      131,530         1.48%
           TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUND                               22,409,572       391,845        1.75%      869,631         3.88%

 (h) COURT ADMINISTRATION AND TRAINING FUND
       Court Administration Training                                  1,390,740        32,363        2.33%      102,851         7.40%
       Municipal Counselor Training                                      24,269             0        0.00%        2,900        11.95%
       Police Training                                                  415,000        91,300       22.00%       98,125        23.64%
          TOTAL COURT ADMIN & TRAINING FUND                           1,830,009       123,663        6.76%      203,876        11.14%

 (i) SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
       Police Special Tax Fund                                       30,517,885      1,533,748       5.03%    1,272,578         4.17%
 (j) Fire Special Tax Fund                                           27,050,861         97,419       0.36%      134,125         0.50%
 (k) Zoo Special Tax Fund                                            12,141,996             NA          NA            0         0.00%
       Metropolitan Area Projects Fund (Excludes Capital)               101,134          8,000       7.91%       10,000         9.89%
 (l) MAPS Operations Fund (Excludes Capital)                         11,363,491         58,393       0.51%    2,717,807        23.92%
       OCMAPS (Operations)                                              913,506         57,954       6.34%       31,189         3.41%
(m)    Police & Fire Cap. Equip. Use Tax (Excludes Capital)             932,184         40,000       4.29%      932,087        99.99%
 (n)   Police & Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax                     58,094,819      7,000,000      12.05%   10,199,302        17.56%
 (o)   OKC Special Assessment & Improvement Districts                  1,323,431             0       0.00%            0         0.00%
 (p)   City and Schools Capital Projects Use Tax                              0              0          NA      582,046            NA

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                                                                      FY 03-04        Budgeted     Percent of     Projected       Percent of
                                                                      Proposed       Contingency   FY 03-04     Unbudgeted        FY 03-04
                                                                       Budget            (a)        Budget      Fund Balance       Budget
                                                                                                                     (b)
 (r) ENTERPRISE FUNDS
        Airports                                                       11,404,098       226,000         1.98%      1,003,997            8.80%
 (q) Stormwater Drainage Utility Fund                                  15,124,409       512,000         3.39%         89,562            0.59%
     Solid Waste Management Cash Fund                                   7,501,260       407,161         5.43%         70,344            0.94%
     Wastewater Utility                                                18,762,315       506,344         2.70%        536,475            2.86%
     Water Utility                                                     39,099,497     1,215,008         3.11%        576,106            1.47%
 (r) Transit & Parking Cash Fund (Supported by COTPA)                   2,103,238        33,105         1.57%         30,005            1.43%

 (s) ASSET FORFEITURE FUNDS                                              4,540,000     1,253,000       27.60%         261,614            5.76%

  (t) ARBITRAGE RESERVE FUND                                                70,000            0         0.00%           3,290            4.70%


 (u) CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS FUND                                                 1,439,927                             0
           Budget with Only New Appropriations                           4,168,000                     34.55%                            0.00%
           Total Budget including Reappropriations                      12,470,312                     11.55%                            0.00%

NOTES:
 (a) The budgeted contingency includes operating and personal services contingencies.
 (b) The fund balances presented are projections, as the fiscal year is not yet closed.
 (c) The Hotel/Motel tax revenues are dedicated to the Convention and Visitor's Bureau contract; contingency is included
        in the Bureau's budget.
 (d)    The Juvenile Justice Program is a subfund of the General Fund and can use unbudgeted reserve from the General
        Fund, if needed.
 (e)    The General Fund contingency is below target levels because of a management decision to lower contingency in order
        to minimize reductions required of General Fund departments.
  (f)   Subsidized funds can rely on the General Fund and therefore do not have the same requirements as other funds.
 (g)    Internal Service Funds can also rely on the General Fund if necessary. Risk Management unbudgeted fund balance
        does not include reserves for worker's compensation in the OCMFA.
 (h)    The Court Administration & Training Fund is used for training. Expenditures are made only if funds are available.
  (i)   The Special Revenue Funds are supported by dedicated sales and use taxes. Contingencies and fund balance are
        used for capital projects, commenced as funds are available, and upon management and/or Council approval.
  (j)   The Fire Sales Tax contingency is lower than target levels in order to minimize reductions in the department.
 (k)    Zoo sales taxes are dedicated to the Zoo and any contingency is included in the Zoo Trust budget.
  (l)   MAPS Operations Fund contingency is below target levels because the budget includes $7.8 million for the loan to
        OCRRA for the Bass Pro Shop project. Unbudgeted fund balance is high due to future use for operations and
        maintenance for MAPS Projects; excludes capital.
 (m)    The Police and Fire Equipment Use Tax carries a high unbudgeted fund balance as a reserve for future projects.
 (n)    The contingency in the Police and Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax Fund is budgeted for authority only, in case
        projects are implemented sooner than projected.
 (o)    The Oklahoma City Special Assessment and Improvement District Funds are pass through funds for the Business
        Improvement Districts. Any contingency would be budgeted by the District.
 (p)    No expenditures are budgeted in the City and Schools Use Tax, therefore the contingency and unbudgeted reserve
        policies can be applied.
 (q)    The Stormwater Drainage Utility budget includes $6.7 million for new capital projects but excludes capital allocated in
        previous years. Unbudgeted fund balance is reserved for capital projects in future years.
 (r)    Each of the enterprise funds meets the minimum 2.0% budgeted contingency policy with the exception of the Transit
        and Parking Cash Fund. Transit and Parking are supported by the COTPA Trust, with only Transit receiving a General
        Fund subsidy. With the exception of Drainage, this group of funds is supported by trusts.
 (s)    Asset Forfeiture receipts are unpredictable. Expenditures are made only if funds are available.
  (t)   The Arbitrage Fund is a reserve fund to pay for future liabilities with the Internal Revenue Service.
 (u)    Fund balance budgeted for new projects; unbudgeted reserve is zero to allow for excess funds to be used in the
        budgeted contingency in case funding is needed for emergency projects.



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                                        FINANCIAL SUMMARIES
                                                  • Revenue Budget

                                                • Expenditure Budget

                                                  • Fund Summaries




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                                             REVENUE BUDGET

                                                   • Economic Overview

                                        • General Fund Revenue Summary

                  • General Fund Revenue by Revenue Source (pie chart)

                                                    • Revenue Summary

                                                       • Revenue Detail




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                                             ECONOMIC O VERVIEW
Oklahoma City's economy experienced sustained moderate growth during the 1990s. Since the oil bust of the
mid-1980s, the local economy has diversified with major increases in manufacturing, construction and services
that have complemented the City’s core industries of energy, transportation, agriculture and government. These
changes to Oklahoma City’s economic base have resulted in substantive gains in employment, corporate
expansion and new development. The trend of economic expansion continued through the first quarter of 2001,
and then slowed during the remainder of the calendar year. The National Bureau of Economic Research (NBER)
declared that the end of economic expansion occurred in March 2001, and has not yet determined a date for the
end of the recession. In general, factors that affect the national economy have a similar impact on Oklahoma
City.
The general outlook for the Oklahoma City economy for Fiscal Year 2003-2004 is for a return to moderate growth
that is slightly improved compared to the previous fiscal year. International, national and state actions and events
affect local economic performance. Forecasters from the Wall Street Journal, Bank One and Oklahoma State
University have projected that the overall economy is expected to improve in 2003 and achieve slow, sequential
growth in 2004 as well. In general, major swings in specific industries typically have a smaller effect in Oklahoma
City, due to the diversity of the local economy. It is in this context, the outlook for Oklahoma City's economy for
Fiscal Year (FY) 2003-2004 is presented.


                                                     NATIONAL ECONOMY
Most economists agree that the recent recession will give way to expansion in the coming year. While there are
several factors that have had a negative impact on economic growth in 2002 and the first quarter of 2003, other
indicators demonstrate a return to economic growth. The national Gross Domestic Product (GDP) grew by 1.4%
in the fourth quarter of 2002, and grew 1.6% in the first quarter of 2003. Growth is expected to increase to 2% in
the second quarter, setting the stage for 3% or higher growth in the second half of the year. As of May 1, 2003,
Economy.com is forecasting growth in real GDP of 3.7% over the next four quarters. Interest rates continue to be
low, with no indication of increasing until later in the year. Consumer spending, though recently affected by higher
energy prices and a large amount of uncertainty, is expected to rebound. With an end to the war in Iraq and
positive gains in both business and consumer confidence, preliminary indicators of personal income and spending
are showing improvement. However, the outlook for a strong recovery is still mixed because of some less
optimistic factors.
The NBER determined that the recent recession began in March 2001. To gauge the economy, they used four
monthly indicators: employment, industrial production, sales in the manufacturing and trade sectors, and real
personal income. Although there has been positive growth in the nation’s Gross Domestic Product (GDP) for the
last six quarters, the economy “continues to experience growth in output and income without growth in
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employment.” Initial reports are showing that the first three months of 2003 have resulted in a net job loss for the
nation. The continued loss of jobs in the economy and an unemployment rate hovering near 6% are both serving
as a drag on overall economic recovery.
In looking toward economic recovery in 2003, lower energy prices and improved consumer confidence will help to
pull the nation out of recession. Because consumer spending accounts for two-thirds of the US economy,
economists monitor consumer behavior closely. Consumer confidence posted significant gains after the
conclusion of the war in Iraq. The latest data indicate a 19.6-point increase in April 2003, the largest gain since
March 1991, just after the end of the first Gulf war. Positive reports of an April increase of 0.4% growth in both
personal spending and personal income nationwide also bode well for incremental recovery. The employment
cost index for the first quarter of 2003 is showing a growth rate of 1.3% over the prior quarter. While benefit cost
growth was a part of this index, wages and salaries also showed solid growth at 1%, twice the rate of growth in
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the fourth quarter of 2002.
An increase in business investment is likely, due to several factors. First, gains in productivity are showing a
growth rate of 1.6% in the first quarter of 2003 compared with 0.8% for the fourth quarter of 2002. Second,
technology investments that took place immediately before Y2K are nearing the end of their useful life and will
require replacement in 2003. Third, earnings reports in the first quarter of 2003 from major companies have been
largely positive, prompting recent gains in financial markets. Rising profits will allow businesses to begin investing
and hiring again. All of these factors indicate preparedness for growth in business investment, but it must be
noted that businesses are not likely to implement significant investments until there is a clear indication of

1
    “The NBER’s Business-Cycle Dating Procedure,” 4/10/03, nber.org.
2
    “Consumer Confidence Report Provides Boost for Economic Outlook,” AP article, The Oklahoman, 4/30/03.
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increased demand. Yet, most economists believe that a clear recovery in business confidence will lead to future
hiring and investment. In light of the recent improvement in this area, Economy.com is projecting growth in
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employment of 1% for the next four quarters as compared to a net job loss of 0.1% in the previous four quarters.


                                                        STATE ECONOMY
Throughout the recent recession, the Oklahoma state economy has fared better than the national economy. As of
April 2003, newly revised data released from the Bureau of Labor Statistics shows that the state lost jobs during
the recession with an annualized rate of job loss of 1.5% for 2002. Though the rate of job growth for January and
February 2003 in Oklahoma is still showing a negative trend, forecasters expect a return to positive job growth
and a year-end average growth rate of 0.73%.
Forecast data for 2003 from the US Bureau of Economic Analysis show that Oklahoma has exceeded the national
average in per capita income growth during the past two years. The national per capita income grew by 2.19% in
2001, while Oklahoma’s per capita income increased by 3.9%. Likewise in 2002, the national per capita income
grew by 1.74% and Oklahoma’s grew by 2.52%. Although the differences are not substantial, it may be due, in
part, to the boom in technology industries that were concentrated in particular states. The subsequent downturn
in this sector had an effect in Oklahoma, but it was not as dramatic as in other states, due to a diversified
economy.
Based on Bureau of Labor Statistics data, the unemployment rate in Oklahoma fared better than the national
unemployment rate for the past two years. The US unemployment rate in 2001 was 4.8% while Oklahoma had an
average annual rate of 3.8%. In 2002, the US unemployment rate was 5.8% and Oklahoma had an average
annual unemployment rate of 4.5%. In the past, when the national economy experienced recession, Oklahoma
had an inverse growth relationship because of its dependence on the oil and gas industry. As the state has
become more diversified, it has shown a closer relationship to national business cycle patterns. As the nation’s
economy recovers in the coming year, Oklahoma is also expected to recover, though at a slower pace.
Fueled by low interest rates, the construction sector has been a source of strength in the state economy in 2002,
though will probably slow in 2003. Forecasters at Oklahoma State University are projecting improvement in
Oklahoma manufacturing employment growth that corresponds to the improved outlook for the national and world
economies. However, despite gains in manufacturing production, employment growth in this sector is limited by
continued productivity growth. In addition, increases in manufacturing activity in the second generation of newly
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industrializing countries in Asia will likely continue, limiting growth of manufacturing in Oklahoma and the nation.


                                                OKLAHOMA CITY ECONOMY
The Oklahoma City Metropolitan Statistical Area (MSA) includes Logan, Canadian, Oklahoma, Cleveland,
McClain and Pottawatomie Counties and contains more than 31% of the state population and 33% of the state
labor force. The Oklahoma City area has 35% of nonagricultural employment and generates 33% of statewide
personal income.
Oklahoma City’s diverse economy has traditionally spared it from the more cyclical downturns seen on a national
level, particularly because it is the state capital and has a high concentration of federal and state government
workers. The recent recession has created some fairly significant fiscal problems for state and local
governments, which will limit the potential for government job creation in the short term. However, layoffs and
actual job losses in government entities typically occur at a much slower rate than in the private sector. According
to projections from the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, the metropolitan area is expected to
rebound to 1.2% growth in non-farm employment in 2003. Oklahoma State University has projected a rate close
to this, with a 0.93% growth rate expected for the Oklahoma City in 2003. This trend mirrors the magnitude and
timing of the behavior of the metro area economy in the 1990-91 recession, as weak employment growth in 1991
and 1992 was followed by a rebound in hiring to 2.0% growth in 1993.
There are several attributes that Oklahoma City possesses that add to the potential for economic growth. The
affordability of the area is demonstrated by cost of living indexes that are consistently below the national average.
For example, the fourth quarter 2002 ACCRA Cost of Living Index for Oklahoma City was 91.0 or 9% below the
national average. High quality, affordable housing is another cornerstone of the area. Recently, Coldwell
Banker’s 2002 Annual Home Price Comparison Index (HPCI) ranked Oklahoma City as the nation’s third most
affordable upscale housing market. The HPCI revealed that the average sales price of a 2,200 square foot home

3
    Thomas, Craig, “Put on a Happy Face,” 4/30/03, The Dismal Scientist from Economy.com.
4
    Rickman, Dan, “Economic Outlook 2003, State of Oklahoma,” economy.okstate.edu.
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in Oklahoma City is $114,875 compared to the national average of $291,097. These types of comparisons
demonstrate that the economic development potential of the city is substantial.
Fueled by low interest rates, the housing market in Oklahoma City surged in 2002. According to the Oklahoma
City Metropolitan Association of Realtors, residential sales for the area totaled $1.75 billion for the year, a 14.5%
increase from $1.53 billion in 2001. New residential construction was also strong, with the City of Oklahoma City
issuing 1,399 building permits from July – Dec 2002, a 35.8% increase from the same period in the prior year.
After 14 consecutive years of growth, Oklahoma City’s General Business Index (GBI), as calculated by the
University of Oklahoma, posted its first loss in 2001. However, from November 2001 to November 2002,
Oklahoma City’s GBI grew by 2.5%. Retail trade activity is expected to improve in 2003, from a fairly slow rate of
growth in 2002. Retail trade posted gains of 1% in 2002, which was the slowest growth rate since the recession
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year of 1991. Growth in retail trade is expected to recover to 4.3% in 2003.
There are several exciting economic development initiatives underway in Oklahoma City that will contribute to the
city’s overall growth. QuadGraphics is constructing a 170,000 sq. ft. production facility that will employ as many
as 1,000 people. Construction activity in downtown Oklahoma City is booming, with four major commercial
establishments currently under construction. A new hotel is currently under construction, as is a new
headquarters building for Sonic Corporation, and a new building for Bass Pro Shops along the Bricktown canal.


                                                          CONCLUSION
Oklahoma City's economy has weathered significant challenges during recent years. After the fall of the oil and
gas industry during the 1980’s, it has rallied behind broad-based economic incentive and public development
programs to attract new business and enhance the quality of life. Although it has experienced some economic
challenges in 2001 and 2002, Oklahoma City is internationally recognized for its deep sense of community,
purpose and unity. These attributes can easily be seen in the people of Oklahoma City and, ultimately, are
reflected in the City's economic performance. Significant local economic activity ranging from the public and
private development surrounding the MAPS projects, the building of the federal campus in the north downtown
area, new highway construction and significant new housing and commercial developments all contribute to the
feeling that, although Oklahoma City has endured some difficulties, it is poised to resume a trend of growth and
prosperity.

Sources – In addition to the sources noted in footnoted passages, information sources for this section also include: The
Bureau of Economic Analysis, an agency of the U.S. Department of Commerce; the Bureau of Labor Statistics, an agency of
the U.S. Department of Labor; the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce; the Dismal Scientist from Economy.com,
The Daily Oklahoman, 2003 Outlook: Looking for Leadership in the Market, David Kundert and Anthony Chan with Bank One,
the Oklahoma Business Bulletin, prepared by the Michael F. Price College of Business at the University of Oklahoma, and the
2003 Oklahoma Economic Outlook prepared by Oklahoma State University's College of Business Administration.




5
    Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce, “Economic Highlights 2002,” April, 2003.
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                      GENERAL FUND REVENUE SUMMARY
The City relies primarily on the two-cent General Fund sales tax, use tax, franchise fees and service charges to
fund general operations. Other General Fund revenue sources include licenses and permit fees, interest on
investments, fines and miscellaneous revenue. The City is prohibited from using property taxes for operations,
because state law limits municipal use of property taxes to general obligation bond debt service and judgments.


                                                      TAXES
The FY 2003-2004 sales tax projection is $143.8 million, which is 3.23% or $4.5 million above anticipated
collections for year-end FY 2002-2003. Sales tax collections for FY 2002-2003 are expected to end the fiscal
year with a total of $139.3 million, which is 1.88% below the sales tax collected in FY 2001-2002. For the first
time since the late 1980’s, the General Fund is experiencing sales tax receipts that are lower than the previous
year. In early 2002, it appeared that the economy would recover from recession and resume a pattern of growth.
While some areas of the overall economy experienced a recovery, uncertainty in the economy and lower rates of
spending for both individuals and businesses have hurt the City’s sales tax base. The three-year average for
sales tax growth is 5.36% while the five-year average for sales tax growth is currently 4.61%.
Use taxes have experienced a fairly stable rate of growth in FY 2002-2003, at roughly 1.62%. Over the past few
years, use tax receipts have encountered a rather substantial up and down trend with significant growth in FY
2000-2001 and a subsequent tapering off in the next. These revenues are expected to increase at a rate of 3%
above year-end, with anticipated collection for FY 2003-2004 at $15.5 million.
Hotel/motel tax revenue sustained a fairly significant decline during FY 2002-2003, with an expected year-end
decrease of 4.12% below prior year collections. With new hotel construction in Oklahoma City and an improved
economy, this revenue source is expected to recover in FY 2003-2004 with estimated revenue of $2.6 million, a
3% increase. Alcoholic beverage tax and Remington Park admission tax revenues are expected to remain near
FY 2002-2003 levels. Other tax revenues remitted by the City's Water/Wastewater Utility are projected to
increase in line with planned rate increases and the City’s projected population growth.


                                              FRANCHISE FEES
Franchise revenues sustained measured losses in FY 2002-2003, and are expected to finish 1.17% below FY
2001-2002 levels. Much of the franchise revenue is dependent upon the type of weather the City experiences.
The decline from one fiscal year to the next is partly due to the cool summer experienced in 2002 and is also the
result of rulings by the Corporation Commission and the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The
franchise holder for electricity experienced a rate decrease in the fall of 2002, and the FCC ruled that a portion of
cable service that had been previously subject to franchise provisions was no longer part of the franchise
calculation. Both of these items have had a negative impact on franchise fees in FY 2002-2003, but the spike in
natural gas prices during the winter months allowed some areas of this revenue category to recover in the current
fiscal year. Overall, franchise revenues are anticipated to be $24.9 million in FY 2003-2004, approximately 1.82%
above the FY 2002-2003 year-end.


                                          LICENSES AND PERMITS
Revenues from existing licenses, fees and permits are expected to increase in FY 2003-2004, largely due to a
proposed update of building-related permit fees. Most building and construction-related permits have not been
increased in Oklahoma City since the late 1980’s. After an in-depth analysis of current costs and technology
upgrades that will make the permitting process more streamlined, a rate increase is included as part of the
proposed budget. The new alarm permit program that was implemented in FY 2002-2003 contributed to the
revenue growth in this category. Overall, revenues from licenses and permits are projected to total $9.2 million in
FY 2003-2004.




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                      SERVICE CHARGES AND ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICE PAYMENTS
Service charges include contracts with other agencies to provide services, and engineering/planning fees for
general obligation bond and OCMAPS projects. Parks and Recreation charges as well as cost recovery for
Hazardous Materials mitigation are also included. Administrative service payments are charged to enterprise
funds to recover administrative costs and are based on the costs associated with the services provided. Service
charges and administrative service payments are projected to total $20.0 million in FY 2003-2004.


                                                     FINES
Fine revenues include traffic, criminal, parking and other municipal court fines. Revenues in this category were
affected by provisions in the state statutes that allow any court system to recover its costs through corresponding
administrative fees that can be added to citations. With this change, adopted by City Council in 2003, the total
revenue from fines for FY 2003-2004 is estimated at $18.3 million, a $5.4 million increase from FY 2002-2003
year-end amounts.


                                              OTHER REVENUE
This category includes a number of miscellaneous revenue sources such as check service charges, pay phone
commissions, leases and reimbursements. The estimate of $2.9 million is based on recent collections and known
factors that will affect grant and rent revenues.


                                             INTEREST INCOME
Interest earnings are projected to be $4.5 million in FY 2003-2004. The projection is approximately 38.91% below
the projected FY 2002-2003 year-end total. This decrease follows two prior years of decline, from a total of $15.1
million in FY 2000-2001 to $7.4 million in FY 2002-2003. This trend is due to the reductions of the Federal
Reserve discount rate and its relative impact on Treasury notes.


                 TRANSFERS FROM POLICE AND FIRE SALES TAX AND OTHER FUNDS
The method used to calculate transfers from the Police and Fire Sales Tax Funds was adjusted for FY 2003-2004
in order to separately account for uniformed positions added after passage of the dedicated sales tax. The
amount reimbursed to the General Fund from the Police and Fire Special Sales Tax Funds for FY 2003-2004 is
estimated to be $17.5 million.


                                               FUND BALANCE
Fund balance is included as a source of funding for one-time expenditures like capital improvements and street
resurfacing. In FY 2003-2004, the overall fund balance budgeted for the General Fund is $5.0 million, which is
$3.5 million less than that budgeted in FY 2002-2003. The reason for this is because the City has drawn from its
reserves during the recent economic slowdown, and must stay within adopted guidelines in order to maintain
adequate reserves. Unbudgeted fund balance is projected at 6.36% in the General Fund, and is in the 6-10%
range called for in the City’s financial policies.


Note: All of the above calculations and percentage comparisons from FY 2002-2003 to FY2003-2004 are based
on recorded revenue collections through April 25, 2003. As of this date, FY 2002-2003 was not complete and
these figures are estimated amounts.




The City of Oklahoma City                                                                                     Page B-9
Financial Summaries                                        Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget




                      FY 2003-2004 GENERAL FUND REVENUE
                               BY REVENUE SOURCE



                                         Use Tax 5.8%
                                               Other Taxes 2.1%
                                                        Franchise Fees 9.3%



                                                                Lic., Permits, Fees 3.4%



    Sales Tax 53.8%                                                  Fines 6.9%


                                                                       Interest 1.7%
                                                                       Service Charges 2.6%

                                                                       Other 1.1%

                                                                    Administrative Charges
                                                                             4.9%

                                                           Transfers 6.5%

                                                Fund Balance 1.9%




                          TOTAL GENERAL FUND REVENUE
                                  $267,323,220




Page B-10                                                               The City of Oklahoma City
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                         Financial Summaries




                                        REVENUE SUMMARY
                                                 Actual       Adopted      Proposed
                                               2001-2002     2002-2003     2003-2004
OPERATING FUNDS
GENERAL FUND
 TAXES
  Sales Tax                                    141,942,623   150,311,204   143,839,020
  Use Tax                                       15,151,672    15,388,506    15,482,437
  Other Taxes                                    5,493,365     5,573,101     5,680,967
   Total Taxes                                 162,587,660   171,272,811   165,002,424

  FRANCHISES
   O.G. & E.                                    13,591,735    14,372,015    13,964,281
   O.N.G.                                        3,994,901     3,883,259     4,112,681
   Cox Cable                                     4,144,973     4,060,771     4,063,800
   Southwestern Bell                             2,155,823     2,243,114     1,991,647
   Other Franchises                                858,618       904,179       747,965
    Total Franchises                            24,746,050    25,463,338    24,880,374

  LICENSES & PERMITS
   Building Permits                              2,452,292     2,624,133     3,128,479
   Other Development Permits                     2,441,213     2,532,927     3,405,899
   General Licenses                              1,365,686     1,420,807     1,466,342
   Fire Prevention Permits                          64,205        58,298        68,042
   Alarm Permits and Fees                                0             0       975,963
   Hunting and Fishing Permits                      95,575       100,222       119,434
    Total Licenses & Permits                     6,418,971     6,736,387     9,164,159

  SERVICE CHARGES
   Administrative Charges                       10,728,482    12,575,323    13,021,072
   Public Events                                   612,341       839,715     1,070,771
   Parking Meter Fees                              757,411       769,492       784,791
   Parks & Recreation Fees                         973,316     1,113,363     1,086,028
   Police Fees                                   1,742,533     1,626,193     1,587,366
   Other Service Charges                         1,879,173     2,207,602     2,466,124
    Total Service Charges                       16,693,256    19,131,688    20,016,152

  FINES
   Traffic Fines                                 7,658,578     8,277,893     8,034,719
   Juvenile Fines                                   63,005        73,767        75,963
   Other Fines                                   4,498,530     4,296,220    10,236,471
    Total Fines                                 12,220,113    12,647,880    18,347,153

  MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE
   Other Revenue                                 2,050,177     1,446,423     2,883,682
   Interest                                     11,556,421     6,306,286     4,506,195
   Transfers In (Sales Tax)                     13,849,872    13,758,233    17,523,081
   Fund Balance                                 36,869,124     8,646,000     5,000,000
    Total Miscellaneous Revenue                 64,325,594    30,156,942    29,912,958

TOTAL GENERAL FUND                             286,991,644   265,409,046   267,323,220



The City of Oklahoma City                                                              Page B-11
Financial Summaries                                                Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget


                                              Actual        Adopted             Proposed
                                            2001-2002      2002-2003            2003-2004
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
  Police Sales Tax Fund                      32,605,734     30,625,124           30,517,885
  Fire Sales Tax Fund                        28,027,636     28,312,102           27,050,861
  Zoo Sales Tax Fund                         11,785,985     12,100,434           12,141,996
  Street and Alley Fund                      10,972,822      9,876,262            9,589,252
  MAPS Sales Tax Fund                           718,158        247,146              101,134
  MAPS Operations Fund                       23,021,730     14,600,791           11,363,491
  OCMAPS Sales Tax Fund                         317,392        930,663              913,506
  Police/Fire Capital Equip. Use Tax Fund     4,718,216      4,772,932              932,184
  E-911 Fund                                  4,501,183      5,085,037            5,279,668
  Court Administration and Training Fund      1,826,817      1,769,119            1,830,009
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS                 118,495,673    108,319,610           99,719,986

ENTERPRISE FUNDS
  Airports                                   10,363,477     10,694,139           11,404,098
  Water/Wastewater                           49,942,553     56,157,690           57,861,812
  Solid Waste Mgmt.                           7,539,149      7,296,804            7,501,260
  Stormwater Drainage Utility                17,278,288     14,753,611           15,124,409
  Transit/Parking                             1,987,727      2,187,393            2,103,238
TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS                       87,111,194     91,089,637           93,994,817

INTERNAL SERVICE FUND
  Print Shop                                    872,317        960,025              903,865
  Fleet Services                              6,148,579      5,801,224            5,065,012
  Risk Management                             7,786,528      7,860,444            8,878,641
  Information Technology                      7,401,410      7,602,337            7,562,054
TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUND                  22,208,834     22,224,030           22,409,572

TOTAL LOCAL FUNDS                           514,807,345    487,042,323         483,447,595

FEDERAL FUND                                 27,062,859     20,163,727           20,582,247

SUBTOTAL OPERATING FUNDS                    541,870,204    507,206,050         504,029,842
 Less: Interfund Transfers (1)              (42,814,649)   (46,561,512)        (59,599,510)
TOTAL OPERATING FUNDS                       499,055,555    460,644,538         444,430,332

NON-OPERATING FUNDS
 OKC Improvement & Special Assess Dist.         980,101      1,323,431            1,323,431
 Police Sales Tax Fund                        1,543,404              0                    0
 Fire Sales Tax Fund                                112              0                    0
 Stormwater Drainage Fund                       400,428              0                    0
 Arbitrage Rebate Fund                        1,361,174        850,000               70,000
 Capital Improvement Fund                    15,472,722      4,350,000            4,168,000
 Debt Service Fund                           45,467,105     43,102,996           50,282,240
 MAPS Sales Tax Fund                         24,315,254      4,705,695            6,214,350
 MAPS Operations Fund                           150,000        706,000            1,258,573




Page B-12                                                                       The City of Oklahoma City
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                   Financial Summaries


                                                        Actual         Adopted       Proposed
                                                      2001-2002       2002-2003      2003-2004

  Police/Fire Equipment Cap. Sales Tax Fund            51,615,756      20,008,250     40,602,466
  OCMAPS Sales Tax Fund                                11,303,245      41,610,412     71,406,004
  City and Schools Cap. Proj. Use Tax Fund                866,360       3,640,454      5,382,741
  Special Purpose Fund                                  1,391,075       2,276,285      2,518,705
  Asset Forfeiture Fund                                 4,144,969       2,540,000      4,540,000
  Street & Alley Fund                                  10,569,718       5,019,018      5,019,018
TOTAL NON-OPERATING FUNDS                             169,581,423     130,132,541    192,785,528

REAPPROPRIATIONS
  Police Sales Tax Fund                                           0     1,883,466      1,452,213
  Fire Sales Tax Fund                                             0             0              0
  Street & Alley Fund                                             0     7,248,608      4,972,873
  Stormwater Drainage Fund                                        0     5,086,996      4,247,328
  Federal Fund                                                    0    28,977,299     29,014,546
  MAPS Sales Tax Fund                                             0    24,146,511      7,357,276
  Police/Fire Equipment Sales Tax Fund                            0    23,523,007     17,492,353
  Capital Improvement Fund                                        0    11,014,154      8,302,312
TOTAL REAPPROPRIATIONS                                            0   101,880,041     72,838,901

SUB TOTAL ALL FUNDS                                   668,636,978     692,657,120    710,054,761
 Less: Interfund Transfers (2)                        (11,859,508)     (8,819,018)    (8,737,018)

TOTAL ALL FUNDS                                       656,777,470     683,838,102    701,317,743

NOTES:
(1) Transfers between Operating Funds
    General Fund Transfer to Streets Opr.               4,848,018       4,947,465      4,544,990
    General Fund Transfer to E-911                      1,658,880       2,436,513      2,586,408
    Gen Fund to Transit Cash Fund via COTPA             1,536,862       1,836,547      1,732,846
    Admin Payments to General Fund                              0               0      9,455,021
    Various Funds to Internal Service Funds            20,723,076      22,224,030     22,409,572
    General Fund Transfer to Federal Fund                       0         205,000        205,000
    Federal Fund Transfer to General Fund                 381,844         917,645        950,095
    Federal Fund Transfer to Police Sales Tax             177,825         170,080        126,497
    Police Sales Tax to General Fund                    6,047,345       6,132,554      7,676,341
    Fire Sales Tax to General Fund                      7,440,799       7,691,678      9,912,740
      TOTAL                                            42,814,649      46,561,512     59,599,510

(2) Transfers from Operating to Non-Operating Funds
    Transfer to the C.I.P.                              5,075,000       3,550,000      3,668,000
    General Fund Transfer to Arbitrage                    700,000         250,000         50,000
    General Fund Transfers to Streets Capital           6,084,508       5,019,018      5,019,018
       TOTAL                                           11,859,508       8,819,018      8,737,018




The City of Oklahoma City                                                                        Page B-13
Financial Summaries                                               Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget




                                      REVENUE DETAIL
                                              Actual       Adopted             Proposed
                                            2001-2002     2002-2003            2003-2004
OPERATING FUNDS
GENERAL FUND

TAXES
  Sales Tax                                 141,942,623   150,311,204         143,839,020
  Use Tax                                    15,151,672    15,388,506          15,482,437
  Sales Tax Audit Revenue                             0        51,610                   0
  Hotel/Motel Tax                             2,634,541     2,745,216           2,602,569
  Alcoholic Beverage Tax                        499,213       500,000             597,138
  Remington Park Admissions Tax                  20,169        20,000              16,758
  Utility Fees - Water                        1,061,656     1,002,323           1,088,779
  Utility Fees - Wastewater                     837,955       769,991             865,277
  Utility Fee - Solid Waste                     439,831       483,961             510,446
   Total Taxes                              162,587,660   171,272,811         165,002,424

FRANCHISE FEES
  Oklahoma Gas & Electric                    13,591,735    14,372,015           13,964,281
  Oklahoma Natural Gas                        3,994,901     3,883,259            4,112,681
  Southwestern Bell                           2,155,823     2,243,114            1,991,647
  Tri-Gen                                       301,604       250,000              262,206
  Cox Cable                                   4,144,973     4,060,771            4,063,800
  Caddo Electric Coop.                           16,429        16,356               16,607
  Oklahoma Electric Coop.                       161,732       161,823              170,556
  McCloud, Sprint, Brooks, Cox Telephone        378,853       476,000              298,596
   Total Franchise Fees                      24,746,050    25,463,338           24,880,374

LICENSES, PERMITS & FEES
  Fire Prevention Permits                        64,205        58,298               68,042
  Police Alarm Permits                                0             0              975,963
  Oil & Gas Well Inspections                    298,880       250,000              253,794
  General Licenses                              612,684       715,312              740,812
  Building Permits                            2,452,292     2,624,133            3,128,479
  Electrical Wiring Permits                     773,104       842,645            1,137,352
  Plumbing Permits                              523,644       555,300              767,179
  Boiler & Elevator Permits                      72,640        65,155               60,634
  Offsite Wagering Fee                          134,181       122,389              129,146
  Pre-Qualification Application Fee              47,706        51,665               58,398
  Refrig. & Forced Air Permits                  391,031       440,329              659,546
  Sidewalk & Paving Fees                         75,563        69,060              135,055
  Paving Cut Fees                                81,437        94,060               98,036
  Curb Cut Fees                                  43,027        42,324              106,759
  Fishing and Hunting Permits                    95,575       100,222              119,434
  Mixed Bev./Bottle Club License                404,860       383,752              402,059
  Vending Stamps                                280,153       266,743              267,910
  Garage Sale Permits                            67,989        55,000               55,561
   Total Licenses, Permits, & Fees            6,418,971     6,736,387            9,164,159




Page B-14                                                                      The City of Oklahoma City
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                   Financial Summaries


                                              Actual      Adopted     Proposed
                                            2001-2002    2002-2003    2003-2004
SERVICE CHARGES

ADMINISTRATIVE CHARGES
  Airport Administrative Payments              462,912      604,557      534,070
  Airport Police Payments                    1,361,432    1,638,060    2,173,127
  Water/Wastewater Admin Payments            4,613,189    5,278,990    5,279,051
  Federal Fund Administrative Payments         348,381      380,000      412,450
  Drainage Utility Administrative Payment      381,850      538,517      585,583
  Solid Waste Mgmt. Admin Payments             565,960      841,280      883,190
  Convention & Tourism Admin Payments           81,812       81,812       81,856
  Zoo Administrative Payments                  127,546      135,000      108,328
  Golf Administrative Payments                 154,121      169,311      170,000
  Bond Fund Administrative Payments            854,127      953,480      853,109
  Other Administrative Payments                 84,376       94,009      126,641
  Risk Management Administrative Payments      232,493      234,218      266,224
  Transit Administrative Payments              520,228      492,416      517,890
  Parking Administrative Payments               71,644       78,152       61,812
  IT Administrative Payments                   625,929      783,503      686,473
  Print Shop Administrative Payments            92,482      107,785      106,045
  Fleet Services Admin Payments                150,000      164,233      175,223
   Total Administrative Charges             10,728,482   12,575,323   13,021,072

OTHER SERVICE CHARGES
  MAPS Engineering Chargebacks                 278,430      150,000       50,000
  OCMAPS Chargeback                                  0      245,113      200,186
  OCMAPS Bond Chargeback                             0       38,939      284,647
  "BOB" Project Chargeback                           0       74,613       43,525
  Hazmat Cost Recovery                               0       70,096       50,000
  Animal Shelter Fees                          314,532      336,734      409,769
  Engineering Fees                             906,692      942,600      885,256
  Planning Fees                                379,519      349,507      542,741
  Police Fees                                1,742,533    1,626,193    1,587,366
  Parking Meters                               757,411      769,492      784,791
  Recreation Fees                              555,376      608,363      640,028
  Myriad/Civic Center                          612,341      839,715    1,070,771
  Myriad Gardens Revenue                       417,940      505,000      446,000
   Total Other Service Charges               5,964,774    6,556,365    6,995,080

TOTAL SERVICE CHARGES                       16,693,256   19,131,688   20,016,152




The City of Oklahoma City                                                         Page B-15
Financial Summaries                                      Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget


                                     Actual       Adopted             Proposed
                                   2001-2002     2002-2003            2003-2004
FINES
  Traffic Fines                      7,658,578     8,277,893            8,034,719
  Parking Fines                      1,092,043     1,150,000            1,141,677
  Court Fees                           257,689       255,000              292,785
  Court of Record, Jury Division     2,778,911     2,446,455            8,402,009
  Criminal Court                       369,887       444,765              400,000
  Juvenile Fines                        63,005        73,767               75,963
 Total Fines                        12,220,113    12,647,880           18,347,153

MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE

OTHER REVENUE
  Reimbursement - Federal Grants       507,996       537,645              537,645
  Reimbursement - Rose State            33,463        72,535               98,236
  Leases                               142,304       118,072            1,129,135
  Sale of City Property                490,463        25,000               25,000
  Check Service Charge                  58,080        53,511               56,947
  Damage to City Property               63,853        40,000               41,975
  Royalties                             43,741        50,000               42,500
  Miscellaneous                        171,075       163,631              199,787
  Wrecker Service Payments             110,903       115,232              124,576
  Neighborhood Services                127,068        86,252              464,860
  Rental Revenue - 2000 Classen          7,350         7,350                7,350
  Mowing Services - OCRRA               35,393        35,393               35,393
  Pay Phone Commissions                 15,585        11,648                8,528
  County Liens                               0             0                    0
  Rental Revenue - 420 Main            242,903       130,154              111,750
   Total Other Revenue               2,050,177     1,446,423            2,883,682

INTEREST                            11,556,421     6,306,286            4,506,195

TRANSFERS
  Transfers from Police Tax          5,977,490     6,066,554            7,610,341
  Transfers from Fire Tax            7,872,382     7,691,679            9,912,740
   Total Transfers                  13,849,872    13,758,233           17,523,081

FUND BALANCE                        36,869,124     8,646,000            5,000,000

TOTAL MISCELLANEOUS REVENUE         64,325,594    30,156,942           29,912,958

TOTAL GENERAL FUND                 286,991,644   265,409,046         267,323,220




Page B-16                                                             The City of Oklahoma City
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                Financial Summaries


                                          Actual       Adopted     Proposed
                                        2001-2002     2002-2003    2003-2004
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
Police Sales Tax Fund
  Sales Tax                             26,614,233    28,193,031   26,969,816
  Interest                                 369,189       225,000      309,958
  Other                                    634,934       752,598      192,497
  Fund Balance                           4,987,378     1,454,495    3,045,614
    Total Police Sales Tax Fund         32,605,734    30,625,124   30,517,885

Fire Sales Tax Fund
   Sales Tax                            26,614,233    28,193,031   26,969,816
   Interest                                 92,648        65,000       71,145
   Other                                    93,296        54,071        9,900
   Fund Balance                          1,227,459             0            0
    Total Fire Sales Tax Fund           28,027,636    28,312,102   27,050,861

Zoo Sales Tax Fund
  Sales Tax                              8,871,411     9,397,680    8,989,939
  Interest                                 123,165        82,441      104,942
  Fund Balance                           2,791,409     2,620,313    3,047,115
   Total Zoo Sales Tax Fund             11,785,985    12,100,434   12,141,996

Street & Alley Fund
  Commercial Vehicle Taxes               3,326,027     3,489,604    3,559,396
  Motor Fuel Excise Taxes                  999,791       979,502    1,028,197
  Interest                                 403,189       300,000      309,669
  Other                                     (2,558)            0            0
  Subsidy Transfer from General Fund     4,848,018     4,947,465    4,544,990
  Fund Balance                           1,398,355       159,691      147,000
    Total Street & Alley Fund           10,972,822     9,876,262    9,589,252

MAPS Sales Tax Fund - (Operating)
 Other                                       3,839             0            0
 Fund Balance                              714,319       247,146      101,134
  Total MAPS Sales Tax Fund                718,158       247,146      101,134

MAPS Operations Fund
 Use Tax                                   (56,066)            0            0
 Interest                                1,980,181       778,155      642,044
 Other                                      44,845       350,300      722,182
 Fund Balance                           21,052,770    13,472,336    9,999,265
  Total MAPS Use Tax Fund               23,021,730    14,600,791   11,363,491




The City of Oklahoma City                                                      Page B-17
Financial Summaries                                                   Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget


                                                  Actual       Adopted             Proposed
                                                2001-2002     2002-2003            2003-2004
OCMAPS Sales Tax Fund
 Tax                                               315,492       795,663                513,506
 Interest                                            1,900             0                      0
 Fund Balance                                            0       135,000                400,000
  Total OCMAPS Sales Tax Fund                      317,392       930,663                913,506

Police/Fire Capital Equipment Use Tax Fund
  Use Tax                                         2,661,184     2,007,922                     0
  Interest                                          134,852             0                75,331
  Other                                               2,792             0                     0
  Fund Balance                                    1,919,388     2,765,010               856,853
    Total Police/Fire Equipment Use Tax Fund      4,718,216     4,772,932               932,184

Emergency Management Fund
  Tariff Revenue                                  2,432,319     2,495,401            2,544,273
  Interest                                           20,648        20,000               15,864
  Other                                                 306             0                    0
  Fund Balance                                      389,030       133,123              133,123
  Subsidy Transfer from General Fund              1,658,880     2,436,513            2,586,408
   Total Emergency Management Fund                4,501,183     5,085,037            5,279,668

Court Administration & Training Fund
  Forensic Fee                                      423,058       425,000              449,433
  CLEET Surcharge                                   471,731       509,000              522,842
  Victim's Compensation Fee                          30,264        30,000               30,452
  AFIS Surcharge                                    281,765       300,000              312,000
  Police Fees                                       171,542       180,372              222,392
  Interest                                           29,167        14,641               25,486
  Other                                              52,713        48,800               53,048
  Fund Balance                                      366,577       261,306              214,356
   Total Court Administration & Training Fund     1,826,817     1,769,119            1,830,009

TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS                     118,495,673   108,319,610           99,719,986

ENTERPRISE FUNDS
Airports Fund
   Transfer from OCAT                             9,325,390    10,626,517           11,339,947
   Interest                                          78,112        67,622               64,151
   Other                                                387             0                    0
   Fund Balance                                     959,588             0                    0
    Total Airports Fund                          10,363,477    10,694,139           11,404,098




Page B-18                                                                          The City of Oklahoma City
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                        Financial Summaries


                                              Actual        Adopted       Proposed
                                            2001-2002      2002-2003      2003-2004
Water/Wastewater Fund
 Transfer from OCWUT                         47,425,000     55,319,716     56,587,812
 Interest                                       463,664        287,974        474,000
 Fund Balance                                 2,053,492        550,000        800,000
 Other                                              397              0              0
   Total Water/Wastewater Fund               49,942,553     56,157,690     57,861,812

Solid Waste Management Fund
  Transfer from OCEAT (Flow Fee)              7,425,000      7,273,069      7,393,553
  Interest                                       23,516         23,735         26,199
  Other                                           7,817              0              0
  Fund Balance                                   82,816              0         81,508
    Total Solid Waste Management Fund         7,539,149      7,296,804      7,501,260

Stormwater Drainage Utility Fund
  Drainage Fee                                6,437,356      6,627,884      6,839,525
  Interest                                      617,075        388,404        483,050
  Other                                         249,696        189,000        242,075
  Fund Balance                                9,974,161      7,548,323      7,559,759
   Total Stormwater Drainage Utility Fund    17,278,288     14,753,611     15,124,409

Transit/Parking Fund
  Transfer from COTPA Trust                   1,835,393      2,173,206      2,064,982
  Transfer from General Fund                          0              0              0
  Interest                                       14,541         14,187         13,256
  Other                                           1,890              0              0
  Fund Balance                                  135,903              0         25,000
   Total Transit Fund                         1,987,727      2,187,393      2,103,238

TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS                       87,111,194     91,089,637     93,994,817

INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

  Print Shop                                    872,317        960,025        903,865
  Fleet Services                              6,148,579      5,801,224      5,065,012
  Risk Management                             7,786,528      7,860,444      8,878,641
  Information Technology                      7,401,410      7,602,337      7,562,054
TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUND                  22,208,834     22,224,030     22,409,572

TOTAL LOCAL FUNDS                           514,807,345    487,042,323    483,447,595

FEDERAL GRANTS

    Community Development Grants             14,175,178     10,725,525     10,743,389
    Office of Workforce Development           5,118,219      5,481,504      5,300,938
    Other Grants                              7,769,462      3,956,698      4,537,920

TOTAL FEDERAL GRANTS FUNDS                   27,062,859     20,163,727     20,582,247

SUBTOTAL OPERATING FUNDS                    541,870,204    507,206,050    504,029,842

     Less: Interfund Transfers              (42,814,649)   (46,561,512)   (59,599,510)

TOTAL OPERATING FUNDS                       499,055,555    460,644,538    444,430,332

The City of Oklahoma City                                                             Page B-19
Financial Summaries                                              Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget


                                               Actual      Adopted            Proposed
                                             2001-2002    2002-2003           2003-2004
NON-OPERATING FUNDS

OKC Improvement & Special Assessment Dist.
 Assessments                                    957,705    1,310,546            1,056,328
 Interest                                        16,221            0                    0
 Collection Fees                                  6,175       12,885               12,885
 Fund Balance                                         0            0              254,218
  Total OKC Improvement Districts Fund          980,101    1,323,431            1,323,431

Asset Forfeiture
  Asset Seizure Revenues                         80,241       20,000              350,000
  Rental Revenues                                44,301       50,000               45,000
  Other                                       1,979,578    1,015,000            1,115,000
  Interest                                       98,560       90,000              130,000
  Fund Balance                                1,942,289    1,365,000            2,900,000
   Total Asset Forfeiture                     4,144,969    2,540,000            4,540,000

Arbitrage
  Transfer from General Fund                    661,174      600,000                 20,000
  Fund Balance                                  700,000      250,000                 50,000
   Total Arbitrage                            1,361,174      850,000                 70,000

Police Sales Tax Fund
  Fund Balance                                1,543,404               0                     0
    Total Police Special Tax                  1,543,404               0                     0

Fire Sales Tax Fund
   Fund Balance                                    112                0                     0
    Total Fire Special Tax                         112                0                     0

Stormwater Drainage Fund
  Fund Balance                                  400,428            0                        0
   Total Stormwater Drainage Fund               400,428            0                        0

Street & Alley Capital
  Transfers                                   6,084,508    5,019,018            5,019,018
  Other                                         233,124            0                    0
  Fund Balance                                4,252,086            0                    0
    Total Street & Alley Capital             10,569,718    5,019,018            5,019,018

Capital Improvements Fund
  Other Revenue                                 696,231      400,000              200,000
  Operating Transfers                         5,075,000    3,550,000            3,668,000
  Investment Income                             469,490      400,000              300,000
  Fund Balance                                9,232,001            0                    0
Total Capital Improvements Fund              15,472,722    4,350,000            4,168,000

MAPS Sales Tax Fund
 Sales Tax                                      149,304            0                    0
 Interest                                     3,597,785      455,695               43,168
 Other                                          253,515    4,250,000            1,866,500
 Fund Balance                                20,314,649            0            4,304,682
  Total MAPS Sales Tax Fund                  24,315,254    4,705,695            6,214,350


Page B-20                                                                     The City of Oklahoma City
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                                                   Actual       Adopted      Proposed
                                                 2001-2002     2002-2003     2003-2004
MAPS Operations Fund (Capital)
 Sales Tax                                                0             0              0
 Interest                                                 0             0              0
 Other                                                    0             0              0
 Fund Balance                                       150,000       706,000      1,258,573
  Total MAPS Use Tax Fund                           150,000       706,000      1,258,573

Police/Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax Fund
  Sales Tax                                       35,321,966    19,709,997             0
  Interest                                         1,560,267       298,253     1,764,746
  Other                                                1,710             0             0
  Fund Balance                                    14,731,813             0    38,837,720
    Total Police/Fire Equipment Sales Tax Fund    51,615,756    20,008,250    40,602,466

OCMAPS Sales Tax Fund
 Sales Tax                                        11,292,801    40,610,412    71,406,004
 Interest                                             10,444             0             0
 Revenue Contingency                                       0     1,000,000             0
  Total OCMAPS Sales Tax Fund                     11,303,245    41,610,412    71,406,004

City and Schools Capital Projects Use Tax Fund
   Use Tax                                          858,894      2,877,653     5,304,225
   Interest                                           7,466              0        78,516
   Fund Balance                                           0        762,801             0
    Total City & Schools Cap. Projects Fund         866,360      3,640,454     5,382,741

Debt Service
  Ad Valorem (Property)                           41,353,644    43,102,996    44,025,619
  Interest                                           169,240             0     1,325,000
  Other                                                    0             0     4,571,113
  Fund Balance                                     3,944,221             0       360,508
   Total Debt Service                             45,467,105    43,102,996    50,282,240

Special Purpose
  Donations                                           56,466        45,000       750,000
  Other                                               63,269     1,112,138             0
  Investment Income                                   97,553        70,000        80,000
  Fund Balance                                     1,173,787     1,049,147     1,688,705
   Total Special Purpose                           1,391,075     2,276,285     2,518,705


TOTAL NON-OPERATING                              169,581,423   130,132,541   192,785,528




The City of Oklahoma City                                                                Page B-21
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                                           Actual         Adopted             Proposed
                                         2001-2002       2002-2003            2003-2004
REAPPROPRIATIONS
  Police Sales Tax Fund                              0     1,883,466            1,452,213
  Fire Sales Tax Fund                                0             0                    0
  Street & Alley Fund (Capital)                      0     7,248,608            4,972,873
  Federal Fund                                       0    28,977,299           29,014,546
  Stormwater Drainage                                0     5,086,996            4,247,328
  MAPS Sales Tax Fund                                0    24,146,511            7,357,276
  Police/Fire Equipment Sales Tax Fund               0    23,523,007           17,492,353
  Capital Improvement Fund                           0    11,014,154            8,302,312
TOTAL REAPPROPRIATIONS                               0   101,880,041           72,838,901

SUBTOTAL ALL FUNDS                       668,636,978     692,657,120         710,054,761
  Less: Interfund Transfers              (11,859,508)     (8,819,018)         (8,737,018)

TOTAL ALL FUNDS                          656,777,470     683,838,102         701,317,743




Page B-22                                                                     The City of Oklahoma City
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                                                   EXPENDITURE BUDGET

                                            • Budgeted Positions by Department (table)

                                                      • Positions by Category (pie chart)

                                        • Operating Expenditures by Function (pie chart)

      • Operating Expenditures by Expenditure Category (pie chart)

                                                                • Expenditure Summary




The City of Oklahoma City                                                                Page B-23
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                      BUDGETED POSITIONS BY DEPARTMENT
                                       FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04
DEPARTMENT                            AMENDED      AMENDED      ADOPTED        CHANGE

Mayor and Council                              7            7            6                 (1)
City Manager                                  34        36.75           34             (2.75)
Municipal Counselor                         57.5           55           50                 (5)
Court Administration                          89           81           79                 (2)
Personnel                                     35           31           27                 (4)
                                  1
  Office of Workforce Development             41           44           27               (17)
City Clerk                                     8            8            8                   0
Neighborhood Services                         91           84        76.51             (7.49)
                         1
  Housing Rehabilitation                      13           14        15.49               1.49
Planning                                   27.78        26.78           23             (3.78)
                           1
  Community Development                    13.22        14.22           17               2.78
Finance                                    100.5        98.25           86            (12.25)
Information Technology                        86           79           73                 (6)
City Auditor                                  11           11           11                   0
Public Works                                 450          436          421               (15)
                       1
  Brownfields Program                          1            0            0                   0
General Services                             108           92           79               (13)
Water/Wastewater Utilities                   692          694          694                   0
Police                                     1,302        1,301        1,297                 (4)
Fire                                       1,047        1,021          986               (35)
Airports                                      91           91           91                   0
Transit                                       23           23           23                   0
Parks                                        224          200          191                 (9)

Total                                      4,552        4,448        4,315              (133)

NOTES:
1
  Grant funded positions.




Page B-24                                                                                 The City of Oklahoma City
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                Financial Summaries




      FY 2003-2004 POSITIONS BY CATEGORY
             4,315 TOTAL POSITIONS

                                                      FOP
                                                     23.8%




               IAFF
              21.9%


                                                                                  AFSCME
                                                                                   34.7%


            Executive (a)
               0.2%


                                        Management
                                          20.8%


NOTES:
AFSCME – American Federation of Federal, State, County, and Municipal Employees
IAFF – International Association of Fire Fighters
FOP – Fraternal Order of Police

(a) Executive Category Includes Only Council Appointees




The City of Oklahoma City                                                                     Page B-25
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             FY 2003-2004 OPERATING EXPENDITURES
                          BY FUNCTION




                                                                                                Public Services
                                                                                                    32.5%
     Public Safety
        45.6%




                                                                                           Culture &
                                                                                           Recreation
                                                                                             10.2%
                                               Other*             General
                                               7.2%              Government
                                                                    4.5%



                              TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES
                                       $444,430,332

      *Other includes such miscellaneous items as Capital contributions, retiree health subsidy, city-wide electricity
      and other items that do not fall into one of the defined categories.




Page B-26                                                                                            The City of Oklahoma City
   Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                     Financial Summaries




           FY 2002-2003 OPERATING EXPENDITURES
                BY EXPENDITURE CATEGORY




                                                                        Other Services
                                                                          & Supplies
                                                                           24.9%
Personal Services
     63.0%




                                                                  Capital Outlay 2.4%

                                                        Transfers Out 9.7%




                                  TOTAL OPERATING EXPENDITURES
                                           $444,430,332




   The City of Oklahoma City                                                          Page B-27
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                                EXPENDITURE S UMMARY
                                              Actual       Adopted      Proposed            Percentage
                                            2001-2002     2002-2003     2003-2004            Change
GENERAL FUND
  Juvenile Justice - Municipal Counselor        162,343       180,111       114,494              -36.43%
  Juvenile Justice - Court Administration       485,694       510,712       528,880                3.56%
  Mayor & Council                               736,993       771,546       729,332               -5.47%
  City Manager                                2,005,195     1,937,828     1,893,028               -2.31%
  Municipal Counselor                         4,533,916     4,396,081     4,236,024               -3.64%
  Court Administration                        4,954,795     4,954,937     5,005,157                1.01%
  Personnel                                   2,363,452     2,329,859     2,171,344               -6.80%
  City Clerk                                    593,021       538,909       578,614                7.37%
  Neighborhood Services                       5,031,310     5,121,368     5,083,620               -0.74%
  Planning                                    2,006,686     2,045,779     2,017,011               -1.41%
  Finance                                     5,512,683     5,833,294     5,627,924               -3.52%
  City Auditor                                  823,430       877,412       809,537               -7.74%
  Public Works                               15,358,041    15,642,958    15,215,278               -2.73%
    Public Works - Streets Subsidy            4,848,018     4,947,465     4,544,990               -8.13%
  General Services                            3,645,239     3,399,810     3,203,792               -5.77%
  Police                                     73,924,716    74,508,986    78,246,517                5.02%
    Emergency Mgmt Fund Subsidy               1,658,880     2,436,513     2,586,408                6.15%
  Fire                                       60,797,898    63,245,206    66,008,325                4.37%
  Transit                                     6,950,025     6,421,744     6,181,903               -3.73%
  Parks & Recreation                         16,325,525    17,222,898    16,171,434               -6.11%
  Convention & Visitors                       2,922,664     2,966,216     2,727,569               -8.05%
  Non-Departmental Operating                 33,812,273    40,100,396    38,623,021               -3.68%
    Street Resurfacing (Non-Dept.)            6,084,508     5,019,018     5,019,018                0.00%
TOTAL GENERAL FUND                          255,537,305   265,409,046   267,323,220                0.72%

SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
  Police Sales Tax Fund                      27,062,373    30,625,124    30,517,885               -0.35%
  Fire Sales Tax Fund                        27,430,679    28,312,102    27,050,861               -4.45%
  Zoo Sales Tax Fund                          8,870,048    12,100,434    12,141,996                0.34%
  Street & Alley Fund (Oper.)                 9,765,911     9,876,262     9,589,252               -2.91%
  MAPS Sales Tax Fund (Oper.)                   533,314       247,146       101,134              -59.08%
  MAPS Operations Fund                        5,513,210    14,600,791    11,363,491              -22.17%
  OCMAPS Sales Tax Fund                          87,937       930,663       913,506               -1.84%
  Police/Fire Cap. Equip. Use Tax Fund          450,633     4,772,932       932,184              -80.47%
  Emergency Management Fund                   4,291,872     5,085,037     5,279,668                3.83%
  Court Admin. and Training Fund              1,391,880     1,769,119     1,830,009                3.44%
TOTAL SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS                  85,397,857   108,319,610    99,719,986               -7.94%




Page B-28                                                                            The City of Oklahoma City
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                      Financial Summaries


                                                Actual        Adopted       Proposed         Percentage
                                              2001-2002      2002-2003      2003-2004         Change
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
  Airports                                      9,513,716     10,694,139     11,404,098              6.64%
  Water/Wastewater                             48,767,267     56,157,690     57,861,812              3.03%
  Solid Waste Management                        7,514,909      7,296,804      7,501,260              2.80%
  Stormwater Drainage Utility                   7,342,091     14,753,611     15,124,409              2.51%
  Transit/Parking                               1,961,562      2,187,393      2,103,238             -3.85%
TOTAL ENTERPRISE FUNDS                         75,099,545     91,089,637     93,994,817              3.19%

INTERNAL SERVICE FUND
  Print Shop                                      794,860        960,025        903,865            -5.85%
  Fleet Services                                5,489,854      5,801,224      5,065,012           -12.69%
  Risk Management                               7,678,616      7,860,444      8,878,641            12.95%
  Information Technology                        7,397,757      7,602,337      7,562,054            -0.53%
TOTAL INTERNAL SERVICE FUND                    21,361,087     22,224,030     22,409,572             0.83%

TOTAL LOCAL FUNDS                             437,395,794    487,042,323    483,447,595             -0.74%

FEDERAL FUNDS                                  28,185,807     20,163,727     20,582,247              2.08%

SUBTOTAL OPERATING FUNDS                      465,581,601    507,206,050    504,029,842            -0.63%
  Less: Interfund Transfers (1)               (42,814,649)   (46,561,512)   (59,599,510)           28.00%
TOTAL OPERATING FUNDS                         422,766,951    460,644,538    444,430,332            -3.52%


NON-OPERATING FUNDS
  OKC Improvement & Special Assess Dist.          697,751      1,323,431      1,323,431            0.00%
  Police Sales Tax Fund                                 0              0              0               N/A
  Fire Sales Tax Fund                                   0              0              0               N/A
  Stormwater Drainage Utility (Capital)                 0              0              0               N/A
  Arbitrage Reserve Fund                          734,666        850,000         70,000          -91.76%
  Capital Improvement Fund                      7,842,311      4,350,000      4,168,000           -4.18%
  Debt Service                                 41,715,876     43,102,996     47,396,635            9.96%
  MAPS Sales Tax Fund (Capital)                71,761,302      4,705,695      6,214,350           32.06%
  MAPS Operations Fund (Capital)                        0        706,000      1,258,573           78.27%
  Police/Fire Capital Equip. Sales Tax Fund    14,097,590     20,008,250     40,602,466          102.93%
  OCMAPS Sales Tax Fund                        10,719,799     41,610,412     71,406,004           71.61%
  City & Schools Cap. Proj. Use Tax Fund                0      3,640,454              0         -100.00%
  Special Purpose Fund                            237,963      2,276,285      2,518,705           10.65%
  Asset Forfeiture Fund                           939,467      2,540,000      4,540,000           78.74%
  Street & Alley (Capital)                      8,200,584      5,019,018      5,019,018            0.00%
TOTAL NON-OPERATING                           156,947,309    130,132,541    184,517,182           41.79%




The City of Oklahoma City                                                                           Page B-29
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                                               Actual         Adopted       Proposed            Percentage
                                             2001-2002       2002-2003      2003-2004            Change
REAPPROPRIATIONS
  Police Sales Tax Fund                                  0     1,883,466      1,452,213              -22.90%
  Fire Sales Tax Fund                                    0             0              0                   N/A
  Street & Alley Fund                                    0     7,248,608      4,972,873              -31.40%
  Stormwater Drainage Utility (Capital)                  0     5,086,996      4,247,328              -16.51%
  Capital Improvement Fund                               0    11,014,154      8,302,312              -24.62%
  MAPS Sales Tax Fund                                    0    24,146,511      7,357,276              -69.53%
  Police/Fire Equipment Sales Tax Fund                   0    23,523,007     17,492,353              -25.64%
  Federal Funds                                          0    28,977,299     29,014,546                0.13%
TOTAL REAPPROPRIATIONS                                   0   101,880,041     72,838,901              -28.51%

SUBTOTAL ALL FUNDS                           579,714,261     692,657,120    701,786,415                 1.32%
  Less: Interfund Transfers (2)              (11,859,508)     (8,819,018)    (8,737,018)               -0.93%
GRAND TOTAL ALL FUNDS                        567,854,753     683,838,102    693,049,397                 1.35%


NOTES:
(1) Transfers between Operating Funds
    Gen Fund Transfer to Streets Oper          4,848,018       4,947,465      4,544,990
    Gen Fund Transfer to Emerg Mgmt            1,658,880       2,436,513      2,586,408
    Various Funds to Internal Service Fund    20,723,076      22,224,030     22,409,572
    General Fund Transfer to Federal Fund              0         205,000        205,000
    General Fund Transfer to Transit Cash
       Fund via COTPA                          1,536,862       1,836,547      1,732,846
    Police Sales Tax to General Fund           6,047,345       6,132,554      7,676,341
    Fire Sales Tax to General Fund             7,440,799       7,691,678      9,912,740
    Federal Fund Transfer to General Fund        381,844         917,645        950,095
    Federal Fund Trsf to Police Sales Tax        177,825         170,080        126,497
    Admin Payments to General Fund                     0               0      9,455,021
        TOTAL                                 42,814,649      46,561,512     59,599,510

(2) Transfers from Operating to Non-Operating Funds
    Transfer to the C.I.P.                     5,075,000       3,550,000      3,668,000
    Gen Fund Transfer to Arbitrage               700,000         250,000         50,000
    Gen Fund Transfer to Streets Capital       6,084,508       5,019,018      5,019,018
       TOTAL                                  11,859,508       8,819,018      8,737,018




Page B-30                                                                                The City of Oklahoma City
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                                                       FUND S UMMARIES
                                                            • Airports Enterprise Cash Fund
                                                                  • Arbitrage Reserve Fund
                                                                     • Asset Forfeiture Fund
                                                       • Capital Improvement Projects Fund
                                           • City and Schools Capital Projects Use Tax Fund
                                                   • Court Administration and Training Fund
                                                                        • Debt Service Fund
                                                           • Emergency Management Fund
                                                                         • Federal Funds
           • Fire-Fighting and Fire-Rescue Services, Facilities or Equipment Tax Fund
                                                                        • General Fund
                                                                     • Internal Service Fund
                                               • Metropolitan Area Projects Sales Tax Fund
                                                                  • MAPS Operations Fund
 • Oklahoma City Improvement and Special Services Assessment Districts Fund
                            • Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public School Sales Tax Fund
                                        • Police and Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax Fund
                                          • Police and Fire Capital Equipment Use Tax Fund
                                         • Police Services, Facilities or Equipment Tax Fund
                                                     • Solid Waste Management Cash Fund
                                                                    • Special Purpose Fund
                                                        • Storm Water Drainage Utility Fund
                                                               • Street and Alley Cash Fund
                                                      • Transit and Parking Enterprise Fund
                                                        • Water and Wastewater Cash Fund
                                                                            • Zoo Tax Fund



The City of Oklahoma City                                                                 Page B-31
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Page B-32                          The City of Oklahoma City
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                                Financial Summaries




                                        AIRPORTS ENTERPRISE C ASH FUND
                                                    Actual                 Adopted                Proposed
                                                   2001-2002              2002-2003               2003-2004
REVENUES
  Transfer from Airport Trust                          9,325,390              10,626,517             11,339,947
  Other Revenue                                              387                       0                      0
  Interest Income                                         78,112                  67,622                 64,151
  Fund Balance                                           959,588                       0                      0
TOTAL REVENUES                                        10,363,477              10,694,139             11,404,098

EXPENDITURES - AIRPORTS
  Personal Services                                    4,617,502               5,077,185              5,254,254
  Other Services & Charges                             3,911,631               4,977,601              5,150,491
  Supplies                                               584,836                 599,353                599,353
  Capital Outlay                                         399,747                  40,000                400,000
  Transfers                                                    0                       0                      0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                     9,513,716              10,694,139             11,404,098

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                  959,588                 914,094              1,003,997
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                  (45,494)                 89,903 *                    0 **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                      914,094               1,003,997 *            1,003,997 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Airports Enterprise Cash Fund was established in the fiscal year 1988-1989 budget. State statutes provide
for the establishment of enterprise funds to account for each utility, enterprise or other service other than those
operated as a department of the General Fund, where the costs are financed primarily through user charges or
where a periodic need exists to determine revenues earned, expenses incurred or net income for a service or
program.
Funding for the operation of the Airports Enterprise comes from monthly transfers from the Oklahoma City Airport
Trust. The Trust was created as a Public Trust on April 1, 1956 pursuant to Title 60 of the Oklahoma Statutes,
Section 176, on behalf of the City of Oklahoma City. The purpose of the Trust is to provide a means of financing
and administering the construction of airports and air navigation facilities of the City. The provisions of the trust
agreement provide that the Trust will lease, or otherwise manage, the related property and improvements
financed by the Trust. The Trust will receive all revenues generated from related properties to repay revenue
bonds or other debt instruments incurred by the Trust plus costs and expenses incidental to the management,
operation, maintenance and conservation of the Trust.




The City of Oklahoma City                                                                                     Page B-33
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                                  ARBITRAGE R ESERVE FUND

                                                  Actual              Adopted                 Proposed
                                                 2001-2002           2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
  Fund Balance                                        661,174              600,000                      20,000
  Transfer from General Fund                          700,000              250,000                      50,000
TOTAL REVENUES                                      1,361,174              850,000                      70,000

EXPENDITURES - NON-DEPARTMENTAL
  Other Services and Charges                          734,666              850,000                      70,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                    734,666              850,000                      70,000

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                               661,174              626,508                      23,290
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance               (34,666)            (603,218) *                  (20,000) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                   626,508               23,290 *                     3,290 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Arbitrage Reserve Fund was established in fiscal year 1992-1993 on the advice of legal counsel. This Fund
holds cash and cash equivalents sufficient to meet projected liabilities to the Internal Revenue Service in
accordance with IRS regulations limiting the City's investment earnings on proceeds from bond sales.




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                                        ASSET FORFEITURE FUND

                                                     Actual                  Adopted                Proposed
                                                    2001-2002               2002-2003               2003-2004
REVENUES
  Asset Seizure Revenues                                   80,241                   20,000                 350,000
  Rental Revenues                                          44,301                   50,000                  45,000
  Other Revenue                                         1,979,578                1,015,000               1,115,000
  Interest                                                 98,560                   90,000                 130,000
  Fund Balance                                          1,942,289                1,365,000               2,900,000
TOTAL REVENUES                                          4,144,969                2,540,000               4,540,000

EXPENDITURES - POLICE
  Personal Services                                        81,138                  150,000                 166,000
  Other Services & Charges                                217,601                  695,500               2,041,000
  Supplies                                                333,611                  971,750               1,906,000
  Capital Outlay                                          307,117                  622,750                 122,000
  Transfers                                                     0                  100,000                 305,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                        939,467                2,540,000               4,540,000

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                 1,942,289                3,242,837               3,161,614
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                 1,300,548                  (81,223) *           (2,900,000) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                     3,242,837                3,161,614 *               261,614 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Federal Asset Forfeiture Fund was established in fiscal year 1984-1985 concurrent with passage of Federal
Law allowing the Federal Government to forfeit property obtained through illegal drug activity. It was established
within the Municipal Facilities Authority by City Ordinance allowing the City of Oklahoma City to accept federally
forfeited property. The Asset Forfeiture Fund consists of three sub funds: Federal Asset Forfeiture, State Asset
Forfeiture and Treasury Asset Forfeiture.
In fiscal year 1992-1993, a separate Federal Asset Forfeiture Fund (Fund 022) was established to monitor
revenues and expenditures. By Federal Law, law enforcement agencies that participate in an investigation
involving a violation of federal law, which provides for forfeiture, are entitled to a portion of the forfeited property
obtained as a result of that investigation. The portion to which an agency is entitled is dependent upon the extent
of that agency's participation in the investigation. In compliance with the Comprehensive Crime Control Act of
1984, all funds will be utilized for law enforcement purposes only.
In fiscal year 1995-1996, a separate State Asset Forfeiture Fund (Fund 024) was established to monitor revenues
and expenditures related to state forfeitures. Prior to the establishment of Fund 024, state seizures were
accounted for in the Municipal Facility Authority budget.
In fiscal year 1997-1998, a separate Treasury Asset Forfeiture Fund (Fund 025) was established to monitor
revenues and expenditures related to Treasury forfeitures. Prior to the establishment of Fund 025, Treasury
seizures were accounted for in the Municipal Facility Authority budget.




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                                C APITAL IMPROVEMENT P ROJECTS FUND

                                                                                        2003-2004
                                      Actual         Adopted            04/20/03           New                 Total
                                     2001-2002       2002-2003       Reappropriation   Appropriation         Proposed
REVENUES:
   Other Revenue                         405,293         400,000                   0         200,000              200,000
   OCWUT                                  12,998                 0                 0                0                     0
   COTPA                                         0               0                 0                0                     0
   Federal Reimbursements                277,940                 0                 0                0                     0
   Operating Transfer                   5,075,000       3,550,000                  0        3,668,000            3,668,000
   Investment Income                     469,490         400,000                   0         300,000              300,000
   Police/Fire Equip. Tax                        0               0                 0                0                     0
   Reserve Prior Yr. Enc. (a)                    0      4,151,160          1,361,530                0            1,361,530
   Reappropriations (b)                          0      6,862,994          6,940,782                0            6,940,782
   Fund Balance                         9,232,001                0                 0                0                     0
TOTAL REVENUES                         15,472,722      15,364,154          8,302,312        4,168,000          12,470,312


EXPENDITURES:


CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
   Personal Services                             0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges                1,248             100                   0                0                    0
   Supplies                               21,136           1,963              2,219                 0               2,219
   Capital Outlay                                0       264,614             66,054                 0              66,054
   Transfers                                     0               0                 0                0                    0
  Department Total                        22,384         266,677             68,273                 0              68,273


CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE - PRINT SHOP
   Personal Services                             0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges                      0               0                 0                0                    0
   Supplies                                9,201             379               380                  0                  380
   Capital Outlay                          8,146          77,703             47,702                 0              47,702
   Transfers                                     0               0                 0                0                    0
  Division Total                          17,347          78,082             48,082                 0              48,082


MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR
   Personal Services                             0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges                      0               0                 0                0                    0
   Supplies                                      0               0            2,987                 0               2,987
   Capital Outlay                                0               0                 0                0                    0
  Transfers                                      0               0                 0                0                    0
  Department Total                               0               0            2,987                 0               2,987


COURT ADMINISTRATION
   Personal Services                             0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges                      5               0                 0                0                    0
   Supplies                               19,636             106               106                  0                  106
   Capital Outlay                                0       150,001            150,001                 0             150,001
  Transfers                                      0               0                 0                0                    0
  Department Total                        19,641         150,107            150,107                 0             150,107




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                                                                                           2003-2004
                                         Actual         Adopted            04/20/03           New                 Total
                                        2001-2002       2002-2003       Reappropriation   Appropriation         Proposed
 PERSONNEL
    Personal Services                               0               0                 0                0                   0
    Other Services & Charges                        0               0                 0                0                   0
    Supplies                                        0               0                 0                0                   0
    Capital Outlay                                  0               0                 0                0                   0
    Transfers                                       0               0                 0                0                   0
   Department Total                                 0               0                 0                0                   0


 CITY CLERK
    Personal Services                               0               0                 0                0                   0
    Other Services & Charges                        0               0                 0                0                   0
    Supplies                                        0               0                 0                0                   0
    Capital Outlay                                  0               0                 0                0                   0
    Transfers                                       0               0                 0                0                   0
   Department Total                                 0               0                 0                0                   0


 NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
    Personal Services                         3,750           2,900              2,900                 0               2,900
    Other Services & Charges                124,874          14,198                269                 0                  269
    Supplies                                 86,021          26,863              1,416                 0               1,416
    Capital Outlay                            1,076                 0                 0                0                   0
    Transfers                                       0               0                 0                0                   0
   Department Total                         215,721          43,961              4,585                 0               4,585


 PLANNING
    Personal Services                               0               0                 0                0                   0
    Other Services & Charges                 11,699           4,470                371                 0                  371
    Supplies                                 21,418          16,235                165                 0                  165
    Capital Outlay                           10,150          59,942             33,563                 0              33,563
    Transfers                                       0               0                 0                0                   0
   Department Total                          43,267          80,647             34,099                 0              34,099


 FINANCE
    Personal Services                               0               0                 0                0                   0
    Other Services & Charges                  1,652           1,622                   0                0                   0
    Supplies                                 14,397           2,225                566                 0                  566
    Capital Outlay                                  0        15,954                   0         100,000              100,000
   Transfers                                        0               0                 0                0                   0
   Department Total                          16,049          19,801                566          100,000              100,566


 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
    Personal Services                        15,996                 0           71,581                 0              71,581
    Other Services & Charges                989,551         500,175            109,127                 0             109,127
    Supplies                                164,093         136,335             92,191                 0              92,191
    Capital Outlay                                  0       815,103            380,893          570,000              950,893
   Transfers                                        0               0                 0                0                   0
   Department Total                       1,169,640       1,451,613            653,792          570,000            1,223,792




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                                                                                       2003-2004
                                     Actual         Adopted            04/20/03           New                 Total
                                    2001-2002       2002-2003       Reappropriation   Appropriation         Proposed
PUBLIC WORKS
   Personal Services                            0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges                     0               0          151,573                 0             151,573
   Supplies                               1,400                 0          152,497                 0             152,497
   Capital Outlay                     1,349,655       4,306,363          1,457,905          750,000            2,207,905
   Transfers                                    0               0                 0                0                    0
  Department Total                    1,351,055       4,306,363          1,761,975          750,000            2,511,975


GENERAL SERVICES
   Personal Services                            0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges              65,371          26,272             20,623                 0              20,623
   Supplies                              62,776          38,652             20,277                 0              20,277
   Capital Outlay                       321,439         252,854            155,938          215,000              370,938
   Transfers                                    0               0                 0                0                    0
  Department Total                      449,586         317,778            196,838          215,000              411,838


GENERAL SERVICES - FLEET SERVICES
   Personal Services                            0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges              16,486           5,048              4,104                 0               4,104
   Supplies                               4,160            324                327                  0                  327
   Capital Outlay                     3,260,172       5,076,508          2,325,520        2,125,000            4,450,520
   Transfers                                    0               0                 0                0                    0
  Division Total                      3,280,818       5,081,880          2,329,951        2,125,000            4,454,951


POLICE
   Personal Services                            0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges                     0               0                 0                0                    0
   Supplies                               1,694                 0                 0                0                    0
   Capital Outlay                        46,023         369,603            346,801                 0             346,801
   Transfers                                    0               0                 0                0                    0
  Department Total                       47,717         369,603            346,801                 0             346,801


FIRE
   Personal Services                            0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges              11,144            706                    0                0                    0
   Supplies                               4,061            749                    0                0                    0
   Capital Outlay                       294,549               14                  0                0                    0
  Transfers                                     0               0                 0                0                    0
  Department Total                      309,754           1,469                   0                0                    0


TRANSIT SERVICES
   Personal Services                            0               0                 0                0                    0
   Other Services & Charges                     0               0                 0                0                    0
   Supplies                                     0               0                 0                0                    0
   Capital Outlay                               0               0                 0                0                    0
  Transfers                             261,016         708,610            485,564                 0             485,564
  Department Total                      261,016         708,610            485,564                 0             485,564




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                                                                                           2003-2004
                                         Actual         Adopted            04/20/03           New                Total
                                        2001-2002       2002-2003       Reappropriation   Appropriation       Proposed


PUBLIC EVENTS (Cox Convention Center Projects)
   Personal Services                                0               0                 0                0                   0
   Other Services & Charges                         0               0                 0                0                   0
   Supplies                                  62,452         131,524             13,457                 0            13,457
   Capital Outlay                            32,142         104,829            104,827                 0           104,827
   Transfers                                        0               0                 0                0                   0
  Department Total                           94,594         236,353            118,284                 0           118,284


PARKS AND RECREATION
   Personal Services                                0               0                 0                0                   0
   Other Services & Charges                   3,379                 0                 0                0                   0
   Supplies                                  15,331          40,000               636                  0                 636
   Capital Outlay                            34,994         120,380            154,393          108,000            262,393
   Transfers                                        0               0                 0                0                   0
  Department Total                           53,704         160,380            155,029          108,000            263,029


PARKS AND RECREATION - MYRIAD GARDENS
   Personal Services                                0               0                 0                0                   0
   Other Services & Charges                  30,192          19,428             28,316                 0            28,316
   Supplies                                   6,236          23,502              7,067                 0              7,067
   Capital Outlay                           129,590          88,667             69,836                 0            69,836
   Transfers                                      0               0                  0                 0                 0
  Division Total                            166,018         131,597            105,219                 0           105,219


NON-DEPARTMENTAL
   Personal Services                                0               0                 0                0                   0
   Other Services & Charges                         0               0            3,480                 0              3,480
   Supplies                                         0               0                 0                0                   0
   Capital Outlay                            24,000       1,959,233          1,836,680          300,000           2,136,680
  Transfers                                 300,000                 0                 0                0                   0
  Department Total                          324,000       1,959,233          1,840,160          300,000           2,140,160


TOTAL CAPITAL FUND                        7,842,311      15,364,154          8,302,312        4,168,000         12,467,325


SUMMARY OF FUND BY OBJECT CLASS
   Personal Services                         19,746           2,900             74,481                 0            74,481
   Other Services & Charges               1,255,601         572,019            317,863                 0           317,863
   Supplies                                 494,012         418,857            294,291                 0           294,291
   Capital Outlay                         5,511,936      13,661,768          7,130,113        4,168,000         11,298,113
  Transfers                                 561,016         708,610            485,564                 0           485,564
TOTAL CAPITAL FUND                        7,842,311      15,364,154          8,302,312        4,168,000         12,470,312


NOTES:
(a)   Capital projects are lengthy in nature and difficult to predict completion. For this reason, the budget is
      based on the assumption that the outstanding encumbrances used as of April 20, 2002, will remain to the
      end of the fiscal year. If encumbrances are actually expended by the end of the year, the budget will be
      overstated. Purchases and encumbrances in the budget year are made on a cash basis.
(b)   Reappropriations are monies that have been reserved for a project, but have not been expended.
(c)   Fund Balance is revenue from a previous year which has not been allocated to a project.




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                                                      Actual          Adopted           Proposed
                                                    2001-2002         2002-2003        2003-2004
USE OF FUND BALANCE
  Beginning Fund Balance                                9,232,001        6,636,074         6,968,806
  Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance              (2,595,927)          332,732 *               0 **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                    6,636,074         6,968,806 *       6,968,806 **


* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

In 1975, the State of Oklahoma passed legislation noted in Title 11 § 17-109.11 authorizing cities to create a fund
to account for financial resources to be used for the acquisition or construction of major capital facilities (other
than those financed by proprietary funds and trust funds). The revenue sources of the Capital Improvements
Fund may be the proceeds of the sale of assets, interest income, grants from agencies or other governmental
units and transfers from other funds. The Fund's major financial resources are interest earnings and a transfer
from the General Fund.




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                   CITY AND SCHOOLS C APITAL PROJECTS USE T AX F UND
                                                  Actual                Adopted               Proposed
                                                 2001-2002             2002-2003              2003-2004

REVENUES
 Use Tax                                              858,894              2,877,653              5,304,225
 Interest                                               7,466                      0                 78,516
 Fund Balance                                               0                762,801                      0
TOTAL REVENUES                                        866,360              3,640,454              5,382,741

EXPENDITURES - NON-DEPARTMENTAL
 Personal Services                                           0                     0                         0
 Other Services & Charges                                    0                     0                         0
 Supplies                                                    0                     0                         0
 Capital Outlay                                              0               606,160                         0
 Transfers to OKC Urban Renewal Authority                    0             3,034,294                         0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                           0             3,640,454                         0

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                     0                866,360                582,046
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance               866,360               (284,314) *                   0 **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                   866,360                582,046 *              582,046 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

On November 13, 2001, the voters approved a limited purpose temporary sales tax for public school capital
projects. Based on state statutes, City Council approved an ordinance amending the City’s use tax rate to mirror
the sales tax rate’s effective dates and amount. The tax is ½ cent from January 1, 2002 to March 31, 2003 and 1
cent from April 1, 2003 to December 31, 2008. Funding is included to provide a loan for the Bass Pro Shops
project and a contingency for other potential projects.




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                      COURT ADMINISTRATION AND TRAINING FUND

                                      Actual         Adopted                 Proposed
                                     2001-2002      2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
  Forensic Fee                            423,058        425,000                     449,433
  CLEET Fund - State                      471,731        509,000                     522,842
  Court's Training                          6,708          7,000                       7,000
  Counselor's Training                      6,707          6,800                       6,800
  Court's Administration                   38,998         35,000                      39,248
  Police Training                         171,542        180,372                     222,392
  Victim's Compensation Fee                30,264         30,000                      30,452
  AFIS Fingerprint Fee                    281,765        300,000                     312,000
  Other Revenue                               300              0                           0
  Interest Income                          29,167         14,641                      25,486
  Fund Balance                            366,577        261,306                     214,356
TOTAL REVENUES                          1,826,817      1,769,119                   1,830,009

EXPENDITURES

COURTS
  Personal Services                         2,600          9,715                       9,715
  Other Services & Charges              1,215,911      1,295,400                   1,356,290
  Supplies                                  9,363         24,735                      24,735
  Capital Outlay                                0              0                           0
  Transfers                                     0              0                           0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                        1,227,874      1,329,850                   1,390,740

MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR
  Personal Services                         2,574         22,869                       22,869
  Other Services & Charges                      0              0                            0
  Supplies                                  2,348          1,400                        1,400
  Capital Outlay                                0              0                            0
  Transfers                                     0              0                            0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                            4,922         24,269                       24,269

POLICE
  Personal Services                        70,540        120,000                     100,000
  Other Services & Charges                 30,903         75,800                     147,300
  Supplies                                 43,141         67,700                      67,700
  Capital Outlay                           14,500        151,500                     100,000
  Transfers                                     0              0                           0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                          159,084        415,000                     415,000




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                             COURT ADMINISTRATION AND TRAINING FUND

                                                  Actual              Adopted              Proposed
                                                 2001-2002           2002-2003             2003-2004
ALL DEPARTMENTS
  Personal Services                                    75,714              152,584               132,584
  Other Services & Charges                          1,246,814            1,371,200             1,503,590
  Supplies                                             54,852               93,835                93,835
  Capital Outlay                                       14,500              151,500               100,000
  Transfers                                                 0                    0                     0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  1,391,880            1,769,119             1,830,009

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                               366,577              431,144               467,682
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                64,567               36,538 *            (214,356) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                   431,144              467,682 *             253,326 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Court Administration and Training Fund was created in 1986 to fund law enforcement training through the
use of fines received by the Oklahoma City Municipal Court system. State laws require a $7.00 penalty
assessment ($3.00 for Automated Fingerprint Identification System support and $4.00 for CLEET) to be added to
any fine of $10.00 or more. Oklahoma City, because it has an approved basic law enforcement academy, retains
$2.00 of the penalty assessment and a 2% administration fee for handling the penalty assessment and
collections.




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                                          DEBT S ERVICE FUND

                                                    Actual                  Adopted                   Proposed
                                                   2001-2002               2002-2003                  2003-2004
REVENUES
  Ad Valorem (Property)                               41,353,644               43,102,996                 44,025,619
  Interest Income                                        169,240                        0                  1,325,000
  Other Revenue                                                0                        0                  4,571,113
  Fund Balance                                         3,944,221                        0                    360,508
TOTAL REVENUES                                        45,467,105 (a)           43,102,996                 50,282,240

EXPENDITURES - NON-DEPARTMENTAL
 Other Services & Charges:
  Judgments                                             1,904,419               1,860,000                   1,831,000
  Judgment Interest                                       116,158                 140,000                     114,000
  Fiscal Agency Fees                                            0                       0                           0
 Debt Service:
  Bond Retirement                                     22,270,000               25,765,764                 45,451,635
  Interest on Bonds                                   17,425,299               15,337,232                          0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                    41,715,876 (a)           43,102,996                 47,396,635 (b)

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                 3,944,221               3,751,229                   3,751,229
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                  (192,992)                      0                    (360,508)
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                     3,751,229               3,751,229 (c)               3,390,721 (c)

(a) Actuals are taken from the Statements of Debt Services Fund for FY Ended June 30, 2002.
(b) Revenues are budgeted higher than revenues due to the timing of debt service payments that will occur in
   July 2004. The excess revenue will be used to make that July payment.
(c) Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

Under Section 26, Article 10 of the State Constitution, the City of Oklahoma City is authorized to establish a Debt
Service Fund. The General Obligation Debt Services Fund accounts for all expenditures for principal, interest and
agency fees on all of the City's general obligation debt and judgments. Revenues in the General Obligation Debt
Service Fund include ad valorem taxes and interest on reserves. The only restriction on the Debt Service Fund is
that no appropriation required by law may be reduced below the minimums required to make debt service
payments.
The final debt service budget (statement of required funding) is prepared and submitted to required authorities at
the end of August, after the preceding fiscal year accounting is closed. The adopted budget is an estimate based
on partial year results.




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                                        E MERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND

                                                  Actual             Adopted              Proposed
                                                 2001-2002          2002-2003             2003-2004
REVENUES
  Tariffs                                           2,432,319           2,495,401             2,544,273
  Interest                                             20,648              20,000                15,864
  Other                                                   306                   0                     0
  Fund Balance                                        389,030             133,123               133,123
  General Fund Subsidy                              1,658,880           2,436,513             2,586,408
TOTAL REVENUES                                      4,501,183           5,085,037             5,279,668

EXPENDITURES - POLICE
  Personal Services                                 3,354,195           3,967,715             4,147,059
  Other Services & Charges                            251,441             382,643               397,930
  Supplies                                             26,236              74,679                74,679
  Capital Outlay                                            0                   0                     0
  Transfers                                           660,000             660,000               660,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  4,291,872           5,085,037             5,279,668

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                               389,030             209,342               200,000
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance              (179,688)             (9,342) *           (133,123) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                   209,342             200,000 *              66,877 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Emergency Management Fund (Fund 070) was established in fiscal year 1989-1990 to fund operations for
the E-911 emergency telephone and dispatch system and disaster preparedness and warning programs. The
budget combines a subsidy from the General Fund, projected revenues from a 3% tariff charged to households
and businesses accessing the system through their community phone service, fund balance and interest earned
by the fund.




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                                      FEDERAL F UNDS

                                          Actual         Adopted                  Adopted
                                         2001-2002      2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
  Community Development Block Grant         9,579,100      6,435,000                  6,514,000
  Emergency Shelter Grant                     268,913        221,000                    220,000
  HOME Grant                                3,102,144      2,892,000                  3,284,389
  Office of Workforce Development           5,118,219      5,481,504                  5,300,938
  Local Law Enforcement Block Grant         1,225,021      1,177,525                    725,000
  Supportive Housing                        2,392,536      1,000,000                  2,409,180
  Department of Transportation              1,288,479         89,045                          0
  Other Grants                              4,088,446      2,867,653                  2,128,740
  Grant Award - Remaining Balances                  0     28,977,299                 29,014,546
TOTAL REVENUES                             27,062,859     49,141,026                 49,596,793

EXPENDITURES

CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
  Personal Services                            16,900               0                             0
  Other Services & Charges                          0               0                             0
  Supplies                                          0               0                             0
  Capital Outlay                                    0               0                             0
  Transfers                                         0               0                             0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                               16,900               0                             0

MUNICIPAL COURTS
  Personal Services                            33,639         24,735                      82,599
  Other Services & Charges                     71,286         22,869                      84,716
  Supplies                                    174,469          1,400                     142,431
  Capital Outlay                               70,409              0                           0
  Transfers                                         0              0                           0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                              349,803         49,004                     309,746

PERSONNEL - OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
  Personal Services                     2,297,570          2,505,858                   1,662,743
  Other Services & Charges              2,775,915          2,902,620                   3,596,195
  Supplies                                 97,634             73,026                      42,000
  Capital Outlay                                0                  0                           0
  Transfers                                     0                  0                           0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                        5,171,120          5,481,504                   5,300,938

NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
  Personal Services                           721,699        872,273                     879,365
  Other Services & Charges                    184,591        198,942                     233,311
  Supplies                                     39,025         11,900                      11,900
  Capital Outlay                               63,987              0                           0
  Transfers                                         0              0                           0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                            1,009,302      1,083,115                   1,124,576




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                                  Financial Summaries


                                                    Actual                  Adopted                  Proposed
                                                   2001-2002               2002-2003                 2003-2004
PLANNING
  Personal Services                                    1,052,355               1,615,761                1,311,776
  Other Services & Charges                            15,965,514              35,407,462               31,845,290
  Supplies                                                68,665                  78,600                   45,800
  Capital Outlay                                          20,233               1,357,379                1,321,825
  Transfers                                                    0                       0                        0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                      17,106,767              38,459,202               34,524,691

PUBLIC WORKS
  Personal Services                                       44,548                  35,000                    8,450
  Other Services & Charges                               949,263                       0                1,364,264
  Supplies                                                     0                       0                      818
  Capital Outlay                                       1,921,903                       0                4,366,310
  Transfers                                               21,625                       0                        0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                       2,937,339                  35,000                5,739,842

POLICE
  Personal Services                                       47,301                  16,800                  437,306
  Other Services & Charges                               806,508               1,496,818                1,084,252
  Supplies                                               424,913               1,049,525                  575,442
  Capital Outlay                                         315,854                 970,058                        0
  Transfers                                                    0                       0                        0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                       1,594,576               3,533,201                2,097,000

NON-DEPARTMENTAL (a)
  Personal Services                                             0                      0                        0
  Other Services & Charges                                      0                500,000                  500,000
  Supplies                                                      0                      0                        0
  Capital Outlay                                                0                      0                        0
  Transfers                                                     0                      0                        0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                                0                500,000                  500,000


TOTAL FUND
  Personal Services                                    4,214,012               5,070,427                4,382,239
  Other Services & Charges                            20,753,077              40,528,711               38,708,028
  Supplies                                               804,706               1,214,451                  818,391
  Capital Outlay                                       2,392,386               2,327,437                5,688,135
  Transfers                                               21,625                       0                        0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                    28,185,807 (b)          49,141,026               49,596,793

USE OF FUND BALANCE
Due to the nature of Federal Funds, Fund Balance projections do not provide an adequate picture of
financial health.

(a) For budget purposes, small grants and FEMA reimbursement grants are listed under Non-Departmental.
(b) FY 2001-2002 expenditures exceed revenues due to the timing of grant reimbursements.

The Federal Fund was established in order to provide the City with a means of budgeting and accounting for
non-fiscal grant funds. The majority of the funds are used to operate the Office of Workforce Development and
activities associated with the Community Development Block Grants.




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                      FIREFIGHTING AND F IRE-R ESCUE S ERVICES, F ACILITIES
                                   OR E QUIPMENT T AX FUND

                                                  Actual                 Adopted                  Proposed
                                                 2001-2002              2002-2003                 2003-2004
REVENUES
  Special Sales Tax                                 26,614,233              28,193,031                26,969,816
  Interest                                              92,648                  65,000                    71,145
  Other                                                 93,296                  54,071                     9,900
  Fund Balance (Fiscal Year)                         1,227,459                       0                         0
  Fund Balance (Multi-Year)                                112                       0                         0
  Reserve for Outstanding Encumbrances                       0                       0                         0
TOTAL REVENUES                                      28,027,748              28,312,102                27,050,861

EXPENDITURES - FIRE
  Personal Services                                 18,771,792              18,907,558                16,404,135
  Other Services & Charges                             393,286                 458,028                   410,986
  Supplies                                             638,389               1,254,838                   323,000
  Capital Outlay                                       186,413                       0                         0
  Transfers                                          7,440,799               7,691,678                 9,912,740
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  27,430,679              28,312,102                27,050,861

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                               1,227,571                605,993                    134,237
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                (621,578)              (471,756) *                       0 **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                     605,993                134,237 *                  134,237 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Fire-Fighting and Fire-Rescue Services, Facilities or Equipment Tax Fund was established in FY 1989-1990.
Funding is provided through a dedicated 3/4 cent sales tax approved by City voters for Fire and Police services.
The Fund receives one half of the revenues collected through the special sales tax. Prior to FY 2003-2004, Fire
Fighters pay and benefits were shared between the General Fund and Special Sales Tax Fund based on a
proportionate share ratio. For FY 2003-2004, the methodology will change from the proportionate share ratio
method to a budget by position method. Pay and benefits for 748 Fire Fighter positions will be accounted for in
the General Fund, and 200 positions will be accounted for in the Firefighting and Fire-Rescue Services, Facilities
or Equipment Tax Fund.




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                       Financial Summaries




                                        GENERAL FUND

                                             Actual         Adopted       Proposed
                                            2001-2002      2002-2003      2003-2004

REVENUES
  Taxes                                      162,587,660    171,272,811    165,002,424
  Franchise Fees                              24,746,050     25,463,338     24,880,374
  Licenses & Permits                           6,418,971      6,736,387      9,164,159
  Service Charges                             16,693,256     19,131,688     20,016,152
  Fines                                       12,220,113     12,647,880     18,347,153
  Miscellaneous Revenue                       64,325,594     30,156,942     29,912,958
TOTAL REVENUES                               286,991,644    265,409,046    267,323,220

EXPENDITURES

JUVENILE JUSTICE - MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR
  Personal Services                              156,293        173,817        108,200
  Other Services & Charges                           457            700            700
  Supplies                                         5,593          5,594          5,594
  Capital Outlay                                       0              0              0
  Transfers                                            0              0              0
 Department Total                                162,343        180,111        114,494

JUVENILE JUSTICE - COURT ADMINISTRATION
  Personal Services                              482,645        507,312        443,502
  Other Services & Charges                           150            500         82,478
  Supplies                                         2,899          2,900          2,900
  Capital Outlay                                       0              0              0
  Transfers                                            0              0              0
 Department Total                                485,694        510,712        528,880

MAYOR AND COUNCIL
 Personal Services                               677,487        706,230        667,185
 Other Services & Charges                         48,297         56,896         52,727
 Supplies                                         11,209          8,420          9,420
 Capital Outlay                                        0              0              0
 Transfers                                             0              0              0
 Department Total                                736,993        771,546        729,332

CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
  Personal Services                            1,703,785      1,683,714      1,656,223
  Other Services & Charges                       223,595        206,560        209,805
  Supplies                                        25,040         47,554         27,000
  Capital Outlay                                  52,775              0              0
  Transfers                                            0              0              0
 Department Total                              2,005,195      1,937,828      1,893,028




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                                Actual         Adopted                 Proposed
                               2001-2002      2002-2003                2003-2004

MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE
 Personal Services                4,106,495      3,985,792                   3,834,442
 Other Services & Charges           324,033        306,715                     316,608
 Supplies                           103,388        103,574                      84,974
 Capital Outlay                           0              0                           0
 Transfers                                0              0                           0
 Department Total                 4,533,916      4,396,081                   4,236,024

COURT ADMINISTRATION
 Personal Services                4,201,363      4,111,272                   3,734,043
  Other Services & Charges          558,221        659,386                   1,084,635
 Supplies                           195,211        184,279                     186,479
 Capital Outlay                           0              0                           0
 Transfers                                0              0                           0
 Department Total                 4,954,795      4,954,937                   5,005,157

PERSONNEL
  Personal Services               2,147,635      2,095,081                   1,820,562
  Other Services & Charges          186,415        209,332                     331,758
  Supplies                           29,402         25,446                      19,024
  Capital Outlay                          0              0                           0
  Transfers                               0              0                           0
 Department Total                 2,363,452      2,329,859                   2,171,344

CITY CLERK
  Personal Services                 424,146        375,315                     409,237
  Other Services & Charges          151,503        150,045                     155,828
  Supplies                           17,372         13,549                      13,549
  Capital Outlay                          0              0                           0
  Transfers                               0              0                           0
 Department Total                   593,021        538,909                     578,614

NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
  Personal Services               4,067,155      4,056,565                   3,929,639
  Other Services & Charges          656,561        776,882                     784,769
  Supplies                          307,594        287,921                     269,212
  Capital Outlay                          0              0                           0
  Transfers                               0              0                     100,000
 Department Total                 5,031,310      5,121,368                   5,083,620

PLANNING
  Personal Services               1,818,872      1,856,854                   1,690,743
  Other Services & Charges          148,719        157,683                     295,026
  Supplies                           39,095         31,242                      31,242
  Capital Outlay                          0              0                           0
  Transfers                               0              0                           0
 Department Total                 2,006,686      2,045,779                   2,017,011




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                   Financial Summaries


                                         Actual         Adopted       Proposed
                                        2001-2002      2002-2003      2003-2004

FINANCE
  Personal Services                        4,749,137      4,959,584      4,657,237
  Other Services & Charges                   651,318        764,656        882,992
  Supplies                                   112,228        109,054         87,695
  Capital Outlay                                   0              0              0
  Transfers                                        0              0              0
  Department Total                         5,512,683      5,833,294      5,627,924

CITY AUDITOR'S OFFICE
  Personal Services                          778,758        834,281        765,913
  Other Services & Charges                    31,124         33,381         33,874
  Supplies                                    13,548          9,750          9,750
  Capital Outlay                                   0              0              0
  Transfers                                        0              0              0
 Department Total                            823,430        877,412        809,537

PUBLIC WORKS
  Personal Services                       13,219,085     13,626,962     13,291,587
  Other Services & Charges                 1,541,100      1,432,730      1,376,212
  Supplies                                   597,856        583,266        547,479
  Capital Outlay                                   0              0              0
  Transfers                                4,848,018      4,947,465      4,544,990
 Department Total                         20,206,059     20,590,423     19,760,268

GENERAL SERVICES
 Personal Services                         2,511,843      2,479,919      2,354,868
  Other Services & Charges                   775,964        807,114        768,221
 Supplies                                    357,432        112,777         80,703
 Capital Outlay                                    0              0              0
 Transfers                                         0              0              0
 Department Total                          3,645,239      3,399,810      3,203,792

POLICE
  Personal Services                       63,809,405     64,833,490     68,644,448
  Other Services & Charges                 8,935,316      8,668,935      8,726,914
  Supplies                                   577,962        515,770        489,364
  Capital Outlay                                   0              0              0
  Transfers                                2,260,913      2,927,304      2,972,199
 Department Total                         75,583,596     76,945,499     80,832,925

FIRE
  Personal Services                       57,286,026     59,865,481     61,547,888
  Other Services & Charges                 2,585,226      2,750,843      3,095,540
  Supplies                                   926,646        628,882      1,364,897
  Capital Outlay                                   0              0              0
  Transfers                                        0              0              0
  Department Total                        60,797,898     63,245,206     66,008,325




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                                   Actual         Adopted                 Proposed
                                  2001-2002      2002-2003                2003-2004

TRANSIT
  Personal Services                          0              0                           0
  Other Services & Charges                   0              0                           0
  Supplies                                   0              0                           0
  Capital Outlay                             0              0                           0
  Transfers                          6,950,025      6,421,744                   6,181,903
 Department Total                    6,950,025      6,421,744                   6,181,903

PARKS AND RECREATION
  Personal Services                 11,863,390     11,731,365                 11,101,710
  Other Services & Charges           3,011,129      3,626,457                  3,383,419
  Supplies                           1,229,800      1,684,813                  1,536,042
  Capital Outlay                        18,474              0                          0
  Transfers                            202,732        180,263                    150,263
 Department Total                   16,325,525     17,222,898                 16,171,434

CONVENTION AND VISITORS BUREAU
 Personal Services                           0              0                           0
  Other Services & Charges           2,922,664      2,966,216                   2,727,569
 Supplies                                    0              0                           0
 Capital Outlay                              0              0                           0
 Transfers                                   0              0                           0
 Department Total                    2,922,664      2,966,216                   2,727,569

NON-DEPARTMENTAL
 Personal Services                     198,748      2,676,121                     49,791
  Other Services & Charges          12,659,585     14,519,270                 14,392,089
 Supplies                               61,487         52,500                     52,500
 Capital Outlay                      1,462,560      1,398,672                  1,282,216
  Debt Service                           7,175         10,000                     10,000
 Transfers                          25,507,226     26,462,851                 27,855,443
 Department Total                   39,896,781     45,119,414                 43,642,039

TOTAL GENERAL FUND                 255,537,305    265,409,046                267,323,220

SUMMARY OF FUND BY OBJECT CLASS
  Personal Services                174,202,268    180,559,155                180,707,218
  Other Services & Charges          35,411,377     38,094,301                 38,701,164
  Supplies                           4,613,762      4,407,291                  4,817,824
  Capital Outlay                     1,533,809      1,398,672                  1,282,216
  Debt Service                           7,175         10,000                     10,000
  Transfers                         39,768,914     40,939,627                 41,804,798
FUND TOTAL                         255,537,305    265,409,046                267,323,220




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                        Financial Summaries


                                                  Actual             Adopted             Proposed
                                                 2001-2002          2002-2003            2003-2004
USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                            36,869,124          31,714,462            21,740,228
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance            (5,154,662)         (9,974,234) *         (5,000,000) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                31,714,462          21,740,228 *          16,740,228 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The General Fund is used to account for all funds received and disbursed for general municipal government
purposes including all assets, liabilities, reserves, fund balances, revenues and expenditures that are not
accounted for in any other fund.




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                              INTERNAL SERVICE F UND

                                      Actual         Adopted                 Proposed
                                     2001-2002      2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
  Information Technology                7,124,637      7,552,337                  7,487,054
  Print Shop                              843,905        960,025                    903,865
  Risk Management                       7,653,555      7,860,444                  8,828,641
  Fleet Services                        5,948,726      5,701,124                  4,815,012
  Fund Balance                            638,011        150,100                    375,000
TOTAL REVENUES                         22,208,834     22,224,030                 22,409,572

EXPENDITURES

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
  Personal Services                     5,148,676      5,132,256                   5,097,003
  Other Services & Charges                968,302      1,242,271                   1,237,241
  Supplies                                242,321        155,964                     155,964
  Capital Outlay                                0              0                           0
  Transfers                             1,038,458      1,071,846                   1,071,846
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                        7,397,757      7,602,337                   7,562,054

FINANCE - RISK MANAGEMENT
  Personal Services                       641,933        639,806                     591,870
  Other Services & Charges                273,598        309,856                     341,862
  Supplies                                 27,268         32,000                      32,000
  Capital Outlay                                0              0                           0
  Transfers                             6,735,817      6,878,782                   7,912,909
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                        7,678,616      7,860,444                   8,878,641

CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE - PRINT SHOP
  Personal Services                       215,871        240,939                     203,935
  Other Services & Charges                498,526        622,086                     628,930
  Supplies                                 80,463         82,000                      71,000
  Capital Outlay                                0              0                           0
  Transfers                                     0         15,000                           0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                          794,860        960,025                     903,865

GENERAL SERVICES - FLEET SERVICES
  Personal Services                     2,612,715      2,659,552                   2,314,251
  Other Services & Charges                509,847        787,107                     759,847
  Supplies                              2,367,292      2,354,565                   1,990,914
  Capital Outlay                                0              0                           0
  Transfers                                     0              0                           0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                        5,489,854      5,801,224                   5,065,012




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                            Financial Summaries


                                                  Actual                Adopted               Proposed
                                                 2001-2002             2002-2003              2003-2004
ALL DEPARTMENTS
  Personal Services                                  8,619,195             8,672,553              8,207,059
  Other Services & Charges                           2,250,273             2,961,320              2,967,880
  Supplies                                           2,717,344             2,624,529              2,249,878
  Capital Outlay                                             0                     0                      0
  Transfers                                          7,774,275             7,965,628              8,984,755
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  21,361,087            22,224,030             22,409,572

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                               638,011                929,735              1,857,759
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance               291,724                928,024 *             (375,000) **
ENDING FUND BLANACE                                   929,735              1,857,759 *            1,482,759 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Internal Service Fund was established to finance and account for services and commodities furnished by one
City department to other City departments on a cost reimbursement basis. Since the services and commodities
are supplied exclusively within City departments, they are separate from those services that are rendered to the
public in general, or that are accounted for in other City Funds.
Details of the services provided may be found under the following department headings presented in this budget:
Information Technology, City Manager’s Office - Public Information & Marketing (Print Shop), Finance (Risk
Management), and General Services (Fleet Services).




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              METROPOLITAN A REA PROJECTS (MAPS) S ALES T AX FUND

                                                   Actual                  Adopted                 Proposed
                                                  2001-2002               2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
  Sales Tax                                             149,304                       0                         0
  Interest                                            3,597,785                 455,695                    43,168
  Other                                                 257,354               4,250,000                 1,866,500
  Fund Balance (Fiscal Year)                            394,866                 247,146                         0
  Fund Balance (Multi Year)                          20,634,102               7,969,652                 5,744,450
  Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances                         0              16,176,859                 6,018,642
TOTAL REVENUES                                       25,033,412              29,099,352                13,672,760

EXPENDITURES - CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
  Personal Services                                     227,076                  89,896                    44,634
  Other Services & Charges                              303,164                 157,250                    56,500
  Supplies                                                9,683                       0                         0
  Capital Outlay                                     68,686,359              28,852,206                13,571,626
  Transfers                                           3,068,334                       0                         0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                   72,294,616              29,099,352                13,672,760

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                               21,028,968              7,852,314                  5,754,450
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance              (13,176,654)            (2,097,864) *              (5,744,450) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                    7,852,314              5,754,450 *                   10,000 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

An ordinance amending the "City Sales Tax Code" was adopted by Council on October 13, 1993 and approved by
City voters on December 14, 1993. This ordinance levies an additional limited term excise tax of 1.0% upon
certain gross proceeds or gross receipts (a sales tax) for the term of five years, beginning January 1, 1994 and
ending January 1, 1999. This tax was extended by City voters on December 8, 1998, adding six months to the
life of the tax, which expired June 30, 1999.
The ordinance established a limited purpose tax fund known as the "Oklahoma City Metropolitan Projects Tax
Fund" (MAPS), with the tax expended only for specified main projects and supplemental projects. The main
projects include: (1) improvements to the North Canadian River; (2) a metropolitan learning center; (3) a baseball
park; (4) improvement of the Myriad Convention Center; (5) improvement of the Civic Center Music Hall; (6)
                f
improvement o the Oklahoma City Fairgrounds; (7) an indoor sports/convention facility; (8) all or part of a
transportation system between Interstate 40 and Meridian Avenue and downtown Oklahoma City, if 50% federal
funding is obtained; (9) site acquisition, site preparation, site improvements, infrastructure, parking facilities,
personal property, engineering fees, architectural fees and legal fees related to the main projects; (10) payment of
principal and interest on and the costs of issuance of notes or obligations in support of the main projects; (11)
payment of senior citizens tax refunds and related administrative costs.




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                                        MAPS O PERATIONS F UND

                                                Actual          Adopted       Proposed
                                               2001-2002       2002-2003      2003-2004
REVENUES
 Use Tax                                            (56,066)              0              0
 Interest                                         1,980,181         778,155        642,044
 Arena Scoreboard and Naming Rights                       0         350,300        610,622
 Miscellaneous Revenue                               44,845               0        111,560
 Fund Balance (Fiscal Year)                      21,052,770      13,472,336      9,999,265
 Fund Balance (Multi Year)                          150,000         706,000      1,258,573
 Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances                      0               0              0
TOTAL REVENUES                                   23,171,730      15,306,791     12,622,064

EXPENDITURES

CITY MANAGER
  Personal Services                                        0              0              0
  Other Services & Charges                                 0              0              0
  Supplies                                                 0              0              0
  Capital Outlay                                           0      1,322,000      1,835,573
  Transfers                                                0              0              0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                         0      1,322,000      1,835,573


PUBLIC WORKS
  Personal Services                                       0          87,362         88,349
  Other Services & Charges                                0         453,012              0
  Supplies                                                0           3,700          3,700
  Capital Outlay                                  2,615,000          45,000         45,000
  Transfers                                         850,000               0        300,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                3,465,000         589,074        437,049


PARKS
  Personal Services                                 422,358         566,016        939,078
  Other Services & Charges                          807,894         758,023        638,036
  Supplies                                           83,165         125,982        226,632
  Capital Outlay                                     11,400         175,000        325,000
  Transfers                                          23,393               0              0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                1,348,210       1,625,021      2,128,746

NON-DEPARTMENTAL
  Personal Services                                       0               0              0
  Other Services & Charges                                0               0      7,870,696
  Supplies                                                0               0              0
  Capital Outlay                                          0               0              0
  Transfers                                         700,000         400,000        350,000
  Transfers to OKC Urban Renewal Author.                  0      11,370,696              0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  700,000      11,770,696      8,220,696




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                                                  Actual                 Adopted                  Proposed
                                                 2001-2002              2002-2003                 2003-2004

ALL DEPARTMENTS
  Personal Services                                     422,358                653,378                 1,027,427
  Other Services & Charges                              807,894              1,211,035                 8,508,732
  Supplies                                               83,165                129,682                   230,332
  Capital Outlay                                      2,626,400              1,542,000                 2,205,573
  Transfers                                           1,573,393             11,770,696                   650,000
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                    5,513,210             15,306,791                12,622,064

USE OF FUND BALANCE
  Beginning Fund Balance                            21,202,770              17,671,620                13,975,645
  Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance            (3,531,150)             (3,695,975) *            (11,257,838) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                 17,671,620              13,975,645 *               2,717,807 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The MAPS Operations Fund was originally funded by the MAPS Use Tax, which is separate from the MAPS
Sales Tax. The MAPS Use Tax was enacted by the City Council and was in effect for 5½ years, while the MAPS
Sales Tax was in effect. The tax provided for a levy of 1.0% on the sale of tangible personal property not subject
to sales tax from January 1, 1994 through June 30, 1999.
Funds collected from the additional levy are accounted for separately and are to be used for operating,
maintaining, and replacing capital as needed on any or all of the nine major MAPS projects.
The MAPS Fund budget reflects only the funding for adopted expenditures. Funding is included to provide a loan
for the Bass Pro Shops project.




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                  OKLAHOMA C ITY IMPROVEMENT AND SPECIAL SERVICES
                           ASSESSMENT DISTRICTS FUND
                                                   Actual                 Adopted               Proposed
                                                  2001-2002              2002-2003              2003-2004
REVENUES
  Assessments                                           957,705              1,310,546               1,056,328
  Interest                                               16,221                      0                       0
  Collection Fees                                         6,175                 12,885                  12,885
  Fund Balance                                                0                      0                 254,218
TOTAL REVENUES                                          980,101              1,323,431               1,323,431

EXPENDITURES - NON-DEPARTMENTAL
  Personal Services                                           0                      0                       0
  Other Services & Charges                                6,175                      0                       0
  Supplies                                                    0                      0                       0
  Capital Outlay                                              0                      0                       0
  Transfers                                             691,576              1,323,431               1,323,431
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                      697,751              1,323,431               1,323,431


USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                       0                282,351                 287,980
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                 282,351                  5,629 *                     0 **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                     282,351                287,980 *               287,980 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Oklahoma City Improvement and Special Services Assessment Districts Fund was created in 2001 for the
Downtown Oklahoma City Business Improvement District and Stockyards Business Improvement District. The
districts are benefit assessment districts that improve and convey special benefits to properties located within.
The districts also finance new improvements and services, including street beautification, maintenance and image
enhancement programs above and beyond those currently provided by the City. Assessments are calculated
annually and collected by the City Of Oklahoma City in this fund. The districts provide claims to the City to cover
services as detailed in the respective contracts with the BIDs.

The assessment rates and contract for fiscal year 2003-2004 are not yet finalized. The budget for FY 04 is
identical to the FY 03 budget at this time. When the assessments and contracts are finalized an amendment to
the budget will be presented to Council for consideration.




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                 OKLAHOMA C ITY METROPOLITAN AREA P UBLIC S CHOOL
                                 S ALES T AX F UND
                                                    Actual                Adopted                 Proposed
                                                   2001-2002             2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
 OCMAPS Sales Tax                                     11,608,293            41,406,075                71,919,510
 Interest                                                 12,344                     0                         0
 Revenue Contingency                                           0             1,000,000                         0
 Fund Balance                                                  0               135,000                   400,000
TOTAL REVENUES                                        11,620,637            42,541,075                72,319,510

EXPENDITURES - CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
 Personal Services                                        71,920               634,940                   617,712
 Other Services & Charges                                  2,495               116,373                   226,194
 Supplies                                                 13,522                64,350                    44,600
 Capital Outlay                                                0               115,000                    25,000
 Transfers *                                          10,719,799            41,610,412                71,406,004
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                    10,807,736            42,541,075                72,319,510

* Transfer to the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                        0               818,718                    431,190
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                  818,718              (387,528) *                (400,000) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                      818,718               431,190 *                   31,190 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

On November 13, 2001, the voters approved a limited-term, limited purpose excise tax to be earmarked for
certain public school capital projects. The rate of the tax is one-half percent (1/2%) from January 1, 2002, until
April 1, 2003, when the rate will be one percent (1%). The tax will expire on January 1, 2009.




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                    Financial Summaries




                  POLICE AND FIRE C APITAL E QUIPMENT S ALES T AX FUND

                                         Actual          Adopted       Proposed
                                        2001-2002       2002-2003      2003-2004
REVENUES
  Sales Tax                               35,321,966      19,709,997              0
  Interest                                 1,560,267         298,253      1,764,746
  Other                                        1,710               0              0
  Fund Balance                            14,731,813      19,270,042     52,726,916
  Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances              0       4,252,965      3,603,157
TOTAL REVENUES                            51,615,756      43,531,257     58,094,819

EXPENDITURES

CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
  Personal Services                          221,878         925,000        625,517
  Other Services & Charges                         0               0         15,170
  Supplies                                         0               0            500
  Capital Outlay                           3,926,312      25,679,031     34,630,052
  Transfers                                4,500,000               0      6,291,445
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                         8,648,190      26,604,031     41,562,684

POLICE
  Personal Services                                0               0              0
  Other Services & Charges                         0               0              0
  Supplies                                         0               0              0
  Capital Outlay                           3,601,490       6,261,179      4,822,049
  Transfers                                        0               0              0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                         3,601,490       6,261,179      4,822,049

FIRE
  Personal Services                                0               0              0
  Other Services & Charges                       683               0          2,512
  Supplies                                    70,616           6,027        109,071
  Capital Outlay                           1,776,611       3,660,020      4,598,503
  Transfers                                        0               0              0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                         1,847,910       3,666,047      4,710,086

NON-DEPARTMENTAL
  Personal Services                                 0              0              0
  Other Services & Charges                          0              0              0
  Supplies                                          0              0              0
  Capital Outlay                                    0      7,000,000      7,000,000
  Transfers                                         0              0              0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  0      7,000,000      7,000,000




The City of Oklahoma City                                                          Page B-61
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                                                  Actual              Adopted                 Proposed
                                                 2001-2002           2002-2003                2003-2004

ALL DEPARTMENTS
  Personal Services                                   221,878              925,000                   625,517
  Other Services & Charges                                683                    0                    17,682
  Supplies                                             70,616                6,027                   109,571
  Capital Outlay                                    9,304,413           42,600,230                51,050,604
  Transfers                                         4,500,000                    0                 6,291,445
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                 14,097,590           43,531,257                58,094,819

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                            14,731,813           42,964,578                62,926,218
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance            28,232,765           19,961,640 *             (52,726,916) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                42,964,578           62,926,218 *              10,199,302 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Police and Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax Fund was established in FY 2000-2001. Funding is provided
                                                     ity
through a 32-month ½ cent sales tax approved by C voters on March 14, 2000, for police and fire capital
equipment projects beginning July 1, 2000 and ending February 28, 2003. Among the capital improvements to be
funded are police and fire vehicles, information systems, mobile data systems, a City radio communication
system, City public safety computer-aided dispatch systems, a communications network to support mobile data
systems, improvements in the public emergency warning system and police helicopters.




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                                Financial Summaries




                    POLICE AND FIRE C APITAL E QUIPMENT USE T AX F UND

                                                   Actual                  Adopted               Proposed
                                                  2001-2002               2002-2003              2003-2004
REVENUES
  Use Tax                                              2,661,184              2,007,922                       0
  Interest                                               134,852                      0                  75,331
  Other                                                    2,792                      0                       0
  Fund Balance                                         1,919,388              2,765,010                 856,853
TOTAL REVENUES                                         4,718,216              4,772,932                 932,184

EXPENDITURES - CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
  Personal Services                                     426,886                 535,429                 527,301
  Other Services & Charges                                9,098                  29,600                 302,883
  Supplies                                               14,649                  12,000                  12,000
  Capital Outlay                                              0                       0                       0
  Transfers                                                   0               1,430,893                  90,000
  Transfers to OKC Urban Renewal Authority                    0               2,765,010                       0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                      450,633               4,772,932                 932,184

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                        0              4,267,584               1,788,940
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                4,267,584             (2,478,644) *             (856,853) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                    4,267,584              1,788,940 *               932,087 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expeditures.

The Police and Fire Capital Equipment Use Tax Fund was established in FY 2000-2001 as a companion tax to
the Police and Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax Fund. Funding is provided through a 32-month ½ cent use tax
beginning July 1, 2000 and ending February 28, 2003.
Funds collected from the additional levy are accounted for separately and are to be used for managing the police
and fire capital equipment projects. This provides a reserve for additional costs associated with projects specified
in the sales tax ordinance and provides funding for other related projects. Funding also is included to provide a
loan for the Bass Pro Shops project.




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                 POLICE S ERVICES, F ACILITIES OR E QUIPMENT T AX F UND

                                                   Actual              Adopted                 Proposed
                                                  2001-2002           2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
  Special Sales Tax                                  26,614,233          28,193,031                26,969,816
  Interest                                              369,189             225,000                   309,958
  Other                                                 634,934             752,598                   192,497
  Fund Balance (Fiscal Year)                          4,987,378           1,454,495                 3,045,614
  Fund Balance (Multi-Year)                           1,543,404           1,794,283                 1,380,761
  Reserve for Outstanding Encumbrances                        0              89,183                    71,452
TOTAL REVENUES                                       34,149,138          32,508,590                31,970,098

EXPENDITURES - POLICE
  Personal Services                                  18,548,630          20,635,504                19,921,834
  Other Services & Charges                            1,418,322           3,476,024                 2,325,710
  Supplies                                              529,991             449,875                   660,000
  Capital Outlay                                        145,357           1,880,633                 1,452,213
  Transfers                                           6,420,073           6,066,554                 7,610,341
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                   27,062,373 (a)      32,508,590 (b)            31,970,098 (c)

NOTES:
(a) Amount reflects $145,357 in fund 02X expenditures.
(b) Amount reflects $1,883,466 in reappropriations.
(c) Amount reflects $1,452,213 in reappropriations.

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                  6,530,782        7,086,456                  5,698,953
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                    555,674       (1,387,503) *              (4,426,375) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                      7,086,456        5,698,953 *                1,272,578 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Police Services, Facilities or Equipment Tax Fund was established in FY 1989-1990. Funding is provided
through a dedicated 3/4 cent sales tax approved by City voters in FY 1989. The Fund receives one-half of
revenues collected through the special sales tax. Prior to FY 2003-2004, Police Officers pay and benefits were
shared between the General Fund and Special Sales Tax Fund based on a proportionate share ratio. For FY
2003-2004, the methodology will change from the proportionate share ratio method to a budget by position
method. Pay and benefits for 810 Police Officer positions will be accounted for in the General Fund, and 219
positions will be accounted for in the Special Sales Tax Fund.




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                         Financial Summaries




                                 SOLID W ASTE MANAGEMENT C ASH FUND

                                                  Actual              Adopted             Proposed
                                                 2001-2002           2002-2003            2003-2004
REVENUES
  Transfer from OCEAT                               7,425,000            7,273,069             7,393,553
  Interest Income                                      23,516               23,735                26,199
  Other                                                 7,817                    0                     0
  Fund Balance                                         82,816                    0                81,508
TOTAL REVENUES                                      7,539,149            7,296,804             7,501,260

EXPENDITURES
  Personal Services                                 4,562,209            5,217,844             5,633,220
  Other Services & Charges                          2,172,226            1,704,340             1,461,172
  Supplies                                            771,903              374,620               406,868
  Capital Outlay                                        8,571                    0                     0
  Transfers                                                 0                    0                     0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  7,514,909            7,296,804             7,501,260

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                82,816              42,872                151,852
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance               (39,944)            108,980 *              (81,508) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                    42,872             151,852 *               70,344 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.


                                                                                   as
The Solid Waste Management Cash Fund, formerly the Sanitation Cash Fund, w established to track the
revenues and expenditures of refuse collection activities. Revenues are first collected by the Oklahoma City
Environmental Assistance Trust (OCEAT), and then transferred monthly to the Solid Waste Management Cash
Fund for operations.
The Solid Waste Management Division was moved from the Public Works Department to the Water Department
as part of the fiscal year 1997-1998 budget. The Division functions as an enterprise responsible for the
supervision, coordination and control of various work activities that contribute to the health, welfare and
beautification of the community through a high level of refuse collection services.




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                               SPECIAL PURPOSE FUND

                                      Actual          Adopted                 Proposed
                                     2001-2002       2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
  Donations                                56,466          45,000                     750,000
  Other Revenue                            63,269       1,112,138                           0
  Investment Income                        97,553          70,000                      80,000
  Fund Balance                          1,173,787       1,049,147                   1,688,705
TOTAL REVENUES                          1,391,075       2,276,285                   2,518,705

EXPENDITURES

CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
  Personal Services                             0               0                              0
  Other Services & Charges                      0          15,151                              0
  Supplies                                 13,751               0                              0
  Capital Outlay                                0               0                              0
  Transfers                                     0               0                              0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                         13,751          15,151                              0

MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE
  Personal Services                              0              0                            0
  Other Services & Charges                       0          7,588                        7,588
  Supplies                                       0              0                            0
  Capital Outlay                                 0              0                            0
  Transfers                                      0              0                            0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                               0          7,588                        7,588

PERSONNEL
  Personal Services                             0              0                             0
  Other Services & Charges                 16,250            600                        28,362
  Supplies                                      0              0                             0
  Capital Outlay                                0              0                             0
  Transfers                                     0              0                             0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                         16,250            600                        28,362

CITY CLERK
  Personal Services                              0             0                              0
  Other Services & Charges                       0           437                            458
  Supplies                                       0             0                              0
  Capital Outlay                                 0             0                              0
  Transfers                                      0             0                              0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                               0           437                            458

NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
  Personal Services                              0               0                      11,364
  Other Services & Charges                       0               0                       2,176
  Supplies                                       0               0                      29,361
  Capital Outlay                                 0               0                           0
  Transfers                                      0               0                           0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                               0               0                      42,901


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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                     Financial Summaries


                                         Actual          Adopted        Proposed
                                        2001-2002       2002-2003       2003-2004

PLANNING
  Personal Services                                0               0                0
  Other Services & Charges                     1,261           3,425            2,464
  Supplies                                     7,936           1,575            2,075
  Capital Outlay                               4,536           4,536                0
  Transfers                                        0               0                0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                            13,733           9,536            4,539

FINANCE - RISK MANAGEMENT
  Personal Services                                 0               0              0
  Other Services & Charges                          0               0        158,200
  Supplies                                          0               0              0
  Capital Outlay                                    0               0              0
  Transfers                                         0               0              0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  0               0        158,200

PUBLIC WORKS
  Personal Services                                0               0                0
  Other Services & Charges                         0               0                0
  Supplies                                         0               0                0
  Capital Outlay                              21,880          10,177            1,092
  Transfers                                        0               0                0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                            21,880          10,177            1,092

POLICE
  Personal Services                                 0         27,850                  0
  Other Services & Charges                          0         40,228                  0
  Supplies                                          0         35,000                  0
  Capital Outlay                                    0         40,000                  0
  Transfers                                         0              0                  0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  0        143,078                  0

FIRE
  Personal Services                            3,966           7,534            9,189
  Other Services & Charges                     1,922           7,130            8,613
  Supplies                                     4,394          18,227           21,927
  Capital Outlay                                 103          45,218           27,633
  Transfers                                        0               0                0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                            10,385          78,109           67,362

PARKS AND RECREATION
  Personal Services                                0          25,000               0
  Other Services & Charges                    14,089          81,847         264,252
  Supplies                                    51,797         574,362       1,109,979
  Capital Outlay                              96,078       1,190,077         832,391
  Transfers                                        0          25,035               0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                           161,964       1,896,321       2,206,622




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NON-DEPARTMENTAL
  Personal Services                                        0               15,000                           0
  Other Services & Charges                                 0               20,288                       1,581
  Supplies                                                 0               35,000                           0
  Capital Outlay                                           0               45,000                           0
  Transfers                                                0                    0                           0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                         0              115,288                       1,581

ALL DEPARTMENTS
  Personal Services                                   3,966                 75,384                    20,553
  Other Services & Charges                           33,522                176,694                   473,694
  Supplies                                           77,879                664,164                 1,163,342
  Capital Outlay                                    122,596              1,335,008                   861,116
  Transfers                                               0                 25,035                         0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  237,963              2,276,285                 2,518,705

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                            1,173,787             1,124,872                 1,688,705
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance              (48,916)              563,833 *              (1,688,705) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                1,124,872             1,688,705 *                       0 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Special Purpose Fund is used for donations to the City of Oklahoma City. The expenditures are made from
specific accounts designated for special purposes. Typical expenditures of the fund are projects relating to
improvements by neighborhood associations, recreation improvements, renovations in parks supported by the
Hathaway Trust, improvements at the Animal Shelter and projects relating to Fire Safety.




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                         Financial Summaries




                                 STORM W ATER DRAINAGE UTILITY FUND

                                                  Actual              Adopted             Proposed
                                                 2001-2002           2002-2003            2003-2004
REVENUES
  Drainage Fee                                      6,437,356            6,627,884            6,839,525
  Interest Income                                     617,075              388,404              483,050
  ODOT Reimbursements                                 189,000              189,000              189,000
  Other Revenue                                        60,696                    0               53,075
  Fund Balance (Fiscal Year)                        9,974,161            7,548,323            7,559,759
  Fund Balance (Multi Year)                           400,428            2,714,404            1,159,878
  Reserve for Outstanding Encumbrances                      0            2,372,592            3,087,450
TOTAL REVENUES                                     17,678,716           19,840,607           19,371,737

EXPENDITURES - PUBLIC WORKS
  Personal Services                                 2,844,247            3,752,946            4,288,509
  Other Services & Charges                          1,550,576            3,516,510            4,338,987
  Supplies                                             98,581              389,623              507,123
  Capital Outlay                                    2,826,301           12,181,528           10,237,118
  Transfers                                            22,386                    0                    0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                  7,342,091 (a)       19,840,607 (b)       19,371,737 (c)

NOTES:
(a) Includes fund 15X expenditures of $0.
(b) Includes $5,086,996 in reappropriations.
(c) Includes $4,247,328 in reappropriations.

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                            10,374,589              452,460             8,102,426
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance            (9,922,128)           7,649,966 *          (8,719,637) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                   452,460            8,102,426 *            (617,211) **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Storm Water Drainage Utility was established by Council on June 13, 1995, to address federal mandates
governing National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) programs and is responsible for planning
and implementing strategies for improving the quality of storm and other runoff waters. The Utility is an
enterprise, with operating revenues generated from a drainage fee that is charged per household. Charges for
commercial entities are based on an estimated impact of runoff. Fees are billed monthly along with water,
wastewater and solid waste fees.




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                               STREET AND ALLEY C ASH FUND

STREET AND ALLEY OPERATING
                                           Actual          Adopted                 Proposed
                                          2001-2002       2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
  Commercial Vehicle Tax                     3,326,027       3,489,604                   3,559,396
  Other                                         (2,558)              0                           0
  Motor Fuel Excise Tax                        999,791         979,502                   1,028,197
  Interest Income                              403,189         300,000                     309,669
  Transfer from the General Fund             4,848,018       4,947,465                   4,544,990
  Fund Balance                               1,398,355         159,691                     147,000
TOTAL REVENUES                              10,972,822       9,876,262                   9,589,252

EXPENDITURES - PUBLIC WORKS
  Personal Services                          6,358,791       6,804,718                   6,604,131
  Other Services & Charges                   1,692,813       1,526,926                   1,652,503
  Supplies                                   1,714,307       1,544,618                   1,332,618
  Capital Outlay                                     0               0                           0
  Transfers                                          0               0                           0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                           9,765,911       9,876,262                   9,589,252

USE OF FUND BALANCE OPERATING
 Beginning Fund Balance                      1,398,355       1,347,098                   1,190,889
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance        (51,257)       (156,209) *                 (147,000) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                          1,347,098       1,190,889 *                 1,043,889 **

STREET AND ALLEY CAPITAL

REVENUES
Transfers from General Fund (Non Dept.)      6,084,508       5,019,018                   5,019,018
Other Revenue                                  233,124               0                           0
Fund Balance                                 4,252,086       3,804,868                   2,230,234
Reserve for Outstanding Encumbrances                 0       3,443,740                   2,742,639
TOTAL REVENUES                              10,569,718      12,267,626                   9,991,891

EXPENDITURES - PUBLIC WORKS
Personal Services                                    0               0                           0
Other Services & Charges                         8,302           1,799                           5
Supplies                                       442,880         491,822                      82,589
Capital Outlay                               7,749,402      11,774,005                   9,909,297
Transfers                                            0               0                           0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                           8,200,584      12,267,626                   9,991,891




Page B-70                                                                          The City of Oklahoma City
Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                                         Financial Summaries


                                                  Actual              Adopted              Proposed
                                                 2001-2002           2002-2003             2003-2004
USE OF FUND BALANCE CAPITAL
 Beginning Fund Balance                             4,252,086             3,640,108             2,230,234
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance              (611,978)           (1,409,874) *         (2,230,234) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                 3,640,108             2,230,234 *                   0 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The taxes, which support the operating budget of the Street and Alley Cash Fund, are levied by the State of
Oklahoma and include the Motor Fuel Excise Tax and the Commercial Vehicle Tax. Oklahoma City receives a
percentage of those revenues from the State, based on population. In addition, the General Fund provides a
subsidy to the Street and Alley Cash Fund. Oklahoma City’s Street and Alley Fund is made up of two sub-funds.
Fund 012 is the annual operating budget for the Street Maintenance Division of the Public Works Department.
Fund 12X is used for street resurfacing and drainage maintenance projects that are generally ongoing projects
that begin in one fiscal year and end in another.




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                       TRANSIT AND P ARKING E NTERPRISE FUND

                                      Actual         Adopted                 Proposed
                                     2001-2002      2002-2003                2003-2004
TRANSIT ENTERPRISE FUND

REVENUES
  Transfer from COTPA Trust             1,536,862      1,836,547                   1,732,846
  Interest                                 12,268         12,893                      11,042
  Fund Balance                            126,199              0                      25,000
TOTAL REVENUES                          1,675,329      1,849,440                   1,768,888

EXPENDITURES
  Personal Services                     1,024,943      1,247,987                   1,094,605
  Other Services & Charges                624,609        601,453                     674,283
  Supplies                                      0              0                           0
  Capital Outlay                                0              0                           0
  Transfers                                     0              0                           0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                      1,649,552      1,849,440                   1,768,888

PARKING ENTERPRISE FUND

REVENUES
Transfer from General Fund                      0              0                           0
Transfer from COTPA Trust                 298,531        336,659                     332,136
Interest                                    2,273          1,294                       2,214
Other                                       1,890              0                           0
Fund Balance                                9,704              0                           0
TOTAL REVENUES                            312,398        337,953                     334,350

EXPENDITURES
Personal Services                         215,386        231,064                     245,409
Other Services & Charges                   94,535        102,889                      84,941
Supplies                                    2,089          4,000                       4,000
Capital Outlay                                  0              0                           0
Transfers                                       0              0                           0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                        312,010        337,953                     334,350




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                                  COMBINED TRANSIT AND PARKING ENTERPRISE FUND

                                                    Actual                 Adopted               Proposed
                                                   2001-2002              2002-2003              2003-2004
REVENUES
Transfer from COTPA Trust                              1,835,393              2,173,206               2,064,982
Transfer from General Fund                                     0                      0                       0
Interest                                                  14,541                 14,187                  13,256
Other                                                      1,890                      0                       0
Fund Balance                                             135,903                      0                  25,000
TOTAL REVENUES                                         1,987,727              2,187,393               2,103,238

EXPENDITURES - TRANSIT SERVICES
Personal Services                                      1,240,329              1,479,051               1,340,014
Other Services & Charges                                 719,144                704,342                 759,224
Supplies                                                   2,089                  4,000                   4,000
Capital Outlay                                                 0                      0                       0
Transfers                                                      0                      0                       0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                     1,961,562              2,187,393               2,103,238

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                                  135,903                 26,165                  55,005
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                 (109,738)                28,840 *               (25,000) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                       26,165                 55,005 *                30,005 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Transit and Parking Enterprise Fund was established by Council action in September 1989. The Fund was
established as a direct result of the reorganization of the Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority
(COTPA), in which administrative functions of the Authority became part of the City organization. The
reorganization also separated Transit and Parking Services into two distinct operations identified separately in the
cash fund. From fiscal year 1993-1994 through fiscal year 1996-1997, the Parking portion of this fund was part of
the General Fund. The Parking Fund was again recognized as a distinct cash fund as part of the fiscal year
1997-1998 budget.
COTPA was created in 1966 as a Public Trust pursuant to Title 60 of the Oklahoma Statutes, Section 176. The
purpose of the Authority is to provide a means of financing municipal public transportation services and functions.
The Trust Indenture provides that the Authority will acquire and operate the transportation service and equipment,
receive all revenue generated from these services, pay the debt service requirements on the revenue bonds
issued by the Authority, pay all operating expenses and finance future improvements. The Authority does not
have the power to levy taxes.




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                          W ATER AND W ASTEWATER C ASH F UND

                                                  Actual              Adopted                 Proposed
                                                 2001-2002           2002-2003                2003-2004
REVENUES
  Interest Income                                     463,664              287,974                   474,000
  Fund Balance                                      2,053,492              550,000                   800,000
  Miscellaneous Revenue                                   397                    0                         0
  Transfer from OCWUT                              47,425,000           55,319,716                56,587,812
TOTAL REVENUES                                     49,942,553           56,157,690                57,861,812

EXPENDITURES

WASTEWATER
  Personal Services                                11,063,161           11,837,675                12,281,526
  Other Services & Charges                          3,694,174            4,714,594                 4,767,514
  Supplies                                          1,533,055            1,673,100                 1,713,275
  Capital Outlay                                       10,038                    0                         0
  Transfers                                                 0                    0                         0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                   16,300,428           18,225,369                18,762,315

WATER
  Personal Services                                14,242,407           16,961,188                18,060,027
  Other Services & Charges                         13,159,802           16,183,387                16,193,758
  Supplies                                          4,999,327            4,787,746                 4,845,712
  Capital Outlay                                       65,303                    0                         0
  Transfers                                                 0                    0                         0
DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                   32,466,839           37,932,321                39,099,497

TOTAL WATER & WASTEWATER
  Personal Services                                25,305,568           28,798,863                30,341,553
  Other Services & Charges                         16,853,976           20,897,981                20,961,272
  Supplies                                          6,532,382            6,460,846                 6,558,987
  Capital Outlay                                       75,341                    0                         0
  Transfers                                                 0                    0                         0
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                 48,767,267           56,157,690                57,861,812

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                             2,053,492            1,537,477                  1,912,581
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance              (516,015)             375,104 *                 (800,000) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                 1,537,477            1,912,581 *                1,112,581 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Water and Wastewater Cash Fund was established in 1988 by the City Council for the purpose of identifying
operating revenues and expenditures of the Water and Wastewater Utilities Department. The funds provide for
the treatment of water and wastewater, management of plant facilities, management of the water and wastewater
distribution systems and the maintenance of accurate billing records for water, sewer, refuse collection and
drainage. Operating revenues are first collected by the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust (OCWUT), and then
on a monthly basis, transferred to the Water and Wastewater Cash Fund for operation of the Water and
Wastewater Department. OCWUT was established in 1960 to finance water and wastewater system projects.




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                                            ZOO T AX FUND

                                                  Actual                Adopted               Proposed
                                                 2001-2002             2002-2003              2003-2004
REVENUES
  Zoo Sales Tax Revenue                              8,871,411             9,397,680              8,989,939
  Interest Income                                      123,165                82,441                104,942
  Fund Balance                                       2,791,409             2,620,313              3,047,115
TOTAL REVENUES                                      11,785,985            12,100,434             12,141,996

EXPENDITURES - ZOO
  Personal Services                                          0                     0                      0
  Other Services & Charges                                   0                     0                      0
  Supplies                                                   0                     0                      0
  Capital Outlay                                             0                     0                      0
  Transfers                                          8,870,048            12,100,434             12,141,996
TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                   8,870,048            12,100,434             12,141,996

USE OF FUND BALANCE
 Beginning Fund Balance                              2,791,409              2,915,937              3,047,115
 Additions/(Reductions) to Fund Balance                124,528                131,178 *           (3,047,115) **
ENDING FUND BALANCE                                  2,915,937              3,047,115 *                    0 **

* Estimated.
** Assumes budgeted revenues and expenditures.

The Oklahoma City Zoological Trust is a public trust of which the City of Oklahoma City is the sole beneficiary.
The Trust operates the Oklahoma City Zoo under a lease and operating agreement with the City.
On July 17, 1990, City voters approved a 1/8 cent sales tax levy for the limited purpose of funding the Oklahoma
City Zoo. The Oklahoma City Zoo Tax Fund was created to collect all revenues pursuant to the Zoo tax levy.
The ordinance provides that Zoo Sales Tax funds will only be used for funding the following: the establishment,
maintenance, replacement and expansion of zoological parks, gardens and entertainment facilities; the
acquisition, maintenance and replacement of real property, personal property and buildings; the operational
expenses, education research and program expenses, conservation program expenses, and all other expenses
deemed necessary or advisable by the Oklahoma City Zoological Trust in connection with the operation of the
Oklahoma City Zoo.




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Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Proposed Budget                                  Capital Program and Budget




                                                      CAPITAL BUDGET
                                        • Summary of Revenues and Expenditures

                                                      • Bonds    and Debt Service
                                                       • Major   Accomplishments




The City of Oklahoma City                                                               Page C-1
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                                 CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BUDGET
                                                         FOR
                                          FISCAL YEAR 2003-2004
The Fiscal Year 2003-2004 Capital Budget is the first year of a new Five Year Capital Improvement Plan which will be
presented to Council for adoption in July of 2003.
The budget continues the expenditure of the 1995 General Obligation Bond Program and implements the third year
of the new 2000 General Obligation Bond Authorization. Improvements to streets, bridges, traffic controls, drainage
and parks will be expanded. The Metropolitan Area Projects (MAPS) are reaching completion but still continue to be
a portion of the capital improvements budget. Water and Wastewater facilities continue to be upgraded and
improved. The Airports Department has a major renovation of the terminal facility and other structures at Will Rogers
Word Airport currently under construction.
The FY 2003-2004 Capital Improvement budget reflects funds for the replacement of Public Safety equipment that is
made possible by the passage of a limited term one half-cent sales tax that expired in FY 03. This allows for an
appropriate replacement schedule for deteriorating equipment and for other Public Safety projects.
The Capital Improvement Fund is supported by a transfer from the General Fund and is used for City-wide
improvements. Funding for new projects in this fund is $4.17 million and includes Citywide fleet replacement for the
general fleet, maintenance and repairs to the City's buildings, computer technology replacement and upgrades, and
other projects.
In Fiscal Year 2003-2004, the General Fund is providing $5.0 million for street resurfacing.


                                          ANNUAL BUDGET (CAPITAL PORTION)
                                        SUMMARY OF REVENUES & EXPENDITURES

                                                  OPERATING FUNDS

                                              General Fund FY 2003-2004


Funding Sources                                                                                   Amount
General Fund                                                                                   1,292,216
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                                1,292,216

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                                  Amount
          1 Capital for EMSA                                                                                   1,282,216
          2 Paying Agent Fees for Debt Service Payments                                                           10,000
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                           1,292,216

                                            Airports Cash Fund FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                                  Amount
Airports Cash Fund                                                                              400,000
              TOTAL FUNDING                                                                     400,000

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                                  Amount
          1 Mobile and Miscellaneous Equipment                                                                   400,000
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                             400,000



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                                Stormwater Drainage Utility Fund FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                      Amount
Stormwater Drainage Utility Fund                                                  6,710,000
  Fund Balance and Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances (4-20-03)                  4,247,328
                 TOTAL FUNDING                                                   10,957,328

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                        Amount
          1 Brock Creek                                                                                741,363
          2 Central Maintenance Facility                                                               661,175
          3 Creek Cleaning Projects                                                                    380,853
          4 Deep Fork Creek Erosion Control                                                             37,639
          5 Detention Pond at NW 122nd , East of Pennsylvania Ave.                                   4,049,293
          6 Detention Pond at SW 51st and Independence Ave.                                          2,534,683
          7 Detention Pond at SW 74th and May Ave.                                                     784,296
          8 Drainage Studies                                                                           306,661
          9 Erosion Control Projects                                                                    32,838
         10 Martin Nature Park                                                                             400
         11 Mobile and Miscellaneous Equipment                                                         210,000
         12 Mowing of City Owned Property                                                               25,000
         13 Salt Storage Building                                                                    1,191,879
         14 UST Remediations                                                                             1,248
            TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                      10,957,328

                                              NON-OPERATING FUNDS

                              Capital Improvements Projects Fund FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                      Amount
Other Revenue                                                                       200,000
Investment Income                                                                   300,000
Operating Transfers (General Fund)                                                3,668,000
                 TOTAL FUNDING                                                    4,168,000

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                         Amount
            MOBILE EQUIPMENT
          1 Citywide Fleet/Equipment Replacement                                                      2,125,000
            Sub-Total Mobile Equipment                                                                2,125,000

                BUILDING/FACILITY IMPROVEMENTS
              2 420 W. Main Hvac Controls                                                               215,000
              3 Citywide Facilities Improvement Projects                                                500,000
                Sub-Total Building/Facility Improvements                                                715,000




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                COMPUTER/TECHNOLOGY EQUIPMENT
              4 One Stop Cash Registers for Treasury                                                    100,000
              5 Development Center Enterprise Software System                                           250,000
              6 Citywide Computer Replacement and IT Improvements                                       570,000
                Sub-Total Computer and Other Equipment                                                  920,000

                  OTHER PROJECTS
              7   Parks Equipment for New South Lakes Park                                               55,000
              8   Centennial Land Run Monument                                                          300,000
              9   Lake Draper N. Point Day Use Area Capital                                              38,000
             10   Capital Equipment Funding for Maintenance of New Trails                                15,000
                  Sub-Total Other Equipment                                                             408,000

                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES NEW PROJECTS                                                     4,168,000




                                 Capital Projects for Reappropriations FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                          Amount
Fund Balance                                                                          6,940,782
Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances (as of 04-20-03)                                  1,361,530
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                       8,302,312

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                          Amount
            CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE
          1 Print Shop Reserve                                                                           48,082
          2 Public Information Office City Hall Studio                                                    6,387
          3 Cox Business Services Convention Center Improvements                                        180,170
            Sub-Total City Manager's Office                                                             234,639

                MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE
              4 Computer Replacement                                                                        2,987
                Sub-Total Municipal Counselor's Office                                                      2,987

                COURT ADMINISTRATION
              5 Facility Repairs/Remodel for Courts Building                                            150,107
                Sub-Total Court Administration Department                                               150,107

                NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
              6 Animal Welfare Facility Improvements                                                          485
              7 Playgrounds at Schools                                                                      4,100
                Sub-Total Neighborhood Services                                                             4,585




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                PLANNING
              8 Neighborhood Programs                                                        34,099
                Sub-Total Planning Department                                                34,099

                FINANCE
              9 Furniture/Office Equipment                                                       566
                Sub-Total Finance Department                                                     566

               INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
            10 Financial System                                                            193,772
            11 Citywide Computer Replacement/Technology Upgrades                           460,020
               Sub-Total Information Technology                                            653,792

                 PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
            12   420 W. Main Repairs/Renovations                                            23,757
            13   Central Maintenance Facility                                              394,980
            14   City Hall Repairs/Renovations                                              77,838
            15   City-wide ADA Renovations                                                 423,381
            16   City-wide Facility Repair/Improvements                                    806,542
            17   Other Various Projects                                                     35,477
                 Sub-Total Public Works Department                                       1,761,975

                 GENERAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
            18   Building Management Emergency Contingency                                 153,210
            19   City-wide Fleet Replacement                                             2,329,951
            20   City-wide Roof Repair/Replacements                                          1,204
            21   Repair/Replace Heaters and Chillers                                         6,958
            22   Replacement of Doors at Fire Stations                                      35,466
                 Sub-Total General Services Department                                   2,526,789

               POLICE DEPARTMENT
            23 Mobile Equipment                                                             74,276
            24 Reserve for Jail Building                                                   272,525
               Sub-Total Police Department                                                 346,801

               TRANSIT SERVICES
            25 Matching for Bus Replacement                                                485,564
               Sub-Total Transit Services                                                  485,564

                 PARKS DEPARTMENT
            26   Civic Center Improvements                                                  69,401
            27   Landscaping around City Hall                                                  628
            28   Myriad Gardens Improvements                                               105,219
            29   Route 66 Park Capital Equipment                                            67,500
            30   Trails and NW 10th St. Capital Equipment                                   17,500
                 Sub-Total Parks Department                                                260,248




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                NON-DEPARTMENTAL
             31 Centennial Land Run Monument                                                          300,000
             32 Reserve/Contingency                                                                 1,439,927
             33 River Park Reserves                                                                   100,233
                Sub-Total Non-Departmental                                                          1,840,160

TOTAL EXPENDITURES, CAPITAL PROJECTS FOR REAPPROPRIATIONS                                          8,302,312
TOTAL EXPENDITURES, FY 2003-2004 NEW CAPITAL PROJECTS                                              4,168,000
TOTAL CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS PROJECTS FUND                                                          12,470,312

                                        Street & Alley Capital Fund FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                       Amount
Transfer from General Fund                                                         5,019,018
  Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances (as of 4-20-03)                              2,742,639
  Fund Balance                                                                     2,230,235
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                    9,991,892

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                       Amount
          1 Micro Resurfacing Program                                                                  82,589
          2 Resurfacing Projects                                                                    9,909,303
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                9,991,892

                                Court Administration and Training Fund FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                        Amount
Fees                                                                                  100,000
           TOTAL FUNDING                                                              100,000

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                       Amount
          1 Renovation of Police Training Center                                                      100,000
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                  100,000

                                         Special Purpose Funds FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                       Amount
Other Revenue                                                                         13,775
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                        13,775

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                        Amount
          1 Thermal Imagers for Fire                                                                    13,775
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                    13,775




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                                       Asset Forfeiture Funds FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                       Amount
Federal Asset Forfeiture Funding                                                      50,000
State Asset Forfeiture Funding                                                        72,000
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                      122,000

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                         Amount
          1 Lab Equipment for Investigative Services                                                     32,000
          2 Remodel at 616 Colcord                                                                       50,000
          3 Unmarked Police Vehicles                                                                     40,000
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                    122,000

                                                   TRUST FUNDS

                             Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust (OCWUT) FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                      Amount
Wastewater Utilities Trust                                                       22,843,000
Water Utilities Trust                                                            36,848,000
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                  59,691,000

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                         Amount
            WATER PROJECTS
          1 Automation Improvements                                                                    288,000
          2 Customer Service Improvements                                                            2,550,000
          3 Draper Plant Expansion                                                                   4,200,000
          4 Edmond Water Line                                                                        2,500,000
          5 Equipment Replacement                                                                      800,000
          6 Overholser Dam Structural Replacement                                                    3,500,000
          7 Plant Line Extension at Morgan Rd. and Britton                                           6,000,000
          8 Relocations for Road Projects                                                              500,000
          9 Replacement of 72" Draper Transmission Main Line                                           300,000
         10 Transmission/Distributions Extensions                                                    3,480,000
         11 Treatment Facility Repairs                                                               7,960,000
         12 Water Main Relocations                                                                     300,000
         13 Water Main Replacements and Repairs Citywide                                             4,400,000
         14 Westward Line Extensions                                                                    70,000
            Sub-Total Water Projects                                                                36,848,000

                  WASTEWATER PROJECTS
              1   Chisholm Creek Plant Expansion                                                      1,000,000
              2   Elimination of Dunjee Plant                                                           300,000
              3   Equipment Replacement                                                                 700,000
              4   Main Relocations Citywide                                                             400,000




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              5   Plant Line Extension at Morgan Rd. and Britton                                        6,000,000
              6   Policy B Interceptors.                                                                  350,000
              7   Relocations for Road Projects                                                         3,000,000
              8   Sanitary Sewer Replacement Citywide                                                   3,400,000
              9   System Improvements Citywide                                                            263,000
             10   Tinker Relief Line                                                                    2,200,000
             11   Treatment Facility Improvements                                                       5,230,000
                  Sub-Total Wastewater Projects                                                        22,843,000

                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                   59,691,000

                      Central Oklahoma Transportation & Parking Authority FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                             Amount
Revenue Bonds                                                                           11,000,000
COTPA Trust                                                                              1,364,214
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                         12,364,214

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                           Amount
          1 Bus Replacement                                                                               225,000
          2 Galleria Parking Addition                                                                  11,000,000
          3 New Downtown Transfer Center                                                                  827,756
          4 Parking Garage Repair Reserves                                                                250,000
          5 Transit Equipment                                                                              61,458
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                   12,364,214

                                               Airport Trust FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                             Amount
Revenue Bonds                                                                           20,750,000
Airport Improvement Grants (State & Federal)                                             3,089,570
Operating Revenue                                                                        6,671,809
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                         30,511,379

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                            Amount
          1 Fuel Farm Expansion at Will Rogers World Airport                                             4,000,000
          2 Hanger 11 HVAC Renovation at Wiley Post Airport                                                257,000
          3 NE Stormwater Dentention Project at Will Rogers World Airport                                  800,000
          4 New Five Story Parking Garage at Will Rogers World Airport                                     750,000
          5 Parking Expansion for Administrative Offices at Will Rogers World Airport                      131,190
          6 Pesticide Storage Facility at Will Rogers World Airport                                        150,000
          7 Rehabilitate/Strengthen T/W A5 at Wiley Post Airport                                            16,189
          8 Renovate ANF-2 at Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center                                          2,400,000
          9 Runway Edge Light Upgrade at Will Rogers World Airport                                         300,000
         10 Staging Area for Taxi's and Vans at Will Rogers World Airport                                  230,000




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            11   Strengthen Runway 17L/35R at Clarence E. Page Airport                                          627,000
            12   Terminal Complex Renovation at Will Rogers World Airport                                    20,000,000
            13   Terminal Drive Landscaping at World Rogers Airport                                             650,000
            14   Upgrades to Hangar 1C Ventilation System at Will Rogers World Airport                          200,000
                 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                          30,511,379

                                           Zoological Trust FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                               Amount
Sales Tax                                                                                  4,280,000
                 TOTAL FUNDING                                                             4,280,000

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                                  Amount
          1 Aquaticus Repairs                                                                                    280,000
          2 Oklahoma Exhibit                                                                                   4,000,000
                 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                            4,280,000

                        Oklahoma City Public Property Authority (OCPPA) FY 2003-2004


Funding Sources                                                                                Amount
Golf Course Systems                                                                           462,500
Oklahoma City Public Property Authority                                                       110,000
                 TOTAL FUNDING                                                                572,500

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                                  Amount
          1 Golf Course Equipment                                                                                296,000
          2 Golf Course Other Projects                                                                           166,500
          3 Southwestern Bell Ballpark Capital Improvements                                                      110,000
                 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                              572,500

                       Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority (MFA) FY 2003-2004


Funding Sources                                                                               Amount
Fund Balance                                                                               1,868,339
                 TOTAL FUNDING                                                             1,868,339

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                                  Amount
          1 Park Improvements Citywide                                                                         1,868,339
                 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                            1,868,339




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                Oklahoma City Riverfront Redevelopment Authority (OCRRA) FY 2003-2004


Funding Sources                                                                      Amount
Fund Balance                                                                        125,000
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                     125,000

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                      Amount
          1 Canal/River Maintenance Building                                                         125,000
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                 125,000



                   Oklahoma City Environmental Assistance Trust (OCEAT) FY 2003-2004


Funding Sources                                                                       Amount
Oklahoma City Environmental Assistance Trust (OCEAT)                               2,053,981
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                    2,053,981

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                      Amount
          1 Mobile Equipment                                                                         310,200
          2 Solid Waste Facility                                                                   1,500,000
          3 Waste Cart Purchases                                                                     243,781
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                               2,053,981

                                        Special Tax Funds FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                      Amount
Fire Special Tax                                                                     82,494
  Fire Fund Balance/Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances                                   0
Police Special Tax                                                                        0
  Police Fund Balance/Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances                         1,452,213
MAPS/Investment and Other Revenue                                                 1,808,534
   MAPS Fund Balance /Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances                        11,763,092
MAPS Operations Fund                                                                947,000
    MAPS Operations Fund Balance/Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances              1,296,574
OCMAPS Fund                                                                      81,641,392
Police/Fire Equipment Tax                                                         1,764,746
    Police/Fire Equipment Tax Fund Balance/Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances   56,330,073
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                  157,086,118




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Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                       Amount

                FIRE PROJECTS
              1 Replacement of Rescue Tools                                                             82,494
                Sub-Total Fire                                                                          82,494

                  POLICE PROJECTS
              1   Jail Building Renovation                                                            531,250
              2   Renovations to Headquarters Building                                                263,852
              3   Renovation of Property Room (701 W. Main)                                           296,000
              4   Equine/Canine                                                                        66,062
              5   Contingency                                                                         295,049
                  Sub-Total Police                                                                  1,452,213

                  MAPS PROJECTS
              1   Canal                                                                            3,011,100
              2   Cox Businees Services Convention Center                                          1,200,000
              3   Ford Center                                                                        100,000
              4   Infrastructure/Site/Parking                                                        100,000
              5   Library/Learning Center                                                            762,600
              6   North Canadian River Redevelopment                                                 573,000
              7   Public Art                                                                         467,650
              8   Above Projects in Progress                                                       6,018,642
              9   Reserve for MAPS Program Completion                                              1,338,634
                  Sub-Total MAPS                                                                  13,571,626

                MAPS OPERATIONS FUND
              1 Mobile Equipment for N. Canadian River Dams                                            45,000
              2 New Canal/River Maintenance Building                                                  325,000
              3 Capital Reserve                                                                     1,873,574
                  Sub-Total MAPS Operations Fund                                                    2,243,574

                  OCMAPS FUND
              1   I-89 School Buildings                                                           51,963,134
              2   Suburban School Projects                                                        21,653,258
              3   I-89 School Transportation                                                       2,000,000
              4   I-89 School Technology                                                           6,000,000
              5   OCMAPS Office - Capital for Office Machines and Equipment                           25,000
                  Sub-Total OCMAPS Fund                                                           81,641,392

                  POLICE/FIRE EQUIPMENT TAX FUND
              1   800 Mhz System                                                                  14,791,692
              2   Communication Center                                                             6,384,008
              3   Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD)                                                    5,000,000
              4   Emergency Warning System                                                           461,466
              5   Fire Apparatus                                                                   4,065,690
              6   Fire Management Information System                                               1,112,759
              7   Fire Passenger Vehicles                                                            644,397




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              8   Fire/Police Mobile Data Computers                                                    8,000,000
              9   Police Black and Whites                                                              3,526,216
             10   Police Records Management System                                                     4,812,759
             11   Police Unmarked Vehicles                                                             1,295,832
             12   Wireless Data Upgrade                                                                1,000,000
             13   Contingency/Reserves for Future Projects                                             7,000,000
                  Sub-Total Public Safety Capital Improvements                                       58,094,819

                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                157,086,118

                                           GENERAL OBLIGATION BOND FUNDS

                                        General Obligation Bond Funds FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                          Amount
1989 General Obligation Bond Program                                                  4,164,559
1993 Refunding Program                                                                   68,267
1995 General Obligation Bond Program                                                 38,906,995
2000 General Obligation Bond Program                                                 66,257,090
                  TOTAL FUNDING                                                      109,396,911

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                           Amount
            STREETS PROJECTS
          1 Advanced Design and Engineering                                                              850,000
          2 Broadway Extension, NW 63rd to Memorial Rd.                                                  510,000
          3 Burning Oaks Rd., Westminster to Anderson                                                    300,000
          4 Citywide Resurfacing                                                                       7,675,161
          5 Classen Dr. from NW 10th St. to NW 13th St.                                                  249,898
          6 Council Rd. from NW 50th St. to NW Highway                                                   675,000
          7 County Line Rd., Britton to NW Expressway                                                    180,000
          8 County Line Rd., Wilshire to Britton                                                         260,000
          9 East Hill St. from N. Santa Fe Ave. to N. Lincoln Blvd.                                        4,898
         10 Eastern Ave. from SE15th St. to SE29th St.                                                   332,782
         11 Eastern Ave., SE 59TH St. to I-240                                                         1,144,495
         12 Frontage Rd. from Mariner Dr. to County Line Rd.                                             170,000
         13 Hiwassee, SE 89th St. to SE 149th St.                                                         49,987
         14 Luther Gate on Turner Turnpike                                                               250,000
         15 Macarthur Blvd., Newcastle Rd. to SW 74th St.                                                442,279
         16 Macarthur Blvd., SW 74th St. to SW 104th St.                                                 150,000
         17 Main St., Robinson Ave. to Hudson Ave.                                                       600,000
         18 Mustang Rd. and NW 10th St.                                                                  808,500
         19 Mustang Rd., NW 10th St. to Vandament                                                        808,500
         20 N. 6th St., Harrison, Walnut, Oklahoma @ I-235                                                62,698
         21 N. Council Rd. from NW 150th St. to NW 164th St.                                             260,000
         22 N. County Line Rd. from Hefner Rd. to NW Expy.                                               180,000
         23 N. County Line Rd. from NW 122nd St. to Hefner Rd.                                           260,000




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            24   N. County Line Rd. from NW 122nd St. to Memorial Rd.                                     260,000
            25   N. Ellison Ave. from NW 10th St. to NW 16th St.                                            5,783
            26   N. Gold Medal Dr. from North of NE 83rd St. to N. Kelley Ave.                            260,000
            27   N. Indiana Ave. from NW 10th St. to NW 23rd St.                                           70,783
            28   N. Kentucky Ave. from NW 10th St. to NW 16th St.                                           5,783
            29   N. Laird Ave. and Springlake Dr. from NE 23rd St. to NE 36 St.                           132,400
            30   N. Lindsay Ave. from NE 26th St. to NE 36th St.                                           97,400
            31   N. McKinley Ave. from NW 23rd St. to NW 36th St.                                         264,000
            32   N. Morgan Rd. from NW 108th St. to NW 122nd St.                                          260,000
            33   N. Morgan Rd. from NW 122nd St. to Memorial Rd.                                          260,000
            34   N. Oklahoma Ave. from NE 23rd St. to NE 30th St.                                             800
            35   N. Phillips Ave. from NE 23rd St. to NE 36th St.                                         197,400
            36   N. Robinson Ave. from NW 23rd St. to NW 16th St.                                         150,000
            37   N. Roff Ave. from NW 10th St. to NW 16th St.                                              70,000
            38   N. Stiles Ave. form E. Madison St. to NE 30th St.                                         58,389
            39   N. Tulsa Ave. from S. of SW 8th St. to NW 10th St.                                       150,000
            40   N. Virginia Ave. from NW 10th St. to NW 23rd St.                                         105,783
            41   N. Walnut Ave. from NE 23rd St. to NE 30th St.                                           102,400
            42   N. Blackwelder Ave. from NW 10th St. to NW 23rd St.                                       12,083
            43   NE 23rd St. from Kelley Ave. to I-35                                                   1,500,000
            44   NE 23rd St., Kelley Ave. to Eastern Ave.                                                 120,000
            45   NE 28th St. from N. Santa Fe Ave. to N. Lincoln Blvd.                                    135,000
            46   NE 30th St. from N. Santa Fe Ave. to N Phillips Ave.                                     134,363
            47   NE 32nd St. from N. Lincoln Blvd. to N. Kelley Ave.                                       70,000
            48   NE 34th St. form N. Santa Fe Ave. to N. Lincoln Blvd.                                     99,700
            49   NE 35th St. from N. Lincoln Blvd. to N. Kelley Ave.                                       67,400
            50   NE 4th St., Wanut Ave. to Kelley Ave.                                                     90,000
            51   NE 8th St. from Lincoln Blvd. to Kelley Ave.                                             150,000
            52   Newcastle Rd., Meridian Ave. to County Line Rd.                                           99,860
            53   NW 10th St. from Classen Blvd. to Broadway Ave.                                        1,990,534
            54   NW 10th St. from Morgan Rd. to Sara Rd.                                                2,555,942
            55   NW 10th St. from Mustang Rd. to Cemetery Rd.                                              10,078
            56   NW 12th St. from Pennsylvania Ave. to Blackwelder Ave.                                   110,783
            57   NW 13th St. from N. Pennsylvania Ave. to N. McKinley Ave.                                  5,783
            58   NW 14th St. from N. Pennsylvania Ave. to N. Classen Blvd.                                  5,783
            59   NW 150th St., Pennsylvania Ave. to Western Ave.                                           73,307
            60   NW 15th St. from N. Pennsylvania Ave. to Blackwelder Ave.                                  5,783
            61   NW 164th St. from Edmond City Limits to Western Ave.                                   1,457,507
            62   NW 16th St. from Classen Blvd. to Pennsylvania Ave.                                    2,741,981
            63   NW 16th St from N. Western Ave. to N Penn Ave.                                           270,000
            64   NW 16th St. from Portland Ave. to Meridian Ave.                                          270,000
            65   NW 19th St. from N. Gatewood Ave. to N. Western Ave.                                      92,783
            66   NW 19th St. from Portland Ave. to NW 23rd St.                                            380,000
            67   NW 22nd St. from N. Gatewood Ave. to N. Western Ave.                                     279,783
            68   NW 27th St. from Pennsylvania Ave. to N. Western Ave.                                    171,310
            69   NW 28th St. from N. Florida Ave. to N. Western Ave.                                      120,000
            70   NW 28th St. from N. Pennsylvania Ave. to N. Florida Ave.                                  85,000




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            71    NW 29th St. from Pennsylvania Ave. to N. Western Ave.                     135,000
            72    NW 31st St. from Virginia Ave. to Western Ave.                            194,230
            73    NW 33rd St. from N. Kentucky Ave. to N. Western Ave.                      160,000
            74    NW 36th St., Classen Blvd. to May Ave.                                    150,000
            75    NW 36th St., May Ave. to Portland Ave.                                    850,326
            76    NW 50th St. and Independence Ave.                                          20,000
            77    Paisley Rd. from Morgan Rd. to Sara Rd.                                   280,000
            78    Rambling Rd. from NW 82nd St. to Britton Rd.                              175,000
            79    Reno Ave., Czech Hall Rd. to Mustang Rd.                                   57,785
            80    Reno Ave., Sara Rd. to Mustang Rd.                                        107,642
            81    Rockwell Ave. and Interstate 40                                           500,000
            82    S. Eastern Ave. from SE 44th St. to SE 59th St.                           493,056
            83    S. Independence Ave. from SW 29th St. to SW 21st St.                      260,000
            84    S. Morgan Rd from I-40 to Reno Ave.                                       105,000
            85    S. Villa Ave. from SW 44th St. to SW 36th St.                                 335
            86    S. Linn Ave. from SW 44th St. to SW 36th St.                                2,576
            87    S. Miller Ave. from SW 44th St. to SW 36th St.                              4,409
            88    S. Ross Ave. from SW 4th St. to SW 36th St.                                 4,409
            89    S. Stiles Ave. from SE 50th St. SE 44th St.                                65,000
            90    S. Villa Place from SW 44th St. to SW 36th St.                              4,409
            91    S. I-40 Service Rd. from Portland Ave. to Meridian Ave.                   517,996
            92    S. Youngs Blvd. from SW 44th St. SW 29th St.                                8,818
            93    Sara Rd., Reno to NW 10th St.                                             865,956
            94    SE 119th St., Indian Meridian Ave. to Jeffrey                              50,000
            95    SE 44th St. from Anderson Rd. to Hiwassee Rd.                             260,000
            96    SE 44th St. from Westminster Rd. to Anderson Rd.                          260,000
            97    SE 59th St., Choctaw Rd. to Harrah Rd.                                    350,000
            98    SE 89th St., Westminster to Hiwassee Rd.                                   49,987
            99    Smoking Oaks Rd. From Burning Oaks Rd. to Burning Oaks Rd.                135,000
           100    S. Western Ave. between SW 134th St. and SW 179th St.                     632,347
           101    SW 15th St. from Cemetary Rd. to Czech Hall Rd.                           160,000
           102    SW 15th St. from County Line Rd. to Morgan Rd.                            999,316
           103    SW 15th St. from Interstate 44 to Meridian Ave.                           337,000
           104    SW 15th St., Morgan Rd. to Sara Rd.                                     2,141,357
           105    SW 25th St. from Shields Blvd. to vicinity of Walker Ave.               1,142,060
           106    SW 29th St. from Czech Hall Rd. to Cemetary Rd.                           270,000
           107    SW 29th St. from Mustang Rd. to Czech Hall Rd.                            260,000
           108    SW 29th St., Newcastle Rd. to Meridian Ave.                             2,002,766
           109    SW 31st St. from May Ave. to Brock Dr.                                      9,337
           110    SW 33rd St. from S. May Ave. to Brock Dr.                                  18,604
           111    SW 34th St. from S. May Ave. to Brock Dr.                                 115,000
           112    SW 39th St. from May Ave. to Pennsylvania Ave.                            135,000
           113    SW 41st St. from May Ave. to Pennsylvania Ave.                            135,000
           114    SW 44th St. from Sara Rd. to Morgan Rd..                                  280,000
           115    SW 77th Terrace from SW 77th Place to Douglas Ave.                        180,000
           116    SW 40th St. from May Ave. to Pennsylvania Ave.                            190,000
           117    SW 77th Place from S. Pennsylvania Ave. to S. Douglas Ave.                100,000
           118    W. I-240 Service Rd. from Western Ave. to Pennsylvania Ave.               260,000




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            119   W. Park Place from N. Pennsylvania Ave. to N. Western Ave.                                       140,783
            120   Walker Ave. from Robert S Kerr to NW 13th St.                                                    500,000
            121   Walker Ave., North and South of I-240                                                             23,396
            122   Western Ave. from NW 150th St. to NW 164th St.                                                 1,500,000
            123   Western Ave. from SW 80th St. to SW 97th St., SW 89th St.                                        615,914
            124   Western Ave., NW 23rd St. to Hefner Rd.                                                          120,138
            125   Western Ave., Memorial Rd. to NW 150th St.                                                       650,829
            126   Western Ave., NW 23rd St. to Hefner Rd.                                                           66,784
            127   Westminster Rd., SE 74th St. to SE 89th St.                                                       49,987
                  Sub-Total Streets Projects                                                                    50,882,434

                  BRIDGE PROJECTS
              1   Agnew over North Canadian River                                                                   377,937
              2   Airport Rd, Eastern Ave, Harrah Rd,Council Rd, etc.                                               350,000
              3   Citywide Bridges                                                                                  128,854
              4   Citywide Bridges Advanced A & E                                                                   917,500
              5   Citywide Unlisted Bridges                                                                       1,187,066
              6   Durland Ave between SE 51st St and SE 52nd St                                                     136,275
              7   I-40 at Council,Cimarron,Douglas,Luther,Post,etc.                                                 387,481
              8   Memorial Rd approx. .8 miles E. of MacArthur Blvd                                                 285,030
              9   Meridian over North Canadian River                                                                377,937
             10   NE 164th St., East of Henney Rd.                                                                   23,693
             11   NE 23rd St. approximately .1 mile West of I-35                                                     50,061
             12   NE 36th St. over North Canadian River                                                              29,513
             13   NE 4th St. over North Canadian River                                                               29,513
             14   NE 4th St., 6th St. East of Broadway                                                               85,000
             15   Over I-44 at NW 10th St., NW 12th St., NW 16th St., NW 19th, and others                           468,558
             16   SE 17th St. approximately 1 Block West of Central Ave.                                            500,000
             17   SW 89th St., .8 Mile East of County Line Rd.                                                       94,194
             18   Walker Ave. over North Canadian River                                                              74,880
             19   Walnut Ave., North of Reno Ave.                                                                   670,281
             20   Western Ave. over North Canadian River                                                              4,159
             21   Western Ave., Wilshire to Britton Rd.                                                              81,341
                  Sub-Total Bridge Projects                                                                       6,259,273



                  TRAFFIC PROJECTS
              1   Advanced A & E Citywide                                                                           205,350
              2   Citywide Controllers, Monitors & Detectors                                                        260,000
              3   Citywide Traffic Signal Inventory                                                                 250,000
              4   Citywide Traffic Projects                                                                          68,259
              5   Classen Blvd. and NW 13th St.                                                                     125,000
              6   Douglas Blvd. and SE 59th St.                                                                     447,044
              7   Douglas Blvd. and I-240                                                                           148,500
              8   Downtown Traffic Projects                                                                         354,438
              9   Drexel Blvd. and NW 23rd St.                                                                      238,520
             10   Grand Blvd. and SE 29th St.                                                                        58,000
             11   Kelley Ave at NE 23rd St. and NE 63rd St.                                                          24,841
             12   Martin Luther King Blvd. and NE 69th St.                                                           65,000
             13   May Ave. and NW 10th St.                                                                            4,693




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             14   NE 150th St. and Santa Fe Ave.                                                        50,000
             15   NW 10th St. and NW 50th at Tulsa                                                      21,553
             16   NW 10th St. and Sara Rd.                                                              94,845
             17   NW Expressway, Classen to County Line Rd.                                             65,000
             18   NW Highway and 39th St.                                                               21,569
             19   Pennyslvania Ave. and Waterford Blvd.                                                 90,000
             20   Traffic Control Sign/Signal Equipment City Wide                                      613,063
             21   Villa Ave. at NW 12th St., NW 16th St. and NW 23rd St.                               297,800
             22   Western Ave. and SW 89th St.                                                          65,520
             23   Western Ave. and SW 66th St.                                                          65,000
                  Sub-Total Traffic Control                                                          3,633,995

                  DRAINAGE PROJECTS
              1   11200 Block of North Pennsylvania Ave.                                              946,160
              2   1300 Block of Anita Place Northwest                                                   8,003
              3   3600 Block of Goodger Drive                                                          18,701
              4   6200 Block of South Santa Fe Ave.                                                 3,129,326
              5   Brock Creek                                                                       4,834,148
              6   Citywide Drainage Projects                                                        3,046,591
              7   Golf Course Creek at NW 56th and Pennsylvania                                     1,067,095
              8   Lightning Creek North Canadian River to SE 23rd St.                               1,535,178
              9   May Ave. and Northwest Expressway to NW 53rd & Drexel Ave. (PHASE III)              996,256
             10   NE 52nd St., East of Rhode Island Ave.                                              996,188
             11   NW 24th St. and Kentucky, North to NW 41st St.                                    4,800,000
             12   NW 25th St. and Penial Ave.                                                          58,270
             13   NW 36th St. and Broadway Extension                                                  365,465
             14   NW 52nd St. and Hamilton                                                             34,328
             15   NW 56th St. and Pennsylvania Ave.                                                 1,170,904
             16   NW 63rd St. and Council Rd.                                                         833,928
             17   Oklahoma State Fairgrounds                                                        1,612,123
             18   SE 40th and Shields Blvd.                                                           500,000
             19   SE 66th St. and Byers Ave.                                                          557,457
             20   St. Charles/Smithhurst/NW 91st                                                      424,105
             21   SW 29th St. to SW 36th St. ( Lightning Creek)                                       499,144
             22   SW 53rd St. and Pennsylvania Ave.                                                   650,000
             23   SW 71st St. and Indiana Ave.                                                        851,621
             24   SW 74th St. and May Ave.                                                            155,000
             25   SW 74th St. and Santa Fe Ave.                                                     1,349,990
             26   SW 85th St., East of Walker                                                          22,820
             27   Villa Ave., South to NW 55th Terrace to 53rd and Drexel                           1,092,037
             28   Woodbridge Rd., North of Blue Stem West Rd.                                         714,884
                  Sub-Total Drainage Projects                                                      32,269,722

                  PARKS PROJECTS
              1   Community Center Improvements                                                        695,000
              2   Design Fees                                                                          341,000
              3   Edwards Park Improvements                                                            259,000
              4   Lake Draper Improvements                                                             450,000




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             5   Multi-Purpose Trails                                                              760,000
             6   Myriad Botanical Gardens Improvements                                             250,000
             7   Park Shelter Improvements                                                         390,000
             8   Playground Improvements                                                           650,000
             9   Route 66 Park                                                                     400,000
            10   South Regional Park                                                               600,000
            11   Will Rogers Park Improvements                                                     200,000
                 Sub-Total Parks Projects                                                        4,995,000

                 OTHER PROJECTS
             1   Animal Welfare                                                                 2,144,487
             2   Burn Building                                                                    270,000
             3   Fire Stations Facility Repair                                                    233,000
             4   Library - Bond Expenses                                                           10,000
             5   Library 2 - SW Oklahoma City                                                   1,980,000
             6   Library 5 - Capitol Hill                                                         320,000
             7   New Bricktown Police Station                                                   2,350,000
             8   New Northeast Fire Station                                                     1,597,000
             9   Police Stations Facility Repair                                                  502,000
            10   Replace Santa Fe Station                                                       1,950,000
                 Sub-Total Other Projects                                                      11,356,487

                 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                           109,396,911

                                                   FEDERAL FUNDS

                                              Federal Funds FY 2003-2004

Funding Sources                                                                 Amount
Federal Transit Authority                                                    7,238,802
Intermodel Surface Transportation Efficiency Act (ISTEA)                     2,558,727
Local Law Enforcement Block Grant (LLEBG)                                      226,800
Army Corps of Engineers *                                                   15,000,000
Other Grants                                                                 3,337,118
                 TOTAL FUNDING                                              28,361,447

Projects Funded
Reference # Project Description                                                                    Amount
          1 Bus Replacement                                                                      3,094,240
          2 Urban Trails Network                                                                 2,652,246
          3 NE 23rd St. Corridor Improvements                                                    1,321,825
          4 Fire Thermal Imagers                                                                    15,225
          5 Fire Rescue Tools                                                                      192,486
          6 Transit Equipment                                                                      245,830
          7 New Downtown Bus Transfer Center                                                     3,898,732
          8 Public Works Grants for Hazard Mitigation and DOC EDA Award                          1,714,063




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              9 Crime Scene Investigation Equipment                                                                 226,800
             10 Riverfront Redevelopment                                                                         15,000,000
                  TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                             28,361,447

* Army Corp of Engineers funding does not pass through City funds, but is shown to reflect additional expenditures
  on River Projects.

Total amounts of Federal Grants have not been approved; budget reflects a projection of
anticipated funding.

TOTAL FY 2003-2004 CAPITAL BUDGET **                                                                            441,658,412



** The Capital Budget includes funding for capital purposes that is also included in the operating budgets.
When combining both the capital budget and the operating budget for total City funding, this amount
should be reduced to avoid duplication:                                                                            8,502,216

** For some funds within the Capital Budget, a reserve for prior year encumbrances is included to provide
budget authority in case encumbrances are not expended by year end. For FY 04 this amount is:                   (16,884,870)
Deducting this amount from the total Capital Budget will result in a budget allocation of:               .      424,773,542




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                                  BONDS AND DEBT SERVICE
Major capital improvements such as streets, buildings, other facilities and major equipment are often financed by
bonds. This funding mechanism allows payment for infrastructure improvements to be made over multiple years,
usually over the life of the improvement. Bonds are issued only upon voter approval. Voters must be informed of
the purpose of the bonds and review a list of bond projects to be funded.
Each year, the City repays a portion of the remaining principal on bonds it has issued, along with interest on the
remaining balance. Together these payments are called debt service. The ad valorem (property) tax is the
primary revenue source used for repaying bonds. The Debt Service Fund is totally independent of the City's
operating funds, using a different source of revenue. Because of this independence, debt service costs do not
affect current or future operations. Revenue bonds for water, sewer, airport and parking projects, backed by
future user fees, have been issued by the various trusts established by the City. The City is the legal beneficiary
of such trusts. State law does not place a cap on the amount of debt the City can take on, so the City has no
outstanding debt subject to legal debt limitations.
Bonds issued by the City of Oklahoma City have been general obligation bonds. General obligation bonds are
backed by the full faith and credit of the City, meaning the City must levy ad valorem taxes sufficient to pay each
year's principal and interest payments. By State law, cities may only use ad valorem taxes to support the Debt
Service Fund. In recent years, the Mayor and City Council of Oklahoma City have followed an informal policy of
keeping the property tax rate for debt service below $16.00 per thousand dollars of assessed valuation.
In addition to paying the principal and interest on general obligation bonds issued by the City, the Debt Service
Fund also pays certain legal judgments against the City. The Debt Service Fund budget is subject to different
legal requirements than the remainder of the City's budget. The final fund budget is adopted and filed with the
County Excise Board, which establishes property tax rates once the results from the previous years are finalized.
As a result of differences in budget practice, the information in this section is deemed estimates. Actual
appropriations and expenditures are controlled by the fund budget as filed with the Excise Board.




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               SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED DEBT SERVICE EXPENDITURES BY PURPOSE

                                                    FY 01-02       FY 02-03        FY 03-04           Percent
                                                     Actual        Approved       Estimated           Change


Limited Access Facility (Major Streets & Bridges)   19,153,620     20,153,790     22,233,894              10.32%
Traffic Control (Signals & Intersections)            2,751,414      2,744,563      2,761,397               0.61%
Public Transport ation                                         0              0           0
Sanitary Sewer                                                 0              0           0
Storm Sewer                                         11,624,709     11,656,316     12,614,708               8.22%
Water Works                                                    0              0           0
Airport                                                        0              0           0
Police                                                634,756         630,007        626,314             (0.59%)
Fire                                                  421,247         448,989        579,443              29.06%
Municipal Facilities                                 1,519,567      1,574,168      1,910,206              21.35%
Parks                                                3,589,986      3,895,163      4,725,673              21.32%
Zoo                                                            0              0           0


Total Debt Service (a)                              39,695,299     41,102,996     45,451,635              10.58%


Judgments                                            1,904,419      1,860,000      1,831,000             (1.56%)
Judgment Interest                                     116,158         140,000        114,000            (18.57%)
Fiscal Agent Fees                                              0              0           0


Total Expenditures                                  41,715,876     43,102,996     47,396,635               9.96%


Notes:
(a) Expenditures are the principal and interest payments actually due and may not match actual
    expenditures if all interest payments due are not demanded by bondholders.



                       BREAKDOWN OF DEBT SERVICE BY PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST

                                                    FY 01-02       FY 02-03        FY 03-04          Percent
                                                     Actual        Approved       Estimated          Change
Principal                                           22,270,000     22,270,000     27,600,000             23.93%
Interest                                            17,425,299     18,832,996     17,851,635             (5.21%)


Total Debt Service                                  39,695,299     41,102,996     45,451,635             10.58%


Judgments                                            1,904,419      1,860,000      1,831,000             (1.56%)
Judgment Interest                                     116,158        140,000         114,000           (18.57%)


Total Debt Service Expenditures                     41,715,876     43,102,996     47,396,635               9.96%


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                                          SUMMARY OF REVENUE SOURCES

                                                FY 01-02        FY02-03        FY03-04        Percent
                                                 Actual        Approved       Estimated       Change


Ad Valorem Tax Current                          39,837,795     43,102,996     44,025,619       11.17%
Ad Valorem Tax Prior Years                       1,515,849                0    4,571,113      100.00%
Pool Interest Income                                       0              0    1,325,000      100.00%
Interest Income                                   169,240                 0               0
Carryover at June 30                             3,944,221                0      360,508      100.00%


Total Resources                                 45,467,105     43,102,996     50,282,240       16.66%



                                        2002-2003 M AJOR ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Significant General Obligation Bond projects completed during FY 2002-2003 include:

•    Bridge Project at Britton Rd. West of MacArthur Blvd.
                                                      th
•    Bridge Project at Western Ave. North of NW 178 St.
                                 th
•    Bridge Project at NE 164 St. East of Henney Rd.
•    Bridge Project at Hefner Rd. West of I-35
•    Bridge Project at Agnew Ave. over North Canadian River
•    Bridge Project at Western Ave. South of Britton Rd.
                               rd
•    Bridge Project at NE 23 St. West of I-35
•    Drainage Project OCU Relief System, Phase I
•    Drainage Project OCU Relief System, Phase II
                                                          th         st
•    Drainage Project at Brock Creek, Phase II – NW 36 St. to NW 31 and Virginia
                                                 th        th
•    Drainage Project at Brock Creek, SW 49 to SW 55 St.
                                    th
•    Drainage Project at SW 59 St., West of Walker, Southeast to Santa FE Ave. (Southern Oaks)
                                    th
•    Drainage Project at NW 25 St. and Peniel Ave.
                                    nd                                th
•    Drainage Project at NW 32 St. and Meridian Ave. North to NW 38 St.
                                 th
•    Paving Project at NW 10 St., Classen Blvd. to Pennsylvania Ave.
                                             th             th
•    Paving Project at Eastern Ave., SE 29 St. to SE 44 St.
                                             th             th
•    Paving Project at Eastern Ave., SE 15 St. to SE 29 St.
•    Paving Project at Reno Ave., Sara Rd. to Mustang Rd.
                                          th             th
•    Paving Project at Phillips Ave., NE 8 St. to NE 10 St.
                                 th
•    Paving Project at SW 89 St. and Western Ave.
                                 th
•    Paving Project at SW 89 St. and Pennsylvania Ave.
                                               th              rd
•    Paving Project at Western Ave., NW 36 St. to NW 63 St.
                                                 th              rd
•    Paving Project at Robinson Ave., NW 16 St. to NW 23 St.
                                                   th             th    th
•    Paving Project at Westminster Rd., SE 74 St. to SE 89 St.; SE 89 St., Westminster Rd. to Hiwassee Rd.;
                            th            th
     Hiwassee Rd., SE 89 St. to SE 149 St.



The City retired approximately $22.3 million in G.O. bonded debt and issued $25 million in FY 2002-2003, leaving
the total G.O. Bond indebtedness at the end of FY 2002-2003 at $347.5 million. T           hat total averages to
approximately $667 per capita compared to approximately $665 per capita at the end of FY 2002.




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                                                            GENERAL
                                                 GOVERNMENT
                                                  • City Auditor’s Office

                                                   • City Clerk’s Office
                                                • City Manager’s Office

                                                 • Finance Department

                                                    • General Services

                                              • Information Technology

                                                  • Mayor and Council

                                         • Municipal Counselor’s Office

                                        • Non-Departmental Allocations
                                                                   • Personnel




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                                        CITY AUDITOR’S OFFICE
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To contribute to improving The City of Oklahoma City by performing audits and assessments
of City operations and providing information to the Mayor and Council and City management
for use in their decision making processes.




                                               City Council


                                               City Auditor


                                                Auditing




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                                            CITY AUDITOR’S OFFICE
                                             SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                    FY 01-02             FY 02-03            FY 03-04              Percent
                                                     Actual              Adopted             Proposed              Change
                                                                         Budget               Budget

Office of the City Auditor                              823,430              877,412             809,537               -7.74%

Department Total                                        823,430              877,412             809,537               -7.74%


                                              SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                    FY 01-02             FY 02-03            FY 03-04              Percent
                                                     Actual              Adopted             Proposed              Change
                                                                         Budget               Budget

Office of the City Auditor                                    11                   11                   11              0.00%

Department Total*                                             11                   11                   11              0.00%

*Two positions will be held vacant during the fiscal year effectively reducing the total number of positions.



                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                   FY 01-02             FY 02-03            FY 03-04              Percent
                                                    Actual              Adopted             Proposed              Change
                                                                         Budget              Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                                      778,758              834,281             765,913              -8.19%
Other Services & Charges                                31,124               33,381              33,874               1.48%
Supplies                                                13,548                9,750               9,750               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                               0                    0                   0                  N/A
Transfers                                                    0                    0                   0                  N/A

Department Total                                       823,430              877,412             809,537              -7.74%


                                       SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                                           Amount          Positions
1.      Maintained hiring freeze for two positions for duration of FY 04.                               (77,880)             0
2.      Reduced part -time funding.                                                                     (22,300)             0




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                                        OFFICE OF THE CITY AUDITOR

SUMMARY OF DEPARTMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The City Auditor's Office is responsible for performing audits and related services to determine whether
management has established and complied with procedures and practices to ensure that: (1) City operations are
being conducted efficiently and effectively, in a manner consistent with the intended objectives of the governing
body and in compliance with applicable laws and regulations; (2) resources, including funds, contractual rights,
property, and personnel, are adequately safeguarded; and (3) financial and management records and reports
disclose fairly, accurately and completely all information that is required by law, that is necessary to assess the
City's financial position, and that is necessary to understand and evaluate the results of operations.
These duties and responsibilities are carried out by the City Auditor's Office in accordance with government
auditing standards. Audit results are reported to the Mayor and City Council along with any discrepancies,
deficiencies or irregularities, and any recommendations for improvement.
The City Auditor's Office has established policies to provide reasonable assurance of compliance with
government auditing standards. Requirements for the preparation of an audit plan, reporting of progress on a
periodic basis to the Audit Committee and maintenance of a Quality Assurance Program are also included in the
policies.
The City Auditor serves on the Board of Trustees of the Oklahoma City Employee Retirement System.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Initiated or completed audits of the adequacy and effectiveness of financial and operational controls in various
departments and programs throughout the City including: Information Technology, Police – Property Room,
Procurement, Property Tax Revenues, Public Safety Sales Tax, Payroll, Employee Benefits, Court Administration
– Judicial Division, Municipal Counselor’s Office, Economic Development Contracts and Oklahoma City MAPS.
Provided consulting services to management in areas of fraud investigations and prosecution, litigation, contract
provisions and policy and procedure considerations. Participated as members of the City Council’s Good
Government Task Force, Investment Committee, Purchasing Card Committee, Bid Committee, Enterprise
Resource Planning Steering, Software Selection and Implementation Committees and Information Technology
Policy Review Board.
Met or exceeded performance goals or benchmarks relating to personnel time, effectiveness of audit services
provided and professional certification.
Initiated or completed follow-up audits to evaluate managements’ efforts to address recommendations from
previously issued audits of the following: Police – Property Room, Oklahoma City Public Property Authority – Golf
Courses and Planning – Community Development.
Completed combined follow-up reporting procedures to ascertain managements’ representation of progress made
toward addressing recommendations in eighteen previously issued audits of various City and Trust operations.




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2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Prepare the Audit Plan in consultation with the Audit Committee, other members of the City Council and
management.
Conduct office operations in an efficient manner.
Conduct audit operations in an effective manner in compliance with government auditing standards.
Maintain technical competence of professional staff through certification and training.
Communicate effectively with the Audit Committee and other members of the City Council.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                      Actual     Target        Estimated          Target
                                                                     FY 01-02   FY 02-03        FY 02-03         FY 03-04
        Percentage of time spent on direct audit/special
 1.     project assignments to available time. (NALGA
        benchmark: 72%)                                                  74%        75%                75%              75%
        Billing rate per hour for direct audit/special project
 2.     assignments.
        (NALGA benchmark: $73.57)                                      $70.00     $67.00            $67.00          $70.00
        Percentage of audit recommendations accepted by
 3.     management.
        (NALGA benchmark: 95%)                                           99%        95%               100%              95%
        Overall audit effectiveness rating obtained from
 4.     auditee surveys (low=1, high=5) (NALGA benchmark:
                                                                         4.19        4.5               4.48              4.5
        4.36)
        Percentage of audit staff with professional certification
 5.
        (CPA, CIA, CISA) (NALGA benchmark: 73%)                          88%        80%                86%              80%
NALGA – The National Association of Local Government Auditors


                                   BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
CITY AUDITOR’S OFFICE
GENERAL FUND

           POSITION TITLE                        PAY                POSITIONS    POSITIONS
                                                RANGE                FY 02-03     FY 03-04

           CITY AUDITOR                          000                      1                1
           ASST DIRECTOR                         025                      1                1
           AUDIT MANAGER                         705                      2                4
           SYSTEMS AUDITOR                       704                      1                0
           SR AUDITOR                            703                      4                3
           AUDITOR                               702                      1                1
           AUDIT EXECUTIVE SEC                   701                      1                1

           TOTAL POSITIONS                                               11               11




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                                        CITY CLERK’S OFFICE
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide prompt, reliable and cost effective services to all citizens by conducting the
administrative and legal affairs of the City Clerk's Office impartially, performing all duties in a
courteous manner, and practicing the highest standards of ethical conduct to instill public trust
and confidence in matters related to the Oklahoma Public Competitive Bidding Act, the
Oklahoma Open Meeting Act, the Oklahoma Records Management Act and all State, City and
Charter requirements.




                                              City Manager


                                              Office of the
                                               City Clerk




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                                            CITY CLERK’S OFFICE
                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                 FY 01-02       FY 02-03       FY 03-04             Percent
                                                  Actual        Adopted        Proposed             Change
                                                                Budget          Budget

Official Records                                    593,021        538,909        578,614                7.37%
Special Purpose Fund                                      0            437            458                4.81%

Total Department                                    593,021        539,346        579,072                7.37%


                                              SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                 FY 01-02       FY 02-03       FY 03-04            Percent
                                                  Actual        Adopted        Proposed            Change
                                                                 Budget         Budget

Official Records                                            8              8              8            0.00%

Total Department                                            8              8              8            0.00%




                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                  Actual        Adopted        Proposed            Change
                                                                Budget          Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                                  424,146        375,315        409,237               9.04%
Other Services & Charges                           151,503        150,045        155,828               3.85%
Supplies                                            17,372         13,549         13,549               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                           0              0              0                  N/A
Transfers                                                0              0              0                  N/A

Fund Total                                         593,021        538,909        578,614               7.37%

Speical Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                           0           0               0                 N/A
Other Services & Charges                                    0         437             458              4.81%
Supplies                                                    0           0               0                 N/A
Capital Outlay                                              0           0               0                 N/A
Transfers                                                   0           0               0                 N/A

Fund Total                                                  0         437             458              4.81%

Department Total                                   593,021        539,346        579,072               7.37%




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                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                                   Amount          Positions
1.      Deleted one Customer Service Representative II.                                         (34,852)           (1)
2.      Added one Administrative Coordinator I for Records Retention.                             40,216            1


                                             OFFICE OF THE CITY CLERK

SUMMARY OF DEPARTMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The City Clerk performs the function of preserving the City's and various Trust's official papers, records and
documents, and supervising the official publication of ordinances, notices and other matters requiring publication.
The Office of the City Clerk exists in the Division of Public Management, but the City Clerk, when acting as Clerk
of the City Council, is within the Division of Public Affairs as a City official who keeps a journal of the Council
proceedings and with the Mayor, signs and attests all ordinances and resolutions. Responsibilities of the City
Clerk also include receiving lawsuits, protests, appeals, claims, requests for records and bids, distribution of
public improvement plans, maintaining City retirement records and coordinating City elections.
The City Clerk's Office is a service-oriented department unique to City government. It serves as the hub for
activity related to City elections, City Council meetings and public information. A variety of other services are also
provided to the public, City departments and elected officials.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Issued the 2002 Oklahoma City Municipal Code.
Issued a Guide for Preparing an Ordinance and conducted a training session.
Scanned 204,000* pages of documents as of March 31, 2003.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Issue Supplement No. 1 to the 2002 Oklahoma City Municipal Code.
Issue a Department Operations Manual for the City Clerk's Office.
Develop a strategic plan for the City Clerk's Office.
Scan 300,000* pages of documents.
Hold Charter Election.
Conduct agenda procedure training session.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual       Target        Estimated          Target
                                                                  FY 01-02     FY 02-03        FY 02-03         FY 03-04
 1.     Scanned pages.                                            1,344,500      300,000*        279,000*        300,000*
 2.     Reduce number of agenda item corrections.                      N/A**        N/A**            N/A**              10%
       Percentage of easements filed at County Offices
 3.                                                                N/A** N/A**       N/A**       100%
       within five working days.
       Percentage of requests for documents completed
 4.                                                                N/A** N/A**       N/A**       100%
       within three working days.
*During FY 02-03, the method for counting scanned documents changed. Actual FY 01-02 is reported on the
prior method and is not comparable with FY 02-03 or FY 03-04 data.

**These performance measures are new for FY 03-04.




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                                   BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
CITY CLERK’S OFFICE
GENERAL FUND

         POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                             RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

         CITY CLERK                           025            1           1
         ASST CITY CLERK                      517            1           1
         ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I               507            1           2
         EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                506            2           2
         CUSTOMER SERVICE REP II              409            3           2

         TOTAL POSITIONS                                     8           8




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                                        CITY M ANAGER’S OFFICE
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To communicate the City's vision and mission to all employees and provide leadership in the
administration of the City's programs and services. To present the Annual Budget and Capital
Improvement Program to the City Council and provide accurate, timely information and
professional recommendations to aid in the development of City-wide policies. To provide
support and coordination of administrative and legislative activities to implement policies
established by Council.



                                                          Mayor and
                                                          City Council



                                                         City Manager



           City Manager's                 Public Information        MAPS/OCMAPS             Public Safety Capital
                Office                     and Marketing             Administration            Project Office




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                                            CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE
                                              SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                   FY 01-02     FY 02-03      FY 03-04             Percent
                                                    Actual      Adopted       Proposed             Change
                                                                 Budget        Budget

City Manager's Office                               1,205,811     1,110,092     1,143,793             3.04%
Public Information & Marketing                        799,384       827,736       749,235            -9.48%
Print Shop                                            794,860       960,025       903,865            -5.85%
MAPS Administration                                   533,314       247,146       101,134           -59.08%
MAPS Sales Tax Capital                             71,761,302    28,852,206    13,571,626           -52.96%
MAPS Operations Fund Operating                              0     1,322,000     1,835,573            38.85%
OCMAPS Operations Fund                                 87,937       930,663       913,506            -1.84%
OCMAPS Capital                                     10,719,799    41,610,412    71,406,004            71.61%
Public Safety Capital Equip. Project Office           450,633     4,772,932       932,184           -80.47%
Police & Fire Capital Sales Tax                     8,648,190    26,604,031    41,562,684            56.23%
Federal Grants                                         16,900             0             0                N/A
Special Purpose Fund                                   13,751        15,151             0          -100.00%

Department Total                                   95,031,881   107,252,394   133,119,604             24.12%



                                               SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                   FY 01-02      FY 02-03      FY 03-04             Percent
                                                    Actual       Adopted       Proposed             Change
                                                                  Budget        Budget

City Manager's Office                                      10             9               9             0.00%
Public Information & Marketing                            9.5          10.5             9.5            -9.52%
Print Shop                                                5.5           5.5             4.5           -18.18%
MAPS Administration                                       2.5          0.75            0.50           -33.33%
Public Safety Capital Project Office                        3             3               3             0.00%
OCMAPS Project Office                                       4             8             7.5            -6.25%

Department Total                                         34.0         36.75            34.0             -7.48%


                      SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION

                                                   FY 01-02     FY 02-03      FY 03-04             Percent
                                                    Actual      Adopted       Proposed             Change
                                                                 Budget        Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                                   1,703,785     1,683,714     1,656,223             -1.63%
Other Services & Charges                              223,595       206,560       209,805              1.57%
Supplies                                               25,040        47,554        27,000            -43.22%
Capital Outlay                                         52,775             0             0                 N/A
Transfers                                                   0             0             0                 N/A

Fund Total                                          2,005,195     1,937,828     1,893,028             -2.31%

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                                               FY 01-02       FY 02-03         FY 03-04              Percent
                                                Actual        Adopted          Proposed              Change
                                                               Budget           Budget
Print Shop Internal Service Fund
Personal Services                                215,871        240,939            203,935            -15.36%
Other Services & Charges                         498,526        622,086            628,930              1.10%
Supplies                                          80,463         82,000             71,000            -13.41%
Capital Outlay                                         0              0                  0                 N/A
Transfers                                              0         15,000                  0           -100.00%

Fund Total                                       794,860        960,025            903,865              -5.85%

Metropolitan Area Projects Office (Fund 051)
Personal Services                            227,076             89,896              44,634            -50.35%
Other Services & Charges                     303,164            157,250              56,500            -64.07%
Supplies                                       3,074                  0                   0                 N/A
Capital Outlay                                     0                  0                   0                 N/A
Transfers                                          0                  0                   0                 N/A

Fund Total                                       533,314        247,146            101,134             -59.08%

MAPS Sales Tax Capital (Fund MAP)
Personal Services                                       0              0                0                   N/A
Other Services & Charges                                0              0                0                   N/A
Supplies                                            6,609              0                0                   N/A
Capital Outlay                                 68,686,359     28,852,206       13,571,626              -52.96%
Transfers                                       3,068,334              0                0                   N/A

Fund Total                                     71,761,302     28,852,206       13,571,626              -52.96%

MAPS Operations Fund (Fund 052)
Personal Services                                         0            0                 0                  N/A
Other Services & Charges                                  0            0                 0                  N/A
Supplies                                                  0            0                 0                  N/A
Capital Outlay                                            0    1,322,000         1,835,573              38.85%
Transfers                                                 0            0                 0                  N/A

Fund Total                                                0    1,322,000 (a)     1,835,573 (b)          38.85%


(a) Includes $706,000 in reappropriations.
(b) Includes $1,258,573 in reappropriations.




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                                                FY 01-02     FY 02-03         FY 03-04            Percent
                                                 Actual      Adopted          Proposed            Change
                                                              Budget           Budget
OCMAPS - Operating (Fund 116)
Personal Services                                  71,920      634,940          617,712              -2.71%
Other Services & Charges                            2,495      116,373          226,194              94.37%
Supplies                                           13,522       64,350           44,600             -30.69%
Capital Outlay                                          0      115,000           25,000             -78.26%
Transfers                                               0            0                0                  N/A

Fund Total                                         87,937      930,663          913,506              -1.84%


OCMAPS - Capital (Fund SSTX)
Personal Services                                        0            0                0                 N/A
Other Services & Charges                                 0            0                0                 N/A
Supplies                                                 0            0                0                 N/A
Capital Outlay                                           0            0                0                 N/A
Transfers                                       10,719,799   41,610,412       71,406,004             71.61%

Fund Total                                      10,719,799   41,610,412       71,406,004             71.61%

Public Safety Capital Projects Office (Fund 054)
Personal Services                             426,886           535,429         527,301             -1.52%
Other Services & Charges                         9,098           29,600         302,883            923.25%
Supplies                                        14,649           12,000          12,000              0.00%
Capital Outlay                                       0                0               0                 N/A
Transfers                                            0        1,430,893          90,000            -93.71%
Transfers to OKC Urban Renewal Authority             0        2,765,010               0           -100.00%

Fund Total                                        450,633     4,772,932         932,184             -80.47%

Police & Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax Fund (Fund 053)
Personal Services                            221,878         925,000             625,517            -32.38%
Other Services & Charges                           0               0              15,170                 N/A
Supplies                                           0               0                 500                 N/A
Capital Outlay                             3,926,312      25,679,031          34,630,052             34.86%
Transfers                                  4,500,000               0           6,291,445                 N/A

Fund Total                                       8,648,190   26,604,031 (a)   41,562,684 (b)         56.23%

NOTES:
(a) Includes $10,739,491 in reappropriations.
(b) Includes $7,845,971 in reappropriations.




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                                                 FY 01-02          FY 02-03       FY 03-04              Percent
                                                  Actual           Adopted        Proposed              Change
                                                                    Budget         Budget
Federal Grants
Personal Services                                    16,900                   0                0                N/A
Other Services & Charges                                  0                   0                0                N/A
Supplies                                                  0                   0                0                N/A
Capital Outlay                                            0                   0                0                N/A
Transfers                                                 0                   0                0                N/A

Fund Total                                           16,900                   0                0                N/A

Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                         0                 0                  0              N/A
Other Services & Charges                                  0            15,151                  0        -100.00%
Supplies                                             13,751                 0                  0              N/A
Capital Outlay                                            0                 0                  0              N/A
Transfers                                                 0                 0                  0              N/A

Fund Total                                           13,751            15,151                  0        -100.00%

Department Total                                  95,031,881     107,252,394      133,119,604              24.12%



                                        SUMMARY OF MAJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                            Amount             Positions
1.      Eliminated one Audio Visual Production Specialist.                                   (49,329)           (1)

Print Shop                                                                              Amount             Positions
1.      Eliminated one Production Specialist I position operating offset press.              (47,557)           (1)

MAPS                                                                                    Amount             Positions
1.      Decreased allocation of Assistant Municipal Counselor position.                      (28,040)          (.25)
2.      Decreased Public Works Chargeback.                                                 (100,000)             0

OCMAPS                                                                                  Amount             Positions
1.      Eliminated funding for Remodel and Renovation.                                     (160,000)             0
2.      Deleted Marketing Coordinator position.                                              (57,453)           (1)
3.      Increased allocation of Management and Budget Specialist and Assistant
        Municipal Counselor positions in OCMAPS.                                               49,137          0.50

Public Safety Capital Project Office                                                    Amount             Positions
1.      Deleted Funding for Loan to Urban Renewal for Bass Pro Shop Project.             (2,765,010)             0
2.      Deleted Assistant Chief Training Officer Overage position.                           (97,208)            0
3.      Added funding for Oklahoma Tower Lease Agreement.                                      90,000            0
4.      Added funding for Outdoor Siren Warning System Maintenance.                          150,000             0
5.      Added Part-Time Temporary pay for Fire Implementation Coordinator.                     70,000            0



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                                            OFFICE OF THE CITY M ANAGER

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The City Manager's Office is the primary point of contact between the City's departments and the Mayor and City
Council. Its function is to lead, guide and provide coordination to the departments as they implement City policies
and to advise the City Council on policy decisions.
The City Manager serves on a number of City trusts and authorities. The City Manager and his assistants
participate in Council meetings, administrative meetings, community group activities and special task forces in
addition to maintaining contact with members of the City Council and with county, regional, state and federal
authorities.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Provided leadership in the timely completion of MAPS within the available funding. Western and May Avenue
Dams completed; dredging and reforestation continues. Library to be completed by December 2003.
Provided leadership in the timely completion of Public Safety Sales Tax Projects within the available funding.
Emergency Warning System completed. Police and Fire Vehicle Replacement nearing completion. Trunked Radio
System in progress. RFP for Information System developed. Began construction on the Emergency
Communications Center.
Provided leadership and coordination of key economic development efforts. City working in support of a proposed
Tinker Expansion and Maintenance Facility. Proposals received for redeveloping Skirvin Hotel. Bass Pro Shop,
Holiday Inn and Sonic Headquarters under construction on South Canal.
Provided leadership in accomplishing five goals set by the City Council in November 2001 and reported
accomplishment to Council.
Provided comprehensive reports and briefings for the Mayor and City Council on policy issues to assist the
Council in their decision-making responsibilities. Over 15 presentations were made on a wide range of topics
including Project BOB, Proposed Charter Changes, Budget Status, Galleria Parking Garage, WayFinding and
Downtown Christmas.
Reviewed City programs and administrative practices to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of City service
delivery. Studies conducted on method, process and purchase of natural gas for the City, better management of
electric franchise kilowatt hours, and privatization of parts supply for Equipment Services and Water &
Wastewater Utilities.
Coordinated development of Federal and State Legislative Issues and worked with the Federal and State
Delegations, Legislative Liaisons and other cities to gain enactment of the City's legislative program. Federal
funding authorized for Native American Cultural Center. Amendments to Empowerment Zone approved.
Provided effective oversight and administration of the contracts for private management of the Cox Business
Services Center, Ford Center and SBC Bricktown Ballpark and other agreements. Ford Center fulfilled promise of
bringing new events to the City including the NCAA Regional Basketball Tournament, NBA and NHL Preseason
games and a number of major concerts including Paul McCartney and the Eagles.
Completed study of potential conversion of the Cox Business Services Center arena to additional convention and
exhibit space. Completed Cox Business Services Convention Center management and operations. Completed
marketing study of potential arena conversion. Completed study of Cox Business Services Center private
management and operations.
Coordinated the City's role in placement of the Centennial Land Run Sculpture at the South Canal. The first five
sculptures were installed at the Canal site on April 21, 2003. Site improvements to be made in fall 2003. Five to
seven additional sculptures to be installed in July 2004.
Provided effective support to the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust (OCMAPS) and
leadership in the administration of the MAPS for Kids sales tax and related school bond funds. Fifteen projects will
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be in the design phase b July 1, 2003, including the new Douglass High School, remodeling of Star Spencer
High School, remodeling of Eisenhower and conversion to a High School, new Grant High School, new John
Marshall High School, new Martin Luther King Elementary School and extensive remodeling of four elementary
schools - Wheeler, Telstar, Ridgeview and Willow Brook, and two new south-side elementary schools will be in
design by the end of 2003.


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2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Provide effective support to the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust (OCMAPS) and leadership
in the administration of the MAPS for Kids sales tax and related school bond funds.
Provide leadership in the timely completion of Public Safety Sales Tax Projects within the available funding.
Provide leadership and coordination of key economic development efforts.
Provide comprehensive reports and briefings for the Mayor and City Council on policy issues to assist the Council
in their decision-making responsibilities.
Review City programs and administrative practices to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of City service
delivery.
Coordinate development of Federal and State Legislative Issues and work with the Federal and State
Delegations, Legislative Liaisons and other cities to gain enactment of the City's legislative program.
Provide effective oversight and administration of the contracts for private management of the Cox Business
Services Center, Ford Center and SBC Bricktown Ballpark and other agreements.
Provide leadership in developing a scope of work and funding plan for improvements to the Oklahoma City
Fairgrounds and conversion of the Cox Business Services Center arena to additional convention and exhibit
space.
Coordinate the City's role in placement of the Centennial Land Run Sculpture at the South Canal.




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                                        PUBLIC INFORMATION AND M ARKETING

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Public Information and Marketing develops comprehensive communication strategies, tactics and tools to
effectively communicate information about City policies, services and programs to citizens, employees, media and
other targeted audiences.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Provided accurate, timely, day-to-day City information and news through numerous means to media.
Provided marketing and communications servi ces to City departments. Designed and edited new internal and
external print pieces including Employment Process brochure, Reduction In Force Managers Guide and
Frequently Asked Questions brochure, Budget Perspective brochure and Water Quality Report. Redesigned
weekly News to Know employee newsletter and produced three quarterly City View employee magazines.
Redesigned and reorganized the new service based, citizen oriented okc.gov Web site. In addition to a new
logo, site enhancements include: better navigational features, new categorical top tabs (Things to Do, Public
Safety and Special Projects); ADA accessible features, Courts ticket information database inquiry, and a scrolling
public meetings calendar. Organized a Web assistance group of department representatives. Updated the City
Web site policies.
Produced and aired three new programs, “Ride Along”, “The Mayor’s State of the City” and “The Native American
Cultural Center and Museum”. Aired 527 hours of programming per month. Taped and aired remote commission
meetings. Organized a Channel 20 Advisory Committee composed of a Councilman, Assistant City Manager and
five Department Directors. Developed a mission statement and created a new logo. Won Third Place
Programming Award for the FY’03 Budget Presentation Video and Honorable Mention Programming Award for
City News from the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors.
Processed 62,009 Action Center service requests, closed 56,791 service requests, responded to 18,969 requests
for information, 3,444 Web service requests, 1,529 calls to City Line and 872 walk-in customers. Implemented
the new Hansen Technologies Customer Response computer system for recording and tracking service requests.
Developed an Action Center Users Guide and trained City department personnel on using the new system.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Provide marketing and communications support for City programs and services.
Provide accurate, timely, and understandable information in a professional and appealing manner.
Use integrated multimedia to disseminate information.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                              Actual        Target        Estimated              Target
                                                             FY 01-02      FY 02-03        FY 02-03             FY 03-04
 1.     Average number of visitors to Web site per month.        21,000        23,000           50,000                60,000
        Cost per copy (offset and photocopy).                      .04            .05            .05                   .05
 2.
        Number of Impressions.                              12,334,977     10,984,026     10,984,026            10,833,500
        Number of Action Center citizen contacts via,
 3.     telephone, fax, in-person, mail and Internet per
        month.                                                    7,419         7,800             7,300                 7,100
        Produce new programming for Channel 20.                       2             2                 3                     3
 4.
        Average hours of programming aired per month.               420           500               519                   600
        Average number of printed information pieces
 5.     distributed per month to external and internal         160,000        170,000          175,000              180,000
        audiences.                                              12,660         13,000           13,250               11,850



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                              METROPOLITAN AREA PROJECTS DIVISION (MAPS)
                                            PROJECT OFFICE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The MAPS Project Office is responsible for the development and implementation of a management and control
system to address budgeting, flow of funds, account structures, expenditure documentation, oversight of
architecture, engineering, and construction contracts and comprehensive reporting on the Metropolitan Area
Projects.
This Office also provides staff support for the MAPS Citizens Oversight Board. The twenty-one member Board is
composed of two citizens from each ward and five selected at-large. The primary duties of the Board are to
review and recommend to City Council: (1) proposed physical locations for all of the projects, (2) proposed
general design of projects, (3) timing and sequence of the projects and (4) proposed fund expenditures.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Completed May Avenue Dam – North Canadian River Development Project.
Construction progress on the Library/Learning Center Project.
Completed Phase I Canal Improvements.
Completed Convention Center Phase II Structural Repairs.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Completion and opening of the Library/Learning Center Project.
Completion of Phase II Canal Improvements.
Final completion of North Canadian River Development Components.
Convention Center Phase III Structural Repairs.




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              OKLAHOMA CITY METROPOLITAN AREA PUBLIC SCHOOLS (OCMAPS)
                                  PROJECT OFFICE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The OCMAPS Project Office is responsible for the development and implementation of management and control
systems to address budgeting, flow of funds, account structures, expenditure documentation, oversight of
architectural and construction contracts, and comprehensive reporting for the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area
Public Schools Program.
In addition to the sales tax supported I-89 School District construction projects, the Project Office has construction
management responsibilities for I-89’s “MAPS for Kids” General Obligation (G.O.) bond projects. These duties
are specified in a management agreement between the Oklahoma City Public Schools and the OCMAPS Trust.
The Project Office is also responsible for administration of the Suburban Schools Program. Suburban school
district projects receive 30% of the net school sales tax revenue through a grant process managed by the
OCMAPS Project Office.
The Project Office provides staff support for the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools Trust. The
seven member Trust is appointed by the City Council. Three trustees are nominated by the Mayor and three
trustees are nominated by the I-89 Board of Education through the Mayor. The Chairman is jointly nominated by
the Mayor and Chairman of the Board of Education. The primary duties of the Trust include: (1) purchase of public
school sites, (2) erection or purchase of public school buildings, (3) furnishing and equipping public school
buildings, (4) repairs to existing public school buildings, (5) improvements to public school sites, (6) demolition of
public school facilities, and (7) purchase of school transportation equipment.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Completed and instituted the OCMAPS Program Implementation Plan.
Completed the OCMAPS Design Standards and Procedures Manual.
Reviewed, processed and made recommendations on all project requests for the Suburban Schools Program.
Established 2003 disbursement allocations to 23 Suburban districts and distributed monthly revenues to
accounts.
Held numerous planning, programming and community meetings related to design and function of top priority
school construction projects.
Negotiated architectural contracts and started design for top priority, sales tax funded, school projects.
Negotiated architectural contracts and started design for top priority, G.O. bond funded, school projects.
Bid and purchased 2003 school bus fleet replacement orders for Oklahoma City Public Schools.
Completed first demolition and clearing project for new site of sales tax funded elementary school.
Selected architects, bid and initiated construction work on Early Start fire alarm and roof replacement projects.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Continue and complete design of top priority, G.O. bond funded, school construction projects.
Continue and complete design of top priority, sales tax funded, school construction projects.
Review and process Suburban Schools Program 2003/2004 project request applications and prepare
recommendations for OCMAPS Trust action.
Distribute monthly revenues to the 23 Suburban district accounts and establish disbursement allocations for 2004.
Complete construction of Early Start fire alarm projects.
Complete construction of Early Start roof replacement projects.
Phased bidding, contract awards and construction starts for top priority G.O. bond and sales tax school
construction projects.
Negotiate and implement architectural contracts for design of the next phase of sales tax and G.O. bond school
construction projects.
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                                          M APS LEGAL ASSISTANCE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The legal staff is responsible for assisting the project team with legal opinions concerning the MAPS Projects,
preparing and reviewing contracts, assisting in land purchases and representing the City in condemnations and
disputes.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Provided legal support to the MAPS Oversight Board and its Committees, as it winds down.
Provided legal opinions, resolutions and contract amendments related to the various MAPS Projects.
Provided legal representation, advice and support.
Provided legal support to City departments in the ongoing responsibilities to operate and maintain the MAPS
Projects.
Prepared and assisted in negotiating various claims issues relating to the Library/Learning Center, the Riverfront
Development and Dam Projects, and the Civic Center Music Hall.
Provided legal advice and support to the Public Works Department regarding various issues that have arisen in
administering these projects.
Provided legal assistance in developing a settlement agreement regarding Library/Learning Center structural
issues.
Worked with staff on a contract between the City of Oklahoma City, an artist, and the State of Oklahoma relating
to the Oklahoma Land Run Sculpture, which will be made up of approximately eighty separate bronze pieces,
including heroic-sized figures of people, animals, wagons, a sulky and cannon, dramatically recreating the Land
Run, at an estimated cost of $5,000,000.
Provided legal support for the Public Safety Capital Projects contracts.
Provided legal assistance in the Library panel litigation.
Negotiated contract between the Facilities Group and the OCMAPS Trust for Program Management.
Settled Library structural issue with the Library architect for over $500,000.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Continue to develop, prepare and negotiate contracts for MAPS and MAPS for Kids Projects, and provide legal
support.
Continue to assist the OCMAPS Project Team with legal opinions, representation, advice and counsel as it
becomes necessary.
Continue to represent the City in any MAPS and MAPS for Kids-related disputes that may arise.
Continue to provide legal support to the MAPS Oversight Board and its Committees.
Represent the Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools (OCMAPS) Trust in developing and contracting
construction and renovation of approximately 75 public school facilities – funded by the OCMAPS dedicated sales
tax.




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                                     PUBLIC SAFETY CAPITAL PROJECT OFFICE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Public Safety Capital Project Office is responsible for the development and implementation of a management
and control system for the fiscal, operational and technological components required to successfully acquire and
implement those projects contained within the City Capital Improvement Ordinance.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Updated the Public Safety Capital Projects FY 2002-2003 Business Plan.
Completed the needs assessment, specification development and issued a Request for Proposals for the
integrated Public Safety information systems.
Began construction of the new Emergency Communications Center.
Acquired the needed land for the 12 antenna sites, obtained radio frequency licenses from the Federal
Communications Commission and began construction on the tower sites for the 800MHz Trunked Radio Project.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Request contract(s) award and begin implementation of the integrated Public Safety information systems.
Continue implementation of the 800MHz City-wide Trunked Radio Communications System.
Complete construction of the new Emergency Communications Center.
Complete construction of the tower sites for the 800MHz Trunked Radio Project.
Update the Public Safety Capital Projects Fiscal Year 2004-2005 Business Plan.




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                                    BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          CITY MANAGER                         000             1           1
          EXEC MGR/SPECIAL PROJECT             025             1           1
          ASST CITY MANAGER                    025             3           2
          ASST CITY MANAGER/FINANC             025             0           1
          PUBLIC INFO & MARKETING              025             0           1
          ASST TO THE CITY MANAGER             025             1           1
          EXEC ASSIST TO CITY MANA             025             0           1
          PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFIC             025             1           0
          PUBLIC INFOR & MRKT MNGR             518             1           1
          MARKETING COORDINATOR I              514             1           2
          GRAPHIC DESIGN SPECIALIS             513             1           1
          AUDIO/VISUAL PROD SPEC               512             3           1
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY III              512             1           0
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINAT             509             1           1
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY II               508             1           1
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I               507          1.50        1.50
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                506             1           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I, Non-Union       311             0           1
          SECRETARY II NON-UNION               309             1           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                  19.50       18.50

CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE
MAPS

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          ASST MUN COUNSELOR II                613          0.25           0
          BUSINESS MANAGER                     522          0.25        0.25
          TRUST SPECIALIST                     517          0.25        0.25

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                   0.75        0.50

PUBLIC SAFETY CAPITAL PROJECT OFFICE
POLICE AND FIRE EQUIPMENT USE TAX FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          PROGRAM MANAGER                     025              1            1
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC                 513              1            1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                505              1            1

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                      3           3




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CITY MANAGER’S OFFICE
OCMAPS

         POSITION TITLE                      PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                            RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
         ASST MUN COUNSELOR II              613         0.75           1
         CIVIL ENGINEER V                   523            1           1
         BUSINESS MANAGER                   522         0.75        0.75
         TRUST SPECIALIST                   517         0.75        0.75
         MGMT & BUDGET SPEC                 517         0.75           1
         MARKETING COORDINATOR II           515            1           0
         UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I           511            1           1
         ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I             507            1           1
         EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I              506            1           1

         TOTAL POSITIONS                                   8        7.50

PRINT SHOP
INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

         POSITION TITLE                      PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                            RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
         PRINT SHOP MGR                     509            1           1
         ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I             507         0.50        0.50
         PRODUCTION SPECIALIST I            409            2           1
         PRODUCTION TECHNICIAN              406            0           2
         GENERAL OFFICE CLERK               403            2           0

         TOTAL POSITIONS                                5.50        4.50




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                                         FINANCE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide financial management, leadership, oversight, reporting and services for the
organization through the collection and recording of revenues; preparing, coordinating and
monitoring the City's operating and capital budgets; accurate accounting and financial
reporting; administration of purchasing services; management of occupational health and
safety programs; issuance of business licenses; and investment of City funds to achieve
maximum returns.



                                                     City Manager


                                                       Finance
                                                     Administration


       Management &                     Accounting   Procurement        City                Risk
          Budget                         Services      Services       Treasury           Management




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                                            FINANCE DEPARTMENT
                                             SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                  FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04            Percent
                                                   Actual      Adopted      Proposed            Change
                                                                Budget       Budget

Administration                                       732,426      711,587      648,453             -8.87%
Office of Management & Budget                        674,932      682,195      687,228              0.74%
Accounting Services                                1,777,556    1,992,712    1,887,653             -5.27%
Procurement Services                               1,293,933    1,301,289    1,194,934             -8.17%
Treasury                                           1,033,836    1,145,511    1,209,656              5.60%
Risk Management                                    7,678,616    7,860,444    8,878,641             12.95%
Special Purpose Fund                                       0            0      158,200                 N/A

Department Total                                  13,191,299   13,693,738   14,664,765              7.09%


                                              SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                  FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04            Percent
                                                   Actual      Adopted      Proposed            Change
                                                                Budget       Budget

Administration                                             8           6              4           -33.33%
Office of Management & Budget                           10.5       10.25             10            -2.44%
Accounting Services                                       31          34             30           -11.76%
Procurement Services                                      24          23             20           -13.04%
Treasury                                                  16          15             13           -13.33%
Risk Management                                           11          10              9           -10.00%

Department Total                                       100.5       98.25             86           -12.47%


                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                  FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04            Percent
                                                   Actual      Adopted      Proposed            Change
                                                                Budget       Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                                  4,749,137    4,959,584    4,657,237             -6.10%
Other Services & Charges                             651,318      764,656      882,992             15.48%
Supplies                                             112,228      109,054       87,695            -19.59%
Capital Outlay                                             0            0            0                 N/A
Transfers                                                  0            0            0                 N/A

Fund Total                                         5,512,683    5,833,294    5,627,924             -3.52%




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                                                 FY 01-02         FY 02-03            FY 03-04              Percent
                                                  Actual          Adopted             Proposed              Change
                                                                   Budget              Budget
Risk Management Internal Service Fund
Personal Services                                    641,933          639,806            591,870               -7.49%
Other Services & Charges                             273,598          309,856            341,862               10.33%
Supplies                                              27,268           32,000             32,000                0.00%
Capital Outlay                                             0                0                  0                   N/A
Transfers                                          6,735,817        6,878,782          7,912,909               15.03%

Fund Total                                         7,678,616        7,860,444          8,878,641               12.95%

Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                           0                0                  0                   N/A
Other Services & Charges                                    0                0            158,200                   N/A
Supplies                                                    0                0                  0                   N/A
Capital Outlay                                              0                0                  0                   N/A
Transfers                                                   0                0                  0                   N/A

Fund Total                                                  0                0            158,200                   N/A

Department Total                                  13,191,299      13,693,738          14,664,765                7.09%


                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                                  Amount            Positions
1.      Deleted Office Assistant II in Administration.                                           (33,966)           (1)
2.      Deleted Data Systems Technician III in Treasury Revenue Enhancement.                     (38,493)           (1)
3.      Deleted License Inspector in Treasury.                                                   (35,625)           (1)
4.      Deleted two Data Systems Technician III’s in Procurement.                                (89,616)           (2)

5.      Deleted Production Technician scanning documents in Administration.                      (42,455)           (1)
6.      Deleted three Buyer I positions and added two Buyer positions in
        Procurement.                                                                             (90,000)           (1)

7.      Deleted Municipal Accountant I in Accounting assigned to Capital Assets .                (64,465)           (1)
8.      Deleted Data Systems Technician III in Accounting.        Original OCMAPS
        position.                                                                                (42,762)           (1)
9.      Deleted Data Systems Technician III in Accounting and M&O in Treasury.
        Two payment dockets per week reduced to one per week.                                    (39,822)           (1)
10.     Deleted remaining 25% of Management Specialist in OMB. Position 100%
        funded in OCMAPS.                                                                        (20,520)         (0.25)
11.     Deleted Municipal Accountant II in Accounting.          Position funded and
        relocated in the Water Department.                                                       (54,579)           (1)
12.     Increased banking service fees in Treasury for police alarm fees.                          55,000            0
13.     Increased banking service fees in Treasury for credit card payment service.                40,175            0




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Risk Management                                                                        Amount             Positions
1.      Deleted Workers’ Compensation Administrator.                                       (74,754)            (1)
2.      Deleted Training & Safety Officer.                                                 (55,088)            (1)
3.      Deleted Data Systems Technician I.                                                 (34,533)            (1)
4.      Deleted Medical Bills Processor.                                                   (39,622)            (1)
5.      Added Claims Assistant.                                                              41,233             1
6.      Added Administrative Coordinator I for Return-to-Work program.                       41,233             1
7.      Increased Property and Liability insurance and Workers’ Compensation.            1,034,127              0


                                               ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Finance Administration Division provides management oversight for the five divisions of the Finance
Department, as well as leadership and support for the financial and business operations of the City organization.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Provided sale management for the $25,000,000 General Obligation Bond Series 2003, including: rating agency
presentations, preparation of official statements and notice of sale, and selection of service providers.
Provided support and financial analysis for the Wireless 911 tariff.
Participated and supported the passage of new public finance law.
Provided financial support to the Downtown Business Improvement District.
Provided support for various economic development initiatives.
Provided project management in the implementation of the PeopleSoft Financial and Human Resources System.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Provide financial advisory services to City departments and trusts as needed.
Provide support for the City’s economic development efforts including analysis of development proposals, tax
increment financing and other financial incentives that may be available.
Review and update departmental policies and procedures.
Direct the development and implementation of a program for the acceptance of credit card payments.
Provide management for the sale of the General Obligation Bond Series 2004.
Provide coordination of emergency medical services between the City and EMSA, including analysis of financial
requirements, future capital needs and development of a permanent subsidy funding source.
Develop comprehensive City-wide debt management policies
Complete implementation of PeopleSoft Financial and Human Resources System.




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                                        OFFICE OF M ANAGEMENT AND BUDGET

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Office of Management and Budget is responsible for preparing, coordinating and monitoring the City's
operating and capital budgets. Staff also develops a yearly revenue forecast, monthly revenue targets, and five-
year revenue and expenditure projections.
This Division completes special studies to develop, analyze and recommend improved methods of providing City
services, or ways to improve the City's financial condition.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Participated in the selection and implementation of the PeopleSoft Financial and Human Resources System.
Assisted in the sale of the 2003 General Obligation Bonds.
Conducted City Council workshops about the City's financial status and other budgetary issues.
Completed and presented the Five-Year Financial Forecast.
Assisted in the development of a long-range strategy for projects funded through the MAPS Operations fund.
Assisted in the development of the City’s legislative agenda and provided analysis for issues with a municipal
revenue or expenditure impact.
Provided cost impact analysis for labor negotiations.
Conducted a study of the fee structure for the development process.
Participated in the City Council committees for Revenue Enhancement and Good Government.
Provided leadership and coordination of the City-wide International City Manager Association (ICMA) survey
response.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Participate in the final implementation of the PeopleSoft Financial and Human Resources System.
Work with other groups and agencies to develop long-range strategies to improve sales tax collections.
Provide support for future General Obligation Bond sales.
Improve customer service provided to user departments.
Develop an internal training program to improve the knowledge and skills of the OMB staff.
Create a new process for interim financial reports provided to City Council.
Review new capital planning and budgeting strategies.
Update and expand the revenue manual to include factors influencing the City’s various revenue sources in order
to further enhance revenue projection methodologies.
Identify strategies to reduce the long-term revenue and expenditure gap by identifying potential new sourc es of
revenue and proposing strategies to control growth in personnel costs.
Complete the Public Safety Sales Tax report in January 2004.
Complete a review of the City’s Cost Allocation process.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual         Target      Estimated            Target
                                                                FY 01-02       FY 02-03      FY 02-03           FY 03-04
        Variance between budgeted and actual General Fund
 1.
        revenues.                                                    3.4%          1.5%              4.0%             2.0%
        Improve customer service to user departments
 2.                                                   -4
        (overall rating from Customer Service Survey. 1
        scale, with 1 best).                                          1.73         1.70               1.70             1.65

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                                            ACCOUNTING SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Accounting Services Division is responsible for accurate accounting of financial transactions and the periodic
reporting of financial transactions for the City and Public Trusts of the City. The Division is responsible for
providing accounting internal controls and working in cooperation with the external and internal auditors.
Accounting Services also provides processing and distribution of vendor and payroll payments.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Completed the preparation and timely submission of the City's Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR).
Prepared stand-alone annual reports for seven Public Trusts.
Prepared Comprehensive Annual Financial Report for the OKC Employee Retirement System.
Provided management of related financial audits and the Single Audit of federal funds.
Developed and submitted the City Debt Service budget.
Completed timely payment of payroll and related tax reporting.
Prepared the Supplemental Disclosure Report, which was expanded to address Securities and Exchange
Commission secondary market disclosure requirements.
Participated in the selection and implementation of the PeopleSoft Financial and Human Resources System.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Prepare and distribute on-time monthly and quarterly financial statements.
Process completed claim vouchers in compliance with established targets.
Prepare and distribute payrolls on scheduled paydays for the City, Retirees, COTPA, Golf Courses, Zoo, McGee
Creek Authority and City Council.
Participate in the implementation of the PeopleSoft Financial and Human Resources System.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual      Target     Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02    FY 02-03     FY 02-03          FY 03-04
        Financial reports completed and distributed within
 1.     targets or meeting dates.                                    88%        100%             100%            100%

 2.     Process 100% of completed claim vouchers on time.          53,117      54,000          54,000          54,000

 3.     Number of Paychecks distributed.                          152,066     152,000         152,000         149,000

        Customer service to user departments (overall rating
 4.                                       -4
        from Customer Service Survey. 1 scale, with 1
        best).                                                       1.96        1.50             1.50             1.20




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                                           PROCUREMENT SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The responsibilities of the Procurement Services Division include assisting all departments and City trusts in
preparing specifications for those items and services to be purchased by the City; receiving competitive bids;
analyzing the needs of the departments and trusts as they relate to the bidders' responses; processing
purchasing requests and providing training on the Integrated Financial Management and Personnel System
(IFMAPS) through the use of specialized classes, policy manuals, and technical advice and assistance.
Procurement is also responsible for educating vendors about the City procurement process and processing
vendor invoices for payment.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Improved the organizational structure and lines of authority for greater efficiency.
Participated in training of all purchasing-related staff following City Charter change election.
Participated in the selection and implementation of the PeopleSoft Financial and Human Resources System.
Assisted in the drafting of a new purchasing ordinance following Charter Change election.
Maintained the database for recording and reporting minority and women-owned business activity.
Expanded the use of Electronic Funds Transfer (EFT) program for vendor payments to include City Trusts and
transfers by the City Treasurer.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Improve customer service.
Process vendor payments within an average of 30 days or less from the receipt of invoice.
Process payments to take advantage of early pay discounts.
Accurately record and report all minority and women-owned business activity.
Provide additional outreach to minority vendors about City procurement process.
Continue to work with vendors and City staff to develop and improve the EFT program.
Participate in the development and implementation of the City’s Purchasing Card Program.
Participate in the implementation of the PeopleSoft Financial system.
Utilize Internet-based technology to augment the purchasing process.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                       Actual     Target        Estimated          Target
                                                                      FY 01-02   FY 02-03        FY 02-03         FY 03-04
        Place all fiscal year contracts on the first docket date in
 1.
        July.                                                             95%          95%              95%             95%

        Respond to and approve all error free electronic
 2.
        requisitions within one day.                                      95%          95%              95%             95%
        Pay all claims within 30 days after receipt of correct
 3.
        invoice by Accounts Payable.                                      88%          90%              90%             90%
        Enter all vendor registrations into the system within
 4.
        two days after receipt.                                           95%          95%              95%             95%
        Customer service to user departments (overall rating
 5.     from Customer Service Survey. 1-4 scale, with 1
        best).                                                            2.21         2.00              2.00           1.80


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                                                CITY TREASURY

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Treasury Division serves as the central depository for the collection and recording of the core operating
revenues for the City. The Division is focused on the financial integrity of the City through the protection of the
public’s interest by regulating business activities through the issuance of licenses; collection and administration of
hotel/motel tax, franchise fees, business improvement districts and pipeline billings; monitoring and evaluation of
sales and use tax collections to ensure accuracy and completeness of revenues; providing cashier support
services and training. The Division provides cash management functions and banking relationships for the City’s
operating funds and selected public trusts, and is dedicated to prudent management of the City’s investment
portfolio. Providing superior customer service to citizens and employees is an on-going goal of the Division.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Added two new investment pools to the City’s portfolio structure and conducted monthly committee meetings.
Revenue Enhancement recovery of $1,900,000, which was $800,000 over target.
Implementation of an independent audit program to supplement the Revenue Enhancement recovery program.
Procured new banking service agreements.
Participated in the selection and implementation of the PeopleSoft Financial and Human Resources System.
Established a credit card acceptance program.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Achieve 1.5 basis points above 1-year Constant Maturity Treasury (CMT) on operating portfolios for the City,
OCMFA, OCWUT and OCMAPS.
Develop revenue enhancement programs, internal review and independent audit program to achieve recovery
equal to previous year.
Initialize cash register replacement options.
Expand credit card acceptance program.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                            Actual          Target       Estimated            Target
                                                           FY 01-02        FY 02-03       FY 02-03           FY 03-04
        Return of operating portfolios compared to 1-
 1.     year CMT. (City return/1 Year CMT)                 4.49%/2.10%         1%/1%     3.12%/1.4%                1%/1%

 2.     Licenses issued.                                        30,093         30,000          28,000              29,000

 3.     Inspections.                                             6,766          7,000            6,005               6,500

        Revenue recovery (Sales and Use Tax
 4.     revenue recovered through the efforts of the
        City Treasurer’s Office).                           $1,091,229     $1,100,000     $1,900,000          $1,100,000

        Customer service to user departments
 5.     (overall rating from Customer Service Survey.
        1-4 scale, with 1 best).                                  1.56           1.00             1.40                1.00




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                                                      RISK M ANAGEMENT

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Risk Management Division is responsible for the development, implementation and administration of
occupational health and safety programs affecting the City's employees and other assets. This includes:
identification of safety problems; analysis of accident/incident rates; evaluation of work processes; assuring
compliance with applicable state and federal regulations; training employees on occupational health and safety
procedures and awareness requirements; conducting safety site inspections of work places, properties, facilities
and equipment; administration and coordination of the Property and Casualty Insurance Program; administration
and coordination of the City's Self-Insured Workers' Compensation Program; and assisting in the investigation,
settlement or defense of liability claims against the City.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Completed comprehensive focused safety audit at the Oklahoma City Zoo.
Facilitated comprehensive safety training classes.
Processed 860 workers' compensation claims and 1,136 reported injuries during the year.
Began the process of implementing the Risk Management Information System (RMIS)

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Reorganize staff to reflect an emphasis of claims control and targeted safety training.
Increase communications with departments regarding their workers’ compensation costs and safety activities.
Successfully implement the new Risk Management Information System.
Conduct focused safety audits on departments with high number of injury reports.
Update City property files to insure adequate replacement cost coverage.
Facilitate training classes in compliance with various federal, state and City department safety requirements and
needs.
Coordinate loss-time injuries with City departments and Certified Workplace Medical Plan (CWMP) provider.
Make four-point contact on all job injury claims within 24 hours (employee, supervisor, CWMP and witnesses).
Review, investigate and process all claims/losses of work -related injuries and illnesses.
Make timely payments to injured employees and all providers while ensuring that all subrogation interests are
included.
Implement a Return-to-Work pilot project with the Water and Wastewater Utility Department.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                            Actual     Target       Estimated          Target
                                                                           FY 01-02   FY 02-03       FY 02-03         FY 03-04
         Conduct “Focused               Safety   Audits”   on   selected
 1.      departments.                                                          N/A            1                  4             10
 2.      Facilitate safety training classes.                                     45          30                44              50
         Customer service to user departments (overall rating
 3.                                        -4
         from Customer Service Survey. 1 scale, with 1
         best).                                                                2.09       2.00               1.95           1.90




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                                   BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
FINANCE
GENERAL FUND

         POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                             RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

         ASST FINANCE DIR/BUDGET              025             1          1
         CONTROLLER                           523             1          1
         CITY TREASURER                       522             1          1
         BUSINESS MANAGER                     522             1          1
         PURCHASING AGENT                     522             1          1
         ASST CONTROLLER                      519             1          1
         ASST CITY TREASURER                  519             1          1
         MGMT & BUDGET SPEC                   517          3.25          3
         REVENUE AUDITOR                      516             1          1
         MUNICIPAL ACCT III                   515             2          2
         PAYROLL SUPERVISOR                   515             1          1
         SUPVISOR OF LICENSES                 514             1          1
         UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I             514             1          1
         PURCHASING CARD COORD                513             1          1
         ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC                  513             1          1
         MGMT & BUDGET ANALYST                513             5          5
         ACCOUNTS PAYABLE SUPV                513             1          1
         MUNICIPAL ACCT II                    512            13         12
         BUYER II                             511             2          0
         BUYER                                511             0          4
         MUN ACCT I                           510             4          3
         BUYER I                              509             3          0
         EXECUTIVE SECRETARY II               508             1          1
         ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I               507             4          4
         OFFICE SPECIALIST II                 505             2          2
         DATA SYSTEMS TECH III                413            13         11
         LICENSE INSPECTOR                    411             3          2
         CUSTOMER SERVICE REP III             410             0          3
         CUSTOMER SERVICE REP                 409             3          0
         DATA SYSTEMS TECH III,               313             5          9
         ACCT TECH NON-UNION                  311             7          0
         OFFICE ASSISTANT II, Non-Union       309             0          2
         SECRETARY I NON-UNION                307             3          0
         DATA CONTROL CLK NON-UNI             306             1          0

         TOTAL POSITIONS                                  88.25         77




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RISK MANAGEMENT
INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          RISK MANAGER                  522           1            1
          MUNICIPAL SAFETY SPEC         516           1            1
          WORKERS COMP ADMINISTRAT      516           1            0
          INSURANCE ANALYST             513           1            1
          TRAINING & SAFETY OFFICE      513           1            0
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC           513           0            1
          CLAIMS ANALYST                513           2            2
          CLAIMS ASSISTANT              507           1            2
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I        507           0            1
          MEDICAL BILLS PROCESSOR       506           1            0
          DATA CONTROL CLK NON-UNI      306           1            0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                            10            9




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                                        GENERAL SERVICES
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide all necessary and required support to other City departments in the areas of
building and fleet maintenance.




                                                 City Manager



                                               General Services
                                                Administration



                                            Building        Fleet
                                          Management       Services




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                                            GENERAL SERVICES
                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04            Percent
                                                  Actual      Adopted      Proposed            Change
                                                               Budget       Budget

Administration                                      558,884      592,245      575,447             -2.84%
Building Management                               3,086,355    2,807,565    2,628,345             -6.38%
Fleet Services                                    5,489,854    5,801,224    5,065,012            -12.69%

Department Total                                  9,135,093    9,201,034    8,268,804            -10.13%


                                             SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04            Percent
                                                              Adopted      Proposed            Change
                                                               Budget       Budget

Administration                                           3            3              3             0.00%
Building Management                                     46           41             36           -12.20%
Fleet Services                                          59           48             40           -16.67%

Department Total                                       108           92             79           -14.13%


                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04            Percent
                                                  Actual      Adopted      Proposed            Change
                                                               Budget       Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                                 2,511,843    2,479,919    2,354,868             -5.04%
Other Services & Charges                            775,964      807,114      768,221             -4.82%
Supplies                                            357,432      112,777       80,703            -28.44%
Capital Outlay                                            0            0            0                 N/A
Transfers                                                 0            0            0                 N/A

Fund Total                                        3,645,239    3,399,810    3,203,792             -5.77%




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                                                 FY 01-02         FY 02-03     FY 03-04              Percent
                                                  Actual          Adopted      Proposed              Change
                                                                   Budget       Budget
Fleet Services Internal Service Fund
Personal Services                                 2,612,715        2,659,552       2,314,251           -12.98%
Other Services & Charges                            509,847          787,107         759,847            -3.46%
Supplies                                          2,367,292        2,354,565       1,990,914           -15.44%
Capital Outlay                                            0                0               0                N/A
Transfers                                                 0                0               0                N/A

Fund Total                                        5,489,854        5,801,224       5,065,012           -12.69%

Department Total                                  9,135,093        9,201,034       8,268,804           -10.13%


                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                           Amount            Positions
1.      Deleted Building Maintenance Mechanic assigned to Police and Courts.              (51,608)           (1)
2.      Deleted three Skilled Trades Workers assigned to pools.                         (129,945)            (3)
3.      Deleted Materials Dispatch Technician II in warehouse.                            (46,727)           (1)


Fleet Services                                                                         Amount            Positions
1.      Deleted Administrative Coordinator I assigned to purchasing.                      (62,018)           (1)
2.      Deleted Data Technician. Position no longer needed due to NAPA contract.          (50,190)           (1)
3.      Deleted Fleet Services Coordinator assigned to Motor Pool.                        (52,018)           (1)
4.      Deleted Mechanic Helper assigned to Motor Pool.                                   (35,139)           (1)
5.      Deleted Field Operations Supervisor.                                              (65,574)           (1)
6.      Deleted two Service Writers.                                                      (98,647)           (2)
7.      Added Equipment Service Worker. Reduced hours of operation at Shartel
        Shop and increased hours at Portland Shop.                                          35,139            1
8.      Increased Fuel Budget.                                                            115,000             0




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                                               ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Administration Division is responsible for providing management, administration, coordination and
supervision to the Building Management and Fleet Services Divisions. The Administration Division provides
planning, development of policies and procedures, determination of required resources and development of the
Department's operating budget and capital improvement program.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Through management of the free energy credits, General Services projects a dollar savings of approximately
$225,000 on street lighting costs for FY 2003.
Completed the full automation of the Building Management work order process. This effort provides accurate
labor rate distribution information and more accurately monitors employee productivity.
Completed implementation of an on-line building service request form.
Completed automation of the Building Management Inventory.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Through the creation and utilization of online templates, reduce departmental paper flow.
In order to increase employee moral within the General Services Department, staff will develop an employee
recognition program.
Implement on-line request form for electric service.




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                                               BUILDING M ANAGEMENT

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Building Management Division is responsible for the repair, maintenance and renovation of City buildings and
facilities. The Division provides a well-balanced, comprehensive, operational and maintenance program aimed at
peak operating efficiency, timely and adequate preventive maintenance and efficient consumption of energy.
Duties include performing repair, maintenance and renovations to facility systems such as: electrical, plumbing,
heat, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC), carpentry, painting, swimming pools and boilers. Responsibilities
also include the administration of certain contracts, capital needs and planning for City buildings and facilities.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Made needed repairs to Park’s South Lakes rent house, un-hooked water from well system and connected to City
water system and replaced septic system.
Made needed repairs to old Fire Station #25 currently being leased to the DAV.
Installed ventilation system in shop area and installed new HVAC for office area at Parks mower shop.
Remodeled kitchens at Fire Maintenance and Fire Station # 2.
Remodeled kitchenette at Municipal Courts.
Remodeled City Marshall’s office area in the old City Jail building.
                 th
Remodeled 4 floor at 420 West Main for new office space for Maps for Kids.
                                        th
Remodeled office space on the 10             floor of 420 West Main to house new offices for the Public Safety Capital
Projects Office.
Constructed storage/workshop area for Information Technology at 100 North Walker.
Repaired gutter line at Harrison pool and repaired main drain at Hathaway pool.
Painted exterior of Woodson Party House, interior of Fire Station #19 and rig room, interior of Fleet Services office
                                          th                                                       th
area, interior of Water Administration – 5 floor, 420 West Main, interior of Water’s print shop – 6 floor, 420 West
Main and hallway areas at 420 West Main.
Painted hanger floor and storage areas at Police Air Support.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Complete 4,850 building repair and maintenance work orders.
Complete all emergency work orders within 24 hours.
Have customer rate repair service as satisfactory 100% of the time.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                        Actual     Target       Estimated          Target
                                                                       FY 01-02   FY 02-03       FY 02-03         FY 03-04
        Number of completed building repair and maintenance
 1.
        work orders.                                                      4,568       4,700            4,700           4,850
        Number of emergency             work      orders   requiring
 2.
        completion within 24 hours.                                         163        250                200            250




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                                                FLEET SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Fleet Services Division is responsible for providing a fleet management program including maintenance,
repair and operational support services for the City equipment fleet. Shop services include repair and
maintenance of General Fleet and Police Fleet equipment. Fleet Management services includes completion of
the fleet replacement analysis and preparation of equipment specifications. Other major responsibilities include
acceptance of new equipment; disposal of surplus equipment; purchase of fuel and repair parts; and maintaining
maintenance cost records and inventory records.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Outsourced ownership and management of all repair parts inventories.
Transferred Truck Shop operations to a new maintenance facility.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Keep preventive maintenance inspections current on fleet vehicles.
Increase the percentage of shop labor hours applied directly to vehicle repairs.
Reduce the maintenance cost per mile for fleet vehicles.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual       Target     Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 02-03          FY 03-04

        Percentage of preventive maintenance work completed
 1.
        when scheduled.                                               95%          97%             97%              98%

 2.     Percentage of direct labor hours.                             58%          70%             72%              65%

        Vehicle maintenance cost per mile:
                Police Cars                                            $.16        $.15           $.135           $.100
 3.
                Light Vehicles                                         $.12        $.10           $.106           $.077
                Trucks                                                 $.50        $.55           $.250           $.245

 4.     Percentage of the fleet that is operational each day.         96%          91%             95%              96%




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                                    BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
GENERAL SERVICES
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          GENERAL SERVICES DIR                 025            1            1
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER              521            2            2
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS             516            3            3
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC                  513            1            1
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I             511            1            1
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT I              511            1            1
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                506            1            1
          BUILDING HEAT & AIR MECH             415            3            3
          ELECTRICIAN                          415            3            3
          PLUMBER                              415            3            3
          BLDG MAINTENANCE MECHANIC            414            7            6
          CARPENTER                            414            2            2
          SKILLED TRADES WORKER                414           10            7
          PAINTER                              413            3            3
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH II                 411            1            1
          STORES CLERK I                       408            1            0
          CUSTODIAN                            405            1            1

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                    44           39

FLEET SERVICES
INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER              522            1            1
          MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST                517            1            1
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS             516            1            1
          FLEET SERVICES ADMINISTR             513            2            2
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPERVI             513            5            4
          FLEET SERVICES COORDI                511            1            0
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I               507            2            1
          MASTER MECH                          414           22           20
          SERVICE WRITER                       413            2            0
          FUEL SYSTEM TECH                     412            1            1
          MECH HELPER                          411            2            1
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH II                 411            3            2
          EQUIP SERVICE WORKER                 409            5            6

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                    48           40




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                                 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
D EPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide organization-wide support for technology -based communication and business systems. Additionally, it
is the responsibility of the Department to research and provide those systems necessary to implement policy and
strategic plans as directed by the City Manager’s Office. The goal of the Department is to educate the
organization regarding the use of technology; assist departments in the identification and selection of technology
alternatives; coordinate the acquisition and implementation of selected systems; and develop as necessary those
technology-based systems that will enable the organization to deliver more efficient and effective services to
citizens. As the technology arm of the organization, the Department is responsible for the development of the
Technology Strategic Plan and for coordinating the fulfillment of the plan through specific projects.




                                                 City Manager



                                                 Information
                                            Technology Department



                      Administration    Development/        Infrastructure         Production
                        Support             GIS                                     Systems




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                                       INFORMATION T ECHNOLOGY
                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                 FY 01-02       FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                                  Actual        Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                                 Budget       Budget

Administration Support                            1,193,480      1,294,837    1,393,604               7.63%
Development/GIS                                   2,812,840      2,754,575    1,362,940 *           -50.52%
Infrastructure                                    2,195,317      2,221,426    2,362,828               6.37%
Production                                        1,196,120      1,331,499    2,442,682 *            83.45%

Department Total                                  7,397,757      7,602,337    7,562,054              -0.53%

SUMMARY OF POSITIONS BY DIVISION


                                             SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                  Actual        Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                                Budget        Budget

Administration Support                                      6           6              7            16.67%
Development/GIS                                            45          40             19 *         -52.50%
Infrastructure                                             22          21             21             0.00%
Production                                                 13          12             26 *         116.67%

Department Total                                           86          79             73             -7.59%

*Percentage change exaggerated due to FY04 re-organization




                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                  Actual        Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                                Budget        Budget

Personal Services                                 5,148,676      5,132,256    5,097,003              -0.69%
Other Services & Charges                            968,302      1,242,271    1,237,241              -0.40%
Supplies                                            242,321        155,964      155,964               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                            0              0            0                  N/A
Transfers                                         1,038,458      1,071,846    1,071,846               0.00%

Fund Total                                        7,397,757      7,602,337    7,562,054              -0.53%




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                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
Internal Service Fund – Information Technology                                                Amount          Positions
1.      Deleted Operations Support Manager from Operations Support.                             (68,964)           (1)
2.      Deleted Data Systems Technician II from the Administration Section.                     (37,063)           (1)
3.      Deleted Materials Dispatch Technician III from Communications Section.                  (42,850)           (1)
4.      Deleted five Programmer/Analysts from the Public Safety, Departmental
        Systems, and Development Teams.                                                       (308,578)            (5)
5.      Deleted Systems Analyst II from the Project Management Team.                           (90,539)            (1)
6.      Deleted two Systems Analyst I’s from Graphical Information Systems.                   (151,696)            (2)
7.      Added Unit Operations Supervisor to replace Operations Support Manager.                   68,964            1
8.      Added Assistant Director to Administration Section--Network Security.                     93,902            1
9.      Added Systems Support Specialist IV to head the Telecom Team.                             71,859            1
10.     Added Systems Support Specialist IV for the Client Team.                                  71,859            1
11.     Added Systems Support Specialist II for Network Security.                                 60,517            1
12.     Added increased funding for maintenance of hardware.                                      67,000            0




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                                            ADMINISTRATION SUPPORT
SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL R ESPONSIBILITIES

The Administration Support Division provides planning, financial and administrative staff support to the
Department. The Division includes secretarial support, contract administration, personnel and payroll support,
budget administration, security administration, purchasing support, internal training support, inventory
management and general office management. Contracting for information and telecommunication technology
products is provided on a City-wide basis. Purchasing support is provided City-wide and security administration is
provided for shared systems and coordinated for departmental applications. The Administration Support Division
shares responsibility with the other divisions for development of long-range planning, research initiatives, and
policies and procedures.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Provided continued support in the management of financial resources, purchasing and asset tracking.
Secured job specific training, safety training and Character First training and Team Building for entire department.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Develop a detailed database of the hardware and software contracts as a service to our customers to improve the
timeliness and availability of specific vendor/product information.
Develop Team Certification process to track and verify compliance with departmental standards for Character
First, performance evaluations, employee development plans, team and customer communications, team goal
development, skill identification and development.
Implement productivity tracking system to identify performance on projects, maintenance and service requests on
a department, team and individual level.
                          rocedures to identify customer satisfaction for all completed projects and service
Develop quality assurance p
requests.
Develop process to identify costs associated with each project, maintenance and service request.
Develop employee recognition program for productivity achievements.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 ACTUAL        TARGET        ESTIMATED             TARGET
                                                                 FY 01-02      FY 02-03       FY 02-03             FY 03-04
         Improved customer satisfaction, as measured by City
 1.      employee customer service survey (1-4 scale, with 1
         best).                                                        2.20          2.00                2.00              1.80




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                               DEVELOPMENT /GRAPHICAL INFORMATION SYSTEM
SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL R ESPONSIBILITIES

The Development/Graphical Information Systems (GIS) Division consists of three teams who are responsible for
the identification and implementation of new applications, data access and maintenance of critical software
infrastructure. The Project Management Team is responsible for strategic, security and business continuity
planning, large scale systems analysis, project management standards, business process modeling, feasibility
studies, project request review and validation, project definition and project management of new system
implementations. The Development Team is responsible for custom application development, development
standards, database support, City web development (including E-Commerce and E-Government), vendor
development oversight, data conversions, and represents the Department’s highest level of technical capabilities
in regards to application development and data access. The GIS Team is responsible for maintenance and
operation of the City’s geographical systems, as well as significant levels of application development, analysis,
training and integration.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Developed and implemented online training application to facilitate City employees training programs.
Completed Project Management process standards and procedures for project tracking, project sizing, project
closure and project prioritization.
Completed six Information Technology (IT) Departmental Strategic Plans for Departments.
Supported Public Safety Capital Project through application Inventory, Siren Training Policy, Courts/JMIS
Replacement Study, and participation, documentation and review of Fire and Police interview process.
Completed multiple security reviews including Water Vulnerability Assessment ( RAM(W) ), internal security
audits, City Auditor Network Security Audit.
Completed requirements definition and procurement for the Field Work Management System, impacting Water
Dispatch and Line Maintenance Inventory and began planning for implementation.
Completed implementation of Hansen CRM software for Action Center.
Created web based project-tracking system that displays and tracks technology initiatives requested from IT by
City departments.
Completed implementation of new technology called Spatial Database Engine (SDE) which allowed centralization
of all existing GIS datasets.
Completed 59 GIS significant projects including the development of a GIS integrated database for commercial
building inspection information, the re-delineation and optimization of the City trash routes, development of the
bridge and guardrail inventory and work order system, GIS data entry solutions for lots and block update, custom
addressing and zoning applications, consequences assessment tool set (CATS) to s             upport City emergency
response needs, GIS integrated subdivision/plat tracking database. Developed various web based GIS
applications including a general overview map service and other map services for easy access to information
including private road information, address verification, water infrastructure and bridges. Finally, developed
custom applications for field GIS Data collection for guardrail inspection and water valve locations.
Developed citizen storm cellar location database, at the request of Emergency Management, to improve disaster
response efforts.
Completed three eGovernment projects, including web based courts ticket lookup, action center report form, and
alarm permit application request form.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Complete City-Wide Strategic Information Technology and Security Plans.
Implement third party Facility Management applications with integrated GIS services and datasets for Water and
Public Works in the areas of wastewater, water, storm sewer and streets.
Complete application development and life cycle policies and procedures to allow departments to accelerate the
implementation of new applications.


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 Define critical, required and beneficial competencies for infrastructure teams. Ensure effective acquisition of
 critical skills.
 Extend GIS web based services to public accessible web sites for City services such as Transit bus routes and
 scheduling information.
 Create dynamic web based GIS data services for field support of operations including emergency response and
 HAZMAT response.

 PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                          ACTUAL     TARGET         ESTIMATED             TARGET
                                                                          FY 01-02   FY 02-03        FY 02-03             FY 03-04
      Calls for priority one applications corrected within 4
1.
      hours.                                                                  80%        80%                    75%              95%
      Percent of calls for priority one applications corrected
2.
      within 24 hours.                                                         N/A       75%                    80%             100%
      Improved combined customer satisfaction, as
      measured by city internal customer service survey.
3.
      (combined quality and timeliness; scale of 1-4, with 1
      best).                                                                  2.46       2.20                     2.0              1.5
      Percent of departments with approved departmental
4.
      strategic plans in 24 months.                                            N/A        N/A                   41%             100%
      Percent of work order                  processes   supported   by
5.
      automated systems.                                                       N/A        N/A                    N/A             20%
      Percent of geographic data acting as the primary
6.
      central GIS repository.                                                  N/A        N/A                   85%             100%
      Percent of departments participating in GIS utilization
7.
      programs.                                                                N/A        N/A                   50%             100%
8.    Percent of critical skills acquired by teams.                            N/A        N/A                   80%              95%
9.    Percent compliance with Team Certification Process.                      N/A        N/A                    N/A             60%




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                                                INFRASTRUCTURE
SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL R ESPONSIBILITIES

The Infrastructure Division is responsible for designing, installing, maintaining and securing the City’s client,
server, network, telecommunications and wireless communication infrastructure. This environment includes data
and voice networking, Internet connectivity, long distance, cellular phones, electronic mail, desktop computers,
laptops, printers and personal data assistance devices. The Infrastructure Division is also responsible for
maintaining the global computing environment in which various applications operate. This includes computer
operating systems, network operating systems, database management systems and the myriad of additional
layered software products that make up the computing system environment. Additionally, it is the responsibility of
this Division to research and monitor technological advances that exhibit the potential to make the City more
efficient in serving its citizens while minimizing security risks. This Division includes the Network, Server,
Telecommunications, and Client Teams.

2002-03 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Implemented high speed backup server systems and consolidated existing services, including multi-site server
systems, and redundant web services, which allow business continuation in the event of a disaster.
Expanded and improved the “Exchange” information management system to all users, and implemented new
technologies and techniques to further secure web access of email services.
Implemented exclusive hosting of websites for Department of Airports, PIM, GIS, Public Works, Office of
Workforce Development, Courts, and the Water departments “Blue Works for You”.
Improvements to the City’s network by implementing redundant, encrypted network systems for Police
Department facilities, and implemented a new data centralized recovery process.
Network support documentation, including system and plant infrastructure, fully diagramed.
Eliminated all Windows 95 systems except those required for legacy applications, upgraded over 1300 PC’s to
latest software standard.
Developed new implementation standards and systems for personal computers which significantly improved
security, recovery, implementation and support, while reducing overall costs.
Developed and partially implemented local personal computer backup process.

2003-04 OBJECTIVES

Establish and implement tiered service standard to ensure centralized logging, monitoring, service level
agreements (SLA), documented maintenance, backup, backup validation, and recovery process for all IT based
servers and networks.
Implement program change control procedures for all major systems.
Define process to expand server-based services while utilizing existing infrastructure.
Complete contracts for new 911-service agreement.
Establish and implement network standards throughout the downtown campus, complete all core routing, and
upgrade legacy wide area network as resources allow.
Implement the most critical levels of intrusion detection that will provide additional tools to ensure data integrity.
Define critical, required and beneficial competencies for infrastructure teams. Ensure effective acquisition of
critical skills.
Create new printer management infrastructure.
Complete citywide PC upgrades to the Windows XP Operating system.

Implement Internet monitoring system and process to ensure all Internet activity is reviewed by appropriate
management.
Implement systems to ensure all access from foreign networks will pass through IT Network Team controlled
firewalls and all connectivity to internal network infrastructure will be controlled and authorized.


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PERFORMANCE M EASURES
                                                                      ACTUAL     TARGET       ESTIMATED            TARGET
                                                                      FY 01-02   FY 02-03      FY 02-03            FY 03-04

             Percent of work orders received that are resolved at
  1.
             time of call.                                                80%        80%                 80%             80%
             Percent of work orders received that are resolved
  2.
             within 8 hours.                                              92%        92%                 92%             95%
  3.         Core network systems availability on annual basis.           99%      99.9%               99.2%           99.9%
             Mission critical server availability on annual basis
  4.
             (excludes scheduled maintenance).                            99%      99.9%               99.2%           99.9%
             A verage installation time of a pc client from receipt
  5.
             (in days).                                                     15         10                   10              10
             Improved combined customer satisfaction, as
             measured by city internal customer service survey.
  6.
             (combined quality and timeliness; scale of 1-4, with
                                                                          2.06       1.75                1.80              1.5
             1 best).
             Percent of services meeting standard for logging,
  7.
             monitoring, recovery, SLA and maintenance.                   N/A        N/A                  N/A            90%
             Percent of campus network meeting current network
  8.
             standards.                                                   60%        75%                 85%             90%
             Percent of wide area network meeting current
  9.
             network standards.                                           25%        50%                 50%             75%
             Percent of foreign traffic passing through IT
  10.        controlled firewall (requires quarterly modem sweep,
             and annual wireless sweep).                                  N/A        N/A                 33%            100%
             Number of enterprise level service interruptions due
  11.
             to virus or intrusion.                                       N/A        N/A                     0                0
             Percent of personal computers meeting current
  12.                                                                     N/A        N/A                 50%            100%
             standard.
  13.        Percent of critical skills acquired by teams.                50%        75%                 75%             80%
             Percentage compliance with Team Certification
  14.                                                                     N/A        N/A                  N/A            60%
             Process.




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                                           PRODUCTION SYSTEMS
SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL R ESPONSIBILITIES

Responsibilities of the Production Division include the support, maintenance, and recovery of the City’s core
applications. This Division consists of four functional teams; Public Safety, Financial, Departmental and
Operations Support teams. Each team provides extensive amounts of data and process standardization, change
management, data retrieval and reporting, and systems analysis. Through the applications, these teams directly
support virtually all day-to-day business of the City Of Oklahoma City, from Human Resources and Financial
Systems to Utility billing. The teams support over 90 significant applications, some requiring dedicated personnel
to maintain operation. The Division also contains the Operations Support Team, which is responsible for the
scheduling and execution of computer programs and functions that are routinely run to maintain the day-to-day
business of the City. Some examples of the functions include the generation of 9,000-10,000 utility bills per day,
the execution of data backups, creation of payroll and billing information for the daily transmission, and receipt of
electronically transmitted data to/from financial and other City business partners.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Completed inventory of production applications including identifying the base technical skills required to maintain
each system and the risks and required support levels of each business application.
Completed evaluation, selection and implementation of PeopleSoft Financials and partial implementation of
PeopleSoft Human Resources software to replace the City’s current legacy financial, payroll and personnel
system.
Completed design, coding and implementation of changes necessary to support the new personnel benefits
administrator for the City’s Section 125 plan.
Completed conversion, upgrade and testing of applications in order to upgrade desktops to Windows XP
environment.
Completed upgrade and implementation of new Utility Customer Services meter reading handheld computers.
Completed design, coding and implementation of changes required to implement Alarm Permit annual renewal
requirements.
Completed design, coding and implementation of changes required to implement Municipal Courts fee changes.
Completed processes to allow 100% of known network servers to be backed up each night.
Developed an on-line training program for the Computer Room Operators to guide them in the proper data
backup methodologies, failure responses and proper service escalation.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Establish tiered standards of support for all applications, defining server level agreements, shared responsibilities,
on call support, down time documentation and maintenance agreements.
Complete the implementation of PeopleSoft Financial and Human Resource software. Develop and document
standards, processes, and procedures to perform application and system maintenance.
Complete the upgrade and conversion of the City’s M4 Fleet Management Application.
Complete the implementation and expansion of Trapeze software modules to meet Transit Services expansion of
their Transit Operations Software System customer service and program expansion requirements.
Define critical, required and beneficial competencies for production teams. Ensure effective acquisition of critical
skills.
Complete minimum necessary air conditioning upgrades to computer, network and UPS facilities.
Develop processes and training to move helpdesk functions to the Operations section.




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                        ACTUAL     TARGET      ACTUAL            TARGET
                                                                        FY 01-02   FY 02-03    FY 02-03          FY 03-04

1.     Calls for priority one applications corrected within 4
       hours.                                                               80%        80%             97%              99%

2.     Percent of calls for priority one applications corrected
       within 24 hours.                                                      N/A       98%             99%              99%
       Improved combined customer satisfaction, as
3.     measured by city internal customer service survey.
                                                   -4,
       (combined quality and timeliness; scale of 1 with 1
       best).                                                                2.0        2.0            1.78               1.5

4.     Percent of defined maintenance tasks completed as
       scheduled                                                             N/A        N/A            N/A              95%

5.     Percent of water bill generation process completed as
       scheduled.                                                           96%        96%             95%              97%

6.     Enterprise applications availability on an annual basis
       (excludes scheduled maintenance).                                     N/A        N/A            N/A              99%

7.     Percentage       of    applications   with   defined   support
       standards.                                                            N/A        N/A            N/A              25%
8.     Percent of critical skills acquired by teams.                         N/A        N/A            N/A              50%
9.     Percent compliance with Team Certification Process.                   N/A        N/A            N/A              60%




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                                    BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
INTERNAL SERVICE FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          INFORMATION TECH DIR                 025            1            1
          ASST DIRECTOR                        025            0            1
          BUSINESS SYSTEMS MANAGER             523            1            1
          COMMUNICATIONS TECHNOLOG             523            1            1
          GEOGRAPHIC SUPPORT MANAG             522            1            1
          APPLICATION SUPPORT MANA             522            1            1
          SYSTEM SUPPORT SPEC IV               520            2            4
          SYSTEMS ANALYST III                  520            2            2
          SYSTEMS ANALYST II                   518            3            2
          SYSTEM SUPPORT SPEC III              518            1            1
          MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST                516            1            1
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVISOR           516            0            1
          SYSTEMS ANALYST I                    516            9            7
          SYSTEM SUPPORT SPEC II               516           10           11
          TELECOMM ANALYST                     514            1            1
          SYSTEM SUPPORT SPEC I                514            4            4
          PROGRAMMER/ANALYST                   514           21           16
          OPERATIONS SUPPORT MGR               513            1            0
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC                  513            1            1
          GIS ANALYST                          512            1            1
          GIS TECHNICIAN                       511            1            1
          COMPUTER OPER II                     507            4            4
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                506            1            1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                 505            1            1
          TELECOMM'S TECH Non-Union            314            1            1
          COMPUTER OPERATOR I NON-U            311            7            7
          STORES CLERK II NON-UNION            310            1            0
          DATA TECH II NON-UNION               309            1            0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                    79           73




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                                  MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide effective executive and legislative leadership in the development of City policy and
in the administrative review of City operations. Mayor and Council staff assist in these efforts
and provide administrative and clerical support to the Mayor and members of the City Council
and their constituents.




                                          Citizens




                Mayor                                   City Council




          Office of the                                  Office of the
             Mayor                      City Manager     City Council




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                                        MAYOR AND CITY COUNCIL
                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                 FY 01-02       FY 02-03       FY 03-04            Percent
                                                  Actual        Adopted        Proposed            Change
                                                                 Budget         Budget

Office of the Mayor                                213,773        219,686        202,663              -7.75%
Office of the City Council                         523,220        551,860        526,669              -4.56%

Department Total                                   736,993        771,546        729,332              -5.47%


                                             SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                 FY 01-02       FY 02-03       FY 03-04            Percent
                                                  Actual        Adopted        Proposed            Change
                                                                 Budget         Budget

Office of the Mayor                                         2              2              2            0.00%
Office of the City Council                                  5              5              4          -20.00%

Department Total                                            7              7              6          -14.29%


                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                 FY 01-02       FY 02-03       FY 03-04            Percent
                                                  Actual        Adopted        Proposed            Change
                                                                 Budget         Budget
General Fund
Mayor
Personal Services                                  199,759        204,404        187,021              -8.50%
Other Services & Charges                             9,137         12,082         11,442              -5.30%
Supplies                                             4,877          3,200          4,200              31.25%
Capital Outlay                                           0              0              0                  N/A
Transfers                                                0              0              0                  N/A

Mayor Total                                        213,773        219,686        202,663              -7.75%




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                                                 FY 01-02          FY 02-03       FY 03-04              Percent
                                                  Actual           Adopted        Proposed              Change
                                                                    Budget         Budget
Council Support
Personal Services                                   477,728           501,826         480,164              -4.32%
Other Services & Charges                             39,160            44,814          41,285              -7.87%
Supplies                                              6,332             5,220           5,220               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                            0                 0               0                  N/A
Transfers                                                 0                 0               0                  N/A

Council Support Total                               523,220           551,860         526,669              -4.56%

General Fund Total                                  736,993           771,546         729,332              -5.47%


                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                                 Amount          Positions
1.      Deleted Special Assistant to Council II from the Council Support staff.               (55,069)            (1)




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                                            OFFICE OF THE M AYOR

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Continued to work with the Oklahoma City Public School System on the MAPS for KIDS project and supported
the MAPS for KIDS Trust in their oversight of the projects.
Continued to support the development of the Metropolitan Area Projects (MAPS). Closely monitored the progress
of MAPS as some of the major projects are yet to be completed. These projects include the continuing
construction of the North Canadian River project, the expansion of the Bricktown Trolley system and the
continuing construction of the Downtown Library and Learning Center.
Continued support of the Native American Cultural Center, which is designed to be a world-class facility to be
located at the intersection of I-35 and I-40.
Continued to work with the State, Oklahoma County and local Chambers of Commerce on economic development
efforts.
Continued to host the Mayor’s Magazine television show, which is produced monthly.
Hosted and organized the Annual Mayor’s Tree Lighting Ceremony.
Continued efforts to bring nonstop air service from Oklahoma City to both east and west coasts.
Continued support of the Mayor’s Literacy Committee.
Continued efforts making area beautification a top civic priority.
Continued working with Downtown OKC, Inc. in their economic development and Business Improvement District
efforts.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Continue to support the MAPS for KIDS project and the Trust oversight of the tax and bond revenue.
Continue to support the MAPS process to ensure the successful development of each project.
Continue to explore bringing nonstop air service to Oklahoma City.
Continue efforts to make area beautification a top civic priority.
Continue to work with the State, Oklahoma County and local Chambers of Commerce on economic development
efforts.
Continue to assist the Memorial Foundation.
Continue to support the Native American Cultural facility.
Continue to host the Mayor’s Magazine monthly television show.
Continue to work on restoring the inner core of Oklahoma City by working with Downtown OKC, Inc. and other
entities.
Continue close working relationships with all branches of government including local, state and national, and local
school boards.
Host and organize the Annual Mayor’s Tree Lighting Ceremony.




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                                          OFFICE OF THE CITY COUNCIL

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The City Council, composed of eight members elected by Ward, completes the City's legislative branch of
government. City Council members:
•          Establish policy through the adoption of ordinances (local legislation) and resolutions (statements of
           official policy/procedures);
•          Review and adopt the City's operating and capital budgets, establish financial policies and oversee
           financial activities of the City;
•          Advocate proposals to further economic, cultural and fiscal development of the City;
•          Formulate and support appropriate state and federal legislative programs to the advantage of the City;
•          Select and remove the City Manager, City Auditor, Municipal Counselor and Municipal Judges;
•          Identify citizens for nomination to the City's boards, trusts and commissions (confirmation is required by a
           majority vote of the total Council);
•          Serve on trusts that operate or assist in the financing for certain City facilities and equipment; and
•          Maintain effective communication with constituents, as well as business and professional organizations,
           to ensure sound policy/operations of the City.

Three professional and one support staff member serve eight Council members. Responsibilities of the Council
staff include:
•          Provide information regarding City functions, services, policies and ordinances to the general public and
           City Council;
•          Provide regular reports to Council concerning requests for information, service and/or complaints;
•          Coordinate citizen and neighborhood meetings for Council participating in individual meetings with
           citizens and groups;
•          Maintain an effective liaison with City staff;
•          Maintain general knowledge of issues and provide timely and accurate follow up of information to Council
           and citizens;
•          Establish and maintain lines of communication with Neighborhood Associations/Homeowner Groups,
           community and professional organizations;
•          Identify common concerns and apply standard research methods and analytical support to problem
           resolution and the presentation of alternatives, with recommendations for program, policy and procedural
           changes;
•          Provide candidate information to the Mayor's Office for appointments to board and commission positions;
•          Provide assistance to Council committees, Trusts, Boards and Commissions;
•          Assist in the development, implementation, analysis and preservation of the City’s annual State and
           Federal Legislative Issues, work with State and Federal lobbyist and coordinate annual legislative events;
•          Strengthen relationships with Federal, State and County elected officials by provi ding information,
           coordination of infrastructure projects and assistance with mutual constituent concerns;
•          Assist in economic development efforts with the Chamber of Commerce and work with local developers
           on related zoning or permit processes;
•          Support the MAPS, MAPS for Kids, Police and Fire Equipment Capital Program, Empowerment Zone and
           Enterprise Zone programs and Weed/Seed program;
•          Provide administrative support for Council members including: general correspondence, surveys, travel
           arrangements, presentation of special projects or reports, citations, proclamations, speeches, meeting
           notices and dedication of public facilities;
•          Support Council members involved in State and National Committees;
•          Provide an annual performance activity report to be used in cost allocation and management audits;

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•            Provide for the orientation of new Council members and updates of the Council/Staff Reference Manual;
•            Plan, coordinate, implement and supervise special events sponsored by or inclusive of the City/Council;
•            Assist City Manager and staff with program activities which include the City Council, or in the
             development and presentation of policy issues;
•            Support Council by identifying policy/ordinance issues, performing research, making recommendations
             and providing review of other jurisdictions.
•            Support the City Council program on Channel 20 – “ From City Hall.”
•            Serve as Program manager for the Youth Council of Oklahoma City.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

City Council continued to support the implementation of the Metropolitan Area Projects (MAPS), MAPS for KIDS,
Empowerment/Enterprise Zone programs, and Weed/Seed program.
Worked closely with the Oklahoma delegation and key leaders in Washington, D.C. to obtain federal funding and
advance the City’s legislative issues to the benefit of Oklahoma City residents.
Two Council members served as Board of Directors and one Council member was appointed to the Human
Development Steering Committee of the National League of Cities.
Participated in personnel reviews for Council appointed employees, including salary adjustments.
Encouraged strong community relationships in meeting with citizens, neighborhood organizations, professional
organizations and County/State elected officials.
Supported City-related events/activities and dedicated public facilities.
Identified and recommended improvements to policies that represent inconsistencies of application/enforcement.
Strengthened relationships with state and federal legislative representatives by attending the National League of
Cities as well as coordinating annual Congressional Briefing and State legislative luncheon.
Supported the implementation of all General Obligation Bond Programs.
Supported economic development efforts in Oklahoma City by working with chambers of commerce and
developers.
Worked with County and State governments on mutually beneficial projects.
Provided for Council workshops related to financial and operational policy issues and the development of the
City’s Vision Project.
Assisted City Manager and other Departmental staff with budgetary and proposed policy issues.
Supported effective liaison responsibilities between the City Manager and staff as it related to policy issues
affecting functions/operations.
Served as members of the Empowerment Zone Governance Committee.
Fully implemented the Youth Council of Oklahoma City administrative contract with Youth Leadership Exchange
for administration of the program.
Assisted the federal lobbyist in securing funding for the Native American Cultural Center.
Contract approved with First Tee and The First Tee of Metropolitan Oklahoma City.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Support the continued implementation of the MAPS program with accountability to the citizens, provide for the
dedication of facilities built or renovated as part of the MAPS program and support private development along the
canal.
Support the implementation of Empowerment/ Enterprise programs.
Participate and support the City’s Vision Project.
Support Council members who serve on National League of Cities Committees.




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Support public and private redevelopment of the area impacted by the bombing of the Murrah Federal building.
Support the implementation of current General Obligation (GO) Bond programs and future development of GO
programs.
Support the development and implementation of the City’s Homeland Security Program in Oklahoma City.
Support various organizations to the advancement of the quality of life in our City.
Encourage strong community relationships in meeting with citizen and neighborhood organizations.
Develop relationships with homeowners and neighborhood associations which were affected by the ward
redistricting.
Support economic development efforts in Oklahoma City.
Support the implementation of the Police and Fire Equipment Sales Tax.
Assist and support the City in all federal and state legislative efforts, coordinate annual legislative events.
Support the Youth Council of Oklahoma City.
Support financing initiatives for Project KIDS.
Continue the monthly City Council program – “ From City Hall.”

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                          Actual     Target      Estimated          Target
                                                                         FY 01-02   FY 02-03      FY 02-03         FY 03-04
        Respond to citizen complaints          and    requests     for
 1.
        information or service.                                            19,000     19,000           20,000          20,000
 2.     Requests referred by County/State Officials.                           90         90               100               75
 3.     Neighborhood/Homeowner Associations assisted.                        90%        90%               90%             90%
        Neighborhood meetings organized or facilitated to
 4.
        resolve a specific project or policy.                                   5           5                 6               5
 5.     Policy issues identified that result in detailed review.                2           2                 2               2




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                                   BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
MAYOR AND COUNCIL
GENERAL FUND

         POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                             RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

         EXEC ASST TO THE COUNCIL             025            1           1
         EXEC ASSISTANT TO MAYOR              025            1           1
         ASST TO THE MAYOR                    025            1           1
         SPEC ASST TO COUNCIL II              513            3           2
         OFFICE SPECIALIST I, Non-Union       311            0           1
         SECRETARY II NON-UNION               309            1           0

         TOTAL POSITIONS                                     7           6




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                            MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE
DEPARTMENT GOAL

To represent and defend the City, elected officials and employees, and municipal trusts in legal
proceedings; to advise the Mayor and Council, City Manager, Department Heads and Trusts,
Boards and Commissions; to prepare opinions and ordinances; to review for legality City
Council docket items; to review and process claims filed pursuant to the Governmental Tort
Claims Act; to collect for damage to the City and its Trusts' property, and for workers’
compensation benefits paid to City employees who were injured as the result of negligent acts
of third parties; to prosecute violations of City ordinances in the Municipal Court; and to provide
support to the Metropolitan Area Projects (MAPS) and MAPS for Kids projects (OCMAPS).




                                                        Mayor and
                                                        City Council


                                                         Municipal
                                                         Counselor


               Criminal             Contracts   Litigation      Administrative   Labor               Land
               Justice                                            Services                           Use




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                                MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR’S OFFICE
                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04            Percent
                                                  Actual      Adopted      Adopted             Change
                                                               Budget       Budget

General Fund                                      4,533,916    4,396,081    4,236,024             -3.64%
Juvenile Justice Program                            162,343      180,111      114,494            -36.43%
Enforcement & Training                                4,922       24,269       24,269              0.00%
Special Purpose Fund                                      0        7,588        7,588              0.00%

Department Total                                  4,701,181    4,608,049    4,382,375             -4.90%


                                             SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04            Percent
                                                              Adopted      Adopted             Change
                                                               Budget       Budget

General Fund                                       54.5         52           48                   -7.69%
Juvenile Justice Program                            3           3             2                  -33.33%
Enforcement & Training                              0           0             0                       N/A
Special Purpose Fund                                0           0             0                       N/A

Department Total                                   57.5         55           50                   -9.09%


                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                                  Actual      Adopted      Adopted              Change
                                                              Budget        Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                                 4,106,495    3,985,792     3,834,442             -3.80%
Other Services & Charges                            324,033      306,715       316,608              3.23%
Supplies                                            103,388      103,574        84,974            -17.96%
Capital Outlay                                            0            0             0                 N/A
Transfers                                                 0            0             0                 N/A

Fund Total                                        4,533,916    4,396,081     4,236,024              -3.64%




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                                                   FY 01-02       FY 02-03     FY 03-04           Percent
                                                    Actual        Adopted      Adopted            Change
                                                                   Budget       Budget
Juvenile Justice Fund
Personal Services                                    156,293        173,817      108,200           -37.75%
Other Services & Charges                                 457            700          700             0.00%
Supplies                                               5,593          5,594        5,594             0.00%
Capital Outlay                                             0              0            0                N/A
Transfers                                                  0              0            0                N/A

Fund Total                                           162,343        180,111      114,494           -36.43%

                                                   FY 01-02       FY 02-03     FY 03-04           Percent
                                                    Actual        Adopted      Adopted            Change
                                                                   Budget       Budget
Court Administration & Training Fund
Personal Services                                       2,574         22,869      22,869              0.00%
Other Services & Charges                                    0              0           0                 N/A
Supplies                                                2,348          1,400       1,400              0.00%
Capital Outlay                                              0              0           0                 N/A
Transfers                                                   0              0           0                 N/A

Fund Total                                              4,922         24,269      24,269              0.00%

Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                             0            0            0                N/A
Other Services & Charges                                      0        7,588        7,588             0.00%
Supplies                                                      0            0            0                N/A
Capital Outlay                                                0            0            0                N/A
Transfers                                                     0            0            0                N/A

Fund Total                                                    0        7,588        7,588             0.00%

Department Total                                    4,701,181      4,608,049    4,382,375             -4.90%


                                              SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
 General Fund                                                                          Amount           Positions
 1.    Deleted Legal Assistant I.                                                          (66,346)          (1)
 2.    Deleted Legal Assistant II.                                                         (68,231)          (1)
 3.    Deleted Assistant Municipal Counselor I in Juvenile Justice.                        (89,970)          (1)
 4     Deleted Assistant Municipal Counselor III in Administrative Services.              (133,971)          (1)
 5.    Deleted Deputy Municipal Counselor.                                                (140,176)          (1)




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                                            MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR'S OFFICE

SUMMARY OF DEPARTMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Office of the Municipal Counselor has six (6) divisions: Labor; Criminal Justice; Land Use; Litigation;
Administrative Services and Contracts. This Office is responsible for providing legal counsel in the following
ways:
Represents the City in lawsuits and defends, as authorized by City Charter and State law, City elected officials
and employees who, as a result of the performance of their duties, are defendants in civil actions.
Processes all claims filed against the City under the Governmental Tort Claims Act and pursues collection
proceedings for damage to City property, subrogation, contract litigation, delinquent utility payments and
hotel/motel tax collections.
Advises and represents the Traffic Commission, Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment and other land use
commissions or committees in all civil actions pertaining to land use, condemnation and technical codes, and
handles all legal matters relating to declarations of public nuisances, dilapidated structures, weed abatement,
wreckers and all matters pertaining to environmental concerns.
Monitors pending State legislation, advises the Mayor and Council and City Manager in matters regarding such
legislation, attends Council Legislative Committee meetings, and prepares proposals for new legislation or
amendments to statutes affecting municipal concerns.
Prepares all items necessary to the calling of elections for City officials, bond issues, franchise elections, sales tax
proposals, Charter amendments and City questions.
Handles all legal aspects of the competitive bidding process, including preparation and/or reviews of all
specifications and contracts to which the City or its Trusts are a party, and attends Bid Review Committee
meetings.
Advises the Personnel Department, reviews collective bargaining agreements, reviews health insurance
programs, represents the City in arbitration hearings involving employee or union grievances and prepares the
City's response to complaints filed with the EEOC.
Advises and represents many of the Public Trusts of which the City is a beneficiary and renders advice
concerning municipal finance to the City Manager's Office, Office of Management and Budget and Finance
Department.
Advises on matters of revenue, taxation, accounting and auditing to enable compliance with State laws, Charter,
and City ordinances. Advises staff on routine legal inquiries pertaining to budgeting and finance.
Prepares and reviews all ordinances submitted to the Mayor and Council, oversees the codification of municipal
ordinances, prepares legal opinions and legal memoranda requested by and through the City Manager, Mayor
and Council.
The primary duty of the Criminal Justice Division attorneys is to prosecute violators of municipal ordinances in the
Municipal Court of Record and handle all appeals in the Court of Criminal Appeals. Secondary duties include the
release of impounded vehicles, reviewing criminal charges generated by the Police and Fire Departments, and
assorted inspectors from Neighborhood Services, Public Works and Wastewater Departments, responding to
citizen, police and city officials’ inquiries, expungement of criminal records and return of personal property. The
Police Legal Advisor provides advice to the Police Chief and his staff, handles stolen property disposition dockets,
open records requests and represents the Chief’s Office when department records are subpoenaed. Juvenile
Justice attorneys now prosecute juveniles for violation of any municipal ordinance to include, assault and battery,
shoplifting, destroying property, curfew violations and disorderly conduct.




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2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

LITIGATION

Tenth Circuit Litigation – representing the City and/or its employees in four appeals, one arguing the grant of
Judgment to the City should be affirmed, one arguing the District Court erred in denying the employees’ Motion to
Dismiss, one arguing the District Court erred in granting judgment against the City, and one arguing the court
correctly overruled a Motion for New Trial after a jury verdict in favor of the City.
Tried two cases before a jury and a third in front of a Judge with satisfactory results.
Summary Judgment obtained in several cases and the Plaintiffs dismissed several more cases after dispositive
motions were filed.
Conducted several meetings of Information Technology Committee, and Strategic Plan Working Group, Claims
Database Working Group, Litigation Database Working Group, Opinion Database Working Group, File Folder
Organization and Security Working Group, and Paperless Office Working Group; negotiated with Information
Technology Department representatives, including Director, Mark Meier.
Successfully obtained the dismissal of the City or its employees in numerous other cases.
The Office of the Municipal Counselor opened 289 tort claims for the period of July 1, 2002 through January 1,
2003. During this same period, this Office processed 295 tort claims. Currently, there are 140 open tort claims.
The Office of the Municipal Counselor collected $329,560 to date for damage to City property.

LAND USE

Reviewed and prepared documents for the implementation of the Bricktown Entertainment Center and Bass Pro
Outdoor World Projects.
Successfully defended the City in the case of Harry R. McMullen, Jr. Trust v. The City of Oklahoma City, Case
No. CJ-2001-3794-65, involving validity of Downtown Business Improvement District (Downtown BID).
Filed Amicus Curiae Briefs-in-Support of Defendant’s Motions to Dismiss in the case of Bricktown 2000, Inc.,
(Moshe Tal) et al, v. Dan Randolf Hogan, Case No. CIV-02-0324-F.
Prepared Parking Development Agreement and Ground Lease with Bricktown Parking Investors, L.L.C. to
develop and operate parking facility north of Bricktown.
Filed numerous condemnation cases for street, drainage and water projects.
Prepared Deeds and Easements for closing on the Real Estate Exchange Agreement for the Hammons Hotel and
parking garage site and Ford Center.
Defended City against allegations of misuse of Police/Fire Sales Tax.
Defended City in case of Harry McMullan v. OKC (Downtown BID).
Helped on further implementation of Bass Pro Project.
Assisted in development of amendments to OKC Charter.
Assisted in implementation of OCMAPS Sales Tax program.
Helped in development of City’s 2003 State Legislative Program.
Won summary judgment, Keel v. City, CJ-2001-663.
Resolved 13 foreclosure requests by Neighborhood Services Department.
Won Motion for Summary Judgment in Shields Catering and Banquet, Inc. and Charles A. Shadid, LLC, Case No.
CJ-2002-6840, on abuse of process, malicious use of process and inverse condemnation claims.
Prepared major ordinance revisions to the Historical Preservation ordinance.




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LABOR DIVISION

The labor and employment division provides advice and counseling to management on the interpretation and
                                                                  f
application of state and federal laws that apply to matters o municipal employment. The division provides
assistance to management on employment issues that arise in the negotiation, interpretation and application of
the three collective bargaining agreements the City has with employee bargaining units. In 2002-03, the labor
division assisted in the settlement of a collective bargaining agreement with AFSCME at mediation, and assisted
in the settlement of the IAFF collective bargaining agreement after interest arbitration. The division also provides
representation for management in grievance arbitrations in which employment disputes covered by a collective
bargaining agreement are presented to a federal arbitrator for final resolution. There are currently eight (8)
grievance arbitrations scheduled to be heard before the end of the fiscal year: two (2) with the FOP, one (1) with
the IAFF, and five (5) with AFSCME.
This division provides legal representation to the City and City employees in court cases arising from complaints
                                             l
that allege a violation of employment aws, including representation in EEOC mediations and settlement
conferences, to explore the possibility of resolving a dispute before a trial is required. Representation is provided
in all courts, and the division currently has matters pending in state and federal court, as well as in the Tenth
Circuit Court of Appeals.
The labor division provides legal assistance to the personnel department employee benefits division. In 2002-03,
the labor division has collected $26,323 in subrogation claims against parties responsible for requiring the City to
pay healthcare claims for City employees.

CRIMINAL JUSTICE
The Criminal Justice Division represents the City at approximately 63 scheduled dockets in the Municipal Court
each week. Attorneys prepare appellate pleadings, respond and appear for the City at the Oklahoma Court of
Criminal Appeals. There were five (5) new appeals. State law expanded the expungement laws, and 64
expungement cases have opened to date. A response must be filed in each case and the City represented in the
appropriate district court.
Most of the 22,935 jury division cases handled in the past seven (7) months, required plea-bargaining either by
telephone, fax or office visit by the attorney representing the defendant. This division further makes quasi-judicial
determinations of legal interests on impoundment of vehicle issues (approximately 100 per month) and conducts
impound hearings. Over 3,000 telephone calls per month are answered from citizens, attorneys and enforcement
officers. F inally, 3,542 citizens were provided personal response to their questions, requests and/or other
demands.
The division is currently staffed with six (6) full-time attorneys and the police legal advisor. The support staff
consists of one (1) secretary and five (5) secretaries, who obtain evidentiary laboratory reports, follow up with
outside investigative agencies, find and assemble over 9,064 jury division case files to date. Each case file
includes a criminal information, background reports, driving records and other information useful to the
prosecution of the case filed against a defendant.
Oklahoma City Municipal Court has two divisions: jury and non-jury. Due to court rescheduling, manpower shifts
and the backlog of unresolved cases, each disposition attorney has a minimum caseload of 3,200 jury division
cases. Approximately 1,390 juvenile cases were filed concerning curfew, larceny violations, charges relating to
destruction of property, marijuana, and assault and battery.
This office reviews, analyzes, amends, endorses or declines all citations individually, issued by approximately
1,000 uniformed police officers, 40 code inspectors, 18 animal control officers, the Fire Department, City-County
Health Department, and approximately 18 parking enforcement personnel, as well as occasional citations from
the Water and Sanitation departments. To date, the attorneys have reviewed and endorsed approximately 62,560
traffic and criminal cases. The resulting fines, costs, fees and forfeitures received by the Oklahoma City
Municipal Court for all cases to date of $6,807,986.
The Police Legal Advisor offices in this division and provides advice to the Chief of Police and his staff. That
position is also tasked with resolving stolen property dispositions, open record requests, review legislative issues
that could affect the Police Department, research and prepare legal opinions as directed by the Municipal
Counselor.




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ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES

Prepared and assisted in negotiating various claims issues relating to the Library/Learning Center, the Riverfront
Development and Dam Projects, and the Civic Center Music Hall.
Provided legal assistance in developing a settlement agreement regarding Library/Learning Center structural
issues.
Worked with staff on a contract between the City of Oklahoma City, an artist, and the State of Oklahoma relating
to the Oklahoma Land Run Sculpture, at an estimated cost of $5,000,000.
Provided legal assistance in the Library panel litigation.
Negotiated contract between the Facilities Group and the OCMAPS Trust for Program Management.
Settled Library structural issue with the Library architect for over $500,000.
Drafted the new procedure, specifications, and contract for the OCPPA for purchase of third party natural gas
supply and management services for several City and Trust facilities and entities.
Drafted the request for proposals and contracts for software and license purchase and software implementation
for the new enterprise resource planning system.
Drafted the request for proposals, and negotiated and drafted the contract for operation and maintenance of the
wastewater treatment facilities and sludge disposal services.
Drafted procedure and resolution of the City and OCWUT making an election regarding the annual aliquot cost in
accordance with the McGee Creek Authority Trust Indenture.
Drafted permits for surveys and geophysical exploration on the Lake Atoka reservoir and reservation for Veritas
DGC Land, Inc., and Chesapeake Operating, Inc.
Worked closely with the Zoo, COTPA and R         emington Park, who occupied City-owned land in the area of the
Amateur Softball Association facilities to restructure the lease agreements among the entities.
Assisted with the condemnation, purchase and leasing of real estate involving seven (7) landowners for the
development of the new Downtown Transit Center, and worked closely with COTPA and Public Works to develop
consulting and contracting documents to construct the facility.

CONTRACTS

During FY 2002-2003, this Division continued to represent the departments and divisions assigned.      This
included review and approval of bid specifications, as well as procurement and construction contracts. The
number of total agenda docket and advertised items exceeded 1,200.
An employment lawsuit alleging discrimination and retaliation was successfully defended.
Drafted the Oklahoma City Public Property Authority policy on the use of golf carts by the disabled.
Metropolitan Youth Development/Education Foundation, Inc. was designated as a Chapter of the National First
Tee Organization.
The Division successfully represented the Office of Workforce Development in an audit by the Oklahoma
Employment Security Commission.
Received assignment to represent the City’s interests regarding a Southwestern Bell tariff on cellular 911 calls.
Filed a joint pleading with the 911 Association of Central Oklahoma Governments at the Corporation Commission.
Attended meetings, and held phone conferences with City staff, ACOG, The Oklahoma Municipal League, The
City of Tulsa, and SBC legal counsel.
Drafted and Council adopted an ordinance for additional court cost fees, which will result in an estimated
additional 8,000,000 income for the City.
A division employee received a Certificate of Achievement in Public Plan Policy Employee Pensions after taking a
32-hour course and passing a comprehensive examination given by the International Foundation of Employee
Benefit Plans.
There was a successful defense of the City against Metro Wrecker’s Application for Injunction to prevent the City
from contracting with another wrecker company to service a portion of the City.




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2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Continue to respond promptly and professionally to requests for legal opinions and assistance.
Continue to provide effective representation for The City Of Oklahoma City, its Trusts and its employees in all
cases brought against them by any person or entity.
Continue to review and file, or decline to file, all Court of Record - Jury Division charges within 48 hours from
receiving all reports and to effectively prosecute the violators of City Ordinances, including juveniles as provided
by statute.
Continue to review and make recommendations to Council on all claims filed under the Governmental Tort Claims
Act within 90 days of receipt of claim.
Continue to collect delinquent funds owed to the City for damages to City property, and hotel-motel tax payments.
Continue to further improve bidding and contracting documents.
Continue to furnish prompt legal support to all aspects of MAPS and MAPS for Kids.
Continue to better educate the client concerning both the accomplishments and objectives of municipal finance
law. Under Oklahoma law, municipal finance errors potentially result in personal liability and loss of position for
both clients and attorneys; virtually no other professional relationship carries such an extensive dual sanction.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                    Actual     Target       Estimated           Target
                                                                   FY 01-02   FY 02-03       FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Jury Division charges filed.                                14,633     15,000          13,596           14,000
 2.      Jury Division charges disposed.                             25,127     25,500            20,808          22,000
 3.      Traffic cases filed.                                       103,954    105,000            72,696          74,000
 4.      Traffic cases disposed.                                   115,183*    116,000            93,156          95,000
 5.      Juvenile cases filed.                                        2,245      2,500              2,088           2,200
 6.      Juvenile cases disposed.                                     4,139      4,500              3,768           4,000
 7.      Criminal cases filed.                                         N/A        N/A               6,504           6,700
 8.      Criminal cases disposed.                                      N/A        N/A               7,572           7,800
 9.      Tort claims processed.                                        574         600                590             625
 10.     Tort claims opened and investigated.                          400         425                578             600
 11.     Collections received including subrogation.               $675,768   $680,000        $507,864         $515,000
*Does not include cases where the individual mailed in the fine.




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                                    BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR’S OFFICE
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR                  000            0            1
          MUNICIPAL COUNSELOR                  000            1            0
          DEPUTY MUN COUNSELOR                 615            2            1
          ASST MUN COUNSELOR III               614            7            6
          ASST MUN COUNSELOR II                613           11           11
          ASST MUN COUNSELOR I                 612            7            7
          LAW OFFICE ADMINISTRATOR             611            1            1
          LEGAL ASST II                        610            1            0
          LEGAL ADMIN SPEC                     609            3            3
          LEGAL ASST I                         608            2            1
          LEGAL INVESTIGATOR                   608            1            1
          LEGAL SECRETARY II                   607            4            4
          LEGAL CLERK I                        605            1            1
          LEGAL SECRETARY I                    605            9            9
          LEGAL RECEPTIONIST                   602            1            1
          LEGAL CLERK II                       602            1            1

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                    52           48

MUNUNICIPAL COUNSELOR’S OFFICE
JUVENILE JUSTICE

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          ASST MUN COUNSELOR I                 612            2            1
          LEGAL SECRETARY I                    605            1            1

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                     3            2




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                      NON-DEPARTMENTAL ALLOCATIONS
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To aggregate City-wide funding needs that are not identified with any one department.



                                            City Council




                                           City Manager




                                         Non-Departmental
                                          Administered by
                                           The Office of
                                          Management &
                                             Budget




                                                                       Convention &
     Contingency                                                      Visitors Bureau
       Funds                                                        Contracted Service
                                                                    Funded by Hotel
                                                                    & Motel Tax

                     Subsidies & Transfers           General Expenses
                       Street Resurfacing              Utilities & Rent
                       Arbitrage Rebate                Misc. Contractual Services
                        Retiree Health Insurance       Economic Development
                       EMSA                            Professional Service Contracts
                        Capital Improvements




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                             NON-DEPARTMENTAL ALLOCATIONS
                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                 FY 01-02      FY 02-03      FY 03-04             Percent
                                                  Actual       Proposed      Proposed             Change
                                                                Budget        Budget

General Fund
 Operating                                       16,837,273    19,327,563    17,550,543             -9.19%
 Retiree Health Subsidy                          11,900,000    16,837,833    17,404,478              3.37%
 Transfer for Capital Projects                    5,075,000     3,935,000     3,668,000             -6.79%
 Transfer for Street Resurfacing                  6,084,508     5,019,018     5,019,018              0.00%
Convention and Visitor's Bureau                   2,922,664     2,966,216     2,727,569             -8.05%
MAPS Operations Fund                                700,000    11,770,696     8,220,696            -30.16%
Small Federal Grants                                      0       500,000       500,000              0.00%
Police & Fire Capital Projects Fund                       0     7,000,000     7,000,000              0.00%
City & Schools Cap. Projects Use Tax                      0     3,640,454             0           -100.00%
OKC Improv & Spec Svcs Assess Dist                  697,751     1,323,431     1,323,431              0.00%
Arbitrage Reserve Fund                              734,666       850,000        70,000            -91.76%
Debt Service Fund                                41,715,876    43,102,996    47,396,635              9.96%
Special Purpose Funds                                     0       115,288         1,581            -98.63%

Total Department                                 86,667,738   116,388,495   110,881,951               -4.73%


                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                 FY 01-02      FY 02-03      FY 03-04             Percent
                                                  Actual       Proposed      Proposed             Change
                                                                Budget        Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                                   198,748     2,676,121        49,791             -98.14%
Other Services & Charges                         12,659,585    14,519,270    14,392,089              -0.88%
Supplies                                             61,487        52,500        52,500               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                    1,462,560     1,398,672     1,282,216              -8.33%
Debt Service                                          7,175        10,000        10,000               0.00%
Transfers                                        25,507,226    26,462,851    27,855,443               5.26%

Fund Total                                       39,896,781    45,119,414    43,642,039               -3.27%


Convention and Visitors Bureau
Personal Services                                         0             0             0                   N/A
Other Services & Charges                          2,922,664     2,966,216     2,727,569               -8.05%
Supplies                                                  0             0             0                   N/A
Capital Outlay                                            0             0             0                   N/A
Transfers                                                 0             0             0                   N/A

Fund Total                                        2,922,664     2,966,216     2,727,569               -8.05%




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                                               FY 01-02       FY 02-03         FY 03-04               Percent
                                                Actual        Proposed         Proposed               Change
                                                               Budget           Budget
MAPS Operations Fund
Personal Services                                      0               0                0                    N/A
Other Services & Charges                               0               0        7,870,696                    N/A
Supplies                                               0               0                0                    N/A
Capital Outlay                                         0               0                0                    N/A
Transfers                                        700,000      11,770,696          350,000               -97.03%

Fund Total                                       700,000      11,770,696        8,220,696               -97.03%

Federal Grants
Personal Services                                         0           0                  0                   N/A
Other Services & Charges                                  0     500,000            500,000                0.00%
Supplies                                                  0           0                  0                   N/A
Capital Outlay                                            0           0                  0                   N/A
Transfers                                                 0           0                  0                   N/A

Fund Total                                                0     500,000            500,000                0.00%

Public Safety Capital Sales Tax
Personal Services                                         0            0                0                    N/A
Other Services & Charges                                  0            0                0                    N/A
Supplies                                                  0            0                0                    N/A
Capital Outlay                                            0    7,000,000 (a)    7,000,000 (b)             0.00%
Transfers                                                 0            0                0                    N/A

Fund Total                                                0    7,000,000        7,000,000                 0.00%

City and Schools Capital Use Tax
Personal Services                                         0            0                    0               N/A
Other Services & Charges                                  0            0                    0               N/A
Supplies                                                  0            0                    0               N/A
Capital Outlay                                            0      606,160                    0         -100.00%
Transfers                                                 0    3,034,294                    0         -100.00%

Fund Total                                                0    3,640,454                    0         -100.00%

Notes:
(a) Includes $6,850,000 in reappropriations.
(b) Includes $5,412,010 in reappropriations.




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                                            FY 01-02        FY 02-03      FY 03-04             Percent
                                             Actual         Proposed      Proposed             Change
                                                             Budget        Budget

OKC Improvements and Special Assessments Districts
Personal Services                             0                      0             0                   N/A
Other Services & Charges                  6,175                      0             0                   N/A
Supplies                                      0                      0             0                   N/A
Capital Outlay                                0                      0             0                   N/A
Transfers                              691,576               1,323,431     1,323,431                0.00%

Fund Total                                    697,751        1,323,431     1,323,431                0.00%

Arbitrage Reserve Fund
Personal Services                                   0               0             0                   N/A
Other Services & Charges                      734,666         850,000        70,000              -91.76%
Supplies                                            0               0             0                   N/A
Capital Outlay                                      0               0             0                   N/A
Transfers                                           0               0             0                   N/A

Fund Total                                    734,666         850,000        70,000              -91.76%

Debt Service Fund
Personal Services                                    0               0             0                   N/A
Other Services & Charges                             0               0             0                   N/A
Supplies                                             0               0             0                   N/A
Capital Outlay                                       0               0             0                   N/A
Debt Service                                41,715,876      43,102,996    47,396,635                9.96%
Transfers                                            0               0             0                   N/A

Fund Total                                  41,715,876      43,102,996    47,396,635                9.96%

Special Purpose Funds
Personal Services                                      0        15,000             0           -100.00%
Other Services & Charges                               0        20,288         1,581            -92.21%
Supplies                                               0        35,000             0           -100.00%
Capital Outlay                                         0        45,000             0           -100.00%
Transfers                                              0             0             0                 N/A

Fund Total                                             0      115,288          1,581             -98.63%

Total Department                            86,667,738     116,388,495   110,881,951               -4.73%




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                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                              Amount            Positions
1.      Increased Retiree Health Subsidy.                                                    736,645             0
2.      Reduced transfer to Arbitrage Reserve Fund due to lower interest rates.            (200,000)             0
3.      Decreased utilities at Ford Center and Cox Convention Center.                      (365,122)             0
4.      Increased subsidy for SMG operations at Cox Convention Center.                       196,697             0
5.      Reduced Economic Development Contracts by 11%.                                       (90,176)            0
6.      Decreased Salary Reserve.                                                        (4,000,000)             0


7.      Increased subsidy for EMSA.                                                          471,328             0


MAPS Operations Fund                                                                       Amount           Positions
1.      Budgeted remaining appropriation for Urban Renewal Bass Pro Shop Project.          7,870,696             0
2.      Reduced support for SMG operation of Cox Convention Center.                          (50,000)            0


City and Schools Capital Projects Use Tax                                                 Amount            Positions
1.      Eliminated funding for Urban Renewal Bass Pro Shop Project (completed).          (3,034,294)             0


                                               NON-DEPARTMENTAL

SUMMARY OF DEPARTMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Non-Departmental is a budgeting mechanism for identifying and funding programs that are City-wide in nature
and miscellaneous projects that reflect Council policy. City-wide expenses such as utilities, economic
development resources and contingency reserves are budgeted in this departmental designation. The
Department does not provide direct services to citizens and there are no staff positions assigned to the
Department.




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                                   PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To recruit, select, and place the best qualified candidates in Oklahoma City's public and private
workforce. To ensure that the makeup of the City's workforce reflects the rich ethnic and
gender diversity of the community. To manage and recommend approval of the necessary
human resource programs to keep The City of Oklahoma City competitive. To train and
develop the City's workforce to reach their full potential in the administration of their
responsibilities, thereby ensuring that the City's business is done efficiently.




                                                      City Manager



                                                       Personnel
                                                      Administration



                            Labor Relations   Personnel           Employee      Office of
                             and Training     Operations           Benefits    Workforce
                                                                              Development




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                                            PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT
                                              SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                   FY 01-02     FY 02-03         FY 03-04             Percent
                                                    Actual      Adopted          Adopted              Change
                                                                 Budget           Budget

Administration                                       764,197      787,449           725,568            -7.86%
Operations                                           810,274      755,258           661,920           -12.36%
Benefits                                             385,225      358,301           409,115            14.18%
Training and Development                                   0            0                 0                N/A
Labor Relations and Training                         403,756      428,851           374,741           -12.62%
Special Purpose Fund                                  16,250          600            28,362          4627.00%

Personnel Department Total                          2,379,702    2,330,459        2,199,706              -5.61%

Office of Workforce Development                     5,171,120    5,481,504        5,300,938 (b)          -3.29%

Department Total (a)                                7,550,822    7,811,963        7,500,644              -3.99%

NOTES:
(a) OWD is not included in Personnel Department Total or Percent Change.
(b) OWD budget may change due to grant amounts being finalized after the start of the fiscal year.


                                               SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                   FY 01-02     FY 02-03         FY 03-04             Percent
                                                    Actual      Adopted          Adopted              Change
                                                                 Budget           Budget

Administration                                              4            4                  4             0.00%
Operations                                                 15           13                 10           -23.08%
Benefits                                                    9            8                  7           -12.50%
Training and Development                                  0.0            0                  0                N/A
Labor Relations and Training                                7            6                  6             0.00%

Personnel Department Total (a)                            35            31                 27           -12.90%

Office of Workforce Development                           41            44                 27           -38.64%

NOTES:
(a) OWD is not included in Personnel Department Total or Percent Change.




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                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                             FY 01-02          FY 02-03          FY 03-04              Percent
                                              Actual           Adopted           Adopted               Change
                                                               Budget             Budget

General Fund
Personal Services                             2,147,635         2,095,081          1,820,562             -13.10%
Other Services & Charges                        186,415           209,332            331,758              58.48%
Supplies                                         29,402            25,446             19,024             -25.24%
Capital Outlay                                        0                 0                  0                  N/A
Transfers                                             0                 0                  0                  N/A

Fund Total                                    2,363,452         2,329,859          2,171,344               -6.80%

Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                      0                 0                  0                N/A
Other Services & Charges                          16,250               600             28,362          4627.00%
Supplies                                               0                 0                  0                N/A
Capital Outlay                                         0                 0                  0                N/A
Transfers                                              0                 0                  0                N/A

Fund Total                                        16,250               600             28,362          4627.00%

Federal Fund - Office of Workforce Development
Personal Services                         2,297,570             2,505,858          1,662,743             -33.65%
Other Services & Charges                  2,775,915             2,902,620          3,596,195              23.89%
Supplies                                     97,634                73,026             42,000             -42.49%
Capital Outlay                                    0                     0                  0                  N/A
Transfers                                         0                     0                  0                  N/A

Fund Total                                    5,171,120         5,481,504          5,300,938 (b)           -3.29%

Department Total                              7,550,822         7,811,963          7,500,644               -3.99%

NOTES:
(a) OWD is not included in Personnel Department Total or Percent Change.
(b) OWD budget may change due to grant amounts being finalized after the start of the fiscal year.




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                                       SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                            Amount          Positions
1.      Deleted one Personnel Analyst in Classification/Compensation.                    (55,848)            (1)
2.      Deleted one Customer Service Representative II in Personnel Operations.          (34,305)            (1)
3.      Deleted one Personnel Analyst in Employment Services.                            (55,719)            (1)
4.      Deleted one Office Assistant II in Employee Benefits.                            (44,933)            (1)


Federal Fund                                                                          Amount            Positions
1.      Deleted six positions in Program Management.                                   (306,505)             (6)
2.      Deleted 11 positions in Adult Program Operations.                              (587,440)            (11)
3.      Deleted three positions in Program Operations.                                 (171,219)             (3)
4.      Added two Job Training Specialists in Adult Programs.                          (122,190)              2
5.      Reduced Youth Program Contracts.                                             (1,014,779)              0
6.      Added funding for Adult Program Contracts.                                       346,147              0
7.      Increased Pass-through money for Association of Central Oklahoma               1,456,145              0
        Governments.
8.      Increased Pass-through money for Oklahoma County.                                  50,933             0




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                                                ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Administration Division plans, directs, monitors and evaluates the goals, functions and activities of each
division to ensure personnel services are provided in an efficient manner. The Division is also responsible for the
City's personnel policies, procedures and the administration of all union contracts. This Division provides data
and recommendations on personnel-related matters to the City Manager's Office and the executive management
staff, and ensures that all Personnel Department programs are administered in a legal and ethical manner.
The Division is also responsible for performing pre-employment clinical procedures and tests/immunizations
required by law and/or to better ensure workplace safety.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Completed negotiations for FY 2002-2003 with American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees,
and Fraternal Order of Police before July 1, 2002.
Identified and implemented additional cost control methods for the City’s Group Indemnity Health Care Plan and
HMO Plan(s).
Provided support and advice to department directors regarding human resource issues and changes in laws
affecting the human resources field.
Developed information brochure, in conjunction with the Public Information & Marketing Office, for City’s FY 2002-
2003 Reduction-in-Force process.
Completed 5,906 clinical procedures (health screens, neuromuscular, lab, TB tests, immunizations, etc).
Served on Steering Committee for implementation of City’s Enterprise Resource Planning System.
Worked with Information Technology Director to implement an e-learning program for certain courses.
Facilitated the successful withdrawal of the International Association of Fire Fighters from the City’s health and
welfare benefit program.
Facilitated the implementation of the MGT study recommendations for American Federation of State, County and
Municipal Employees, and non-represented General employees.
Ensured City’s compliance with privacy issues as required by the Health Insurance Protection and Accountability
Act (HIPPA) of 1996.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Continue to serve on Steering Committee for implementation of City’s Enterprise Resource Planning System.
Ensure successful implementation of the PeopleSoft e-applications for human resources.
Complete negotiations for FY 2003-2004 with all three (3) bargaining units before July 1, 2003.
Identify additional cost control methods for the City’s Group Indemnity Health Care Plan and HMO Plan(s).
Provide support and advice to department directors regarding human resource issues and changes in laws
affecting the human resources field.
Facilitate the updating of the City’s Affirmative Action Plan.
Facilitate the implementation of web-based benefit enrollment.
Explore implementation of a full-flex style cafeteria plan under Internal Revenue Code §125.
Facilitate the issuance of Request For Proposals for various employee benefit programs, as required by policy.




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                                            LABOR RELATIONS AND TRAINING
SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Labor Relations Division is responsible for updating and ensuring compliance with the City's personnel
policies and procedures and enforcing and interpreting various federal and state mandates. The Division
negotiates collective bargaining agreements between the City and the City's recognized labor representatives,
and ensures City-wide compliance with such agreements.
The Division also administers the City's employment training and development program, providing both
management/supervisory and non-supervisory training. Training personnel conduct assessments to determine
the type and scope of training needed. The Division coordinates and administers the City's tuition reimbursement
program, and coordinates the City's New Employee Orientation program.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Resolved 73% of union contract grievances at management level of review.
Coordinated investigations and responses to 27 complaints of discrimination or sexual harassment.
Completed substance abuse training for 99% of employees required to possess a commercial driver’s license.
Facilitated a committee on uniform application of the Family & Medical Leave Act regulations.
Conducted supervisor/employee relations training for 69 supervisors representing 12 departments. Additionally,
18 supervisors were provided with Character First training.
Provided Employee Development Training and computer software training to 1,263 employees.
Established a continuing education program for the panel of grievance hearing officers to communicate current
information relative to contractual and policy issues and promote information exchange among the panel.
Established and implemented an electronic oversight process for tracking grievances through the various stages
of the grievance processes set forth in the three collective bargaining agreements and the Personnel Policies.
Successfully negotiated an inc rease in employee health insurance premiums with the FOP and AFSCME. Also,
negotiated the withdrawal of the IAFF from the City’s health and welfare plans.
Conducted 13 off-site training classes for employees in five departments to assist in the areas of job stress, anger
management, teambuilding and sexual harassment.
Developed an on-line training course in sexual harassment for supervisors.
Assisted in the implementation of the Kronos timekeeping system and developed policies in accordance with the
new system.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Complete negotiations for FY 2003-04 with all three (3) bargaining units before July 1, 2003.
Establish and train a City-wide panel of individuals to serve as Equal Employment Opportunity Commission
(EEOC) Coordinators.
Enhance employee training to include a “Supervisor’s Academy.”
Re-enlist Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service (FMCS) grievance mediation service.
Establish and train a City-wide panel of individuals to serve as in-house mediators for resolution of grievances.
Develop on-line training courses in the areas of interviewing, goal setting and sexual harassment for employees.
Update Personnel Services Bulletins in conformance with current Personnel Policies.
Establish an employee recognition program.




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                    Actual     Target      Estimated          Target
                                                                   FY 01-02   FY 02-03      FY 02-03         FY 03-04
         Number of grievances filed.                                    89         65                 33              25
                                 nd
              a. # resolved at 2 Step                                  N/A        N/A                 22              10
 1.                              rd
              b. # resolved at 3 Step                                    9         15                  3               5
              c. # resolved through arbitration                          6         20                  8              10
         Number of employees            completing   supervisory
 2.
         certification program.                                     16.92%        50%            5.33%           6.35%
         Number of employees completing Personnel Training
 3.
         courses.                                                     1,229      1,250            1,263           1,300




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                                            PERSONNEL OPERATIONS
SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Personnel Operations Division consists of three work sections: Employment Services, Classification and
Compensation, and Human Resource Information System (HRIS). The three sections provide services in support
of City-wide operations and promote compliance with all applicable policies and procedures, labor agreements
and federal, state and local regulations.
Employment Services responsibilities include: recruiting applicants for vacancies; reviewing and screening
applications; assisting hiring supervisors and applicants by providing guidance through recruitment and
application processes; providing technical assistance to departmental managers regarding appropriate selection
devices; interpreting labor contracts pertaining to employment issues; developing and validating various selection
devices; representing the City at area job fairs and career forums; and providing technical assistance in support of
classification and compensation, training, medical, risk management, and labor negotiation issues. This section
promotes the City's commitment to equal employment opportunity and provides career counseling for employees.
Classification and Compensation responsibilities include: developing, updating and maintaining job specifications;
developing and maintaining equitable compensation plans; conducting job audits and classification reviews;
conducting and analyzing wage/benefit surveys; responding to surveys conducted by other agencies; conducting
organizational and budget reviews; and providing technical assistance and guidance in support of post-offer
medical evaluation, performance evaluation processes, training and labor negotiation processes.
Human Resource Information System (HRIS) responsibilities include: the maintenance of official personnel
history files and computerized employment records. The HRIS section reviews City-wide personnel paperwork for
accuracy and completeness; tracks performance evaluation schedules; revises and maintains position data;
maintains current pay plan and classification tables in the system; completes employment verifications; and
responds to internal and external requests for personnel records and information from the employee database.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Processed over 5,000 applicants seeking employment opportunities with the City.
Provided employment services support to the Parks and Recreation Department’s seasonal programs.
Continued development of new selection devices for various classifications within the City.
Coordinated placement of City employees displaced through budgetary actions.
Provided comprehensive analyses of hiring freeze exception requests.
Provided analysis of departmental budget submissions.
Reviewed and processed over 9,000 personnel actions and pay changes.
Implemented consultant’s (MGT of America) recommended adjustments to the classification plan for general
employees.
Compiled results of annual salary and benefits surveys; produced various reports, tables and exhibits in support
of contract negotiations and arbitration processes.
Developed formal job descriptions and evaluation forms for the municipal judge positions.
Performed key roles in the implementation of the PeopleSoft ERP for base HR and payroll applications.
Responded to approximately 150 written and telephone surveys.
Developed standard guidelines and procedures for evaluating jobs, conducting job audits and performing
classification reviews.
Developed and implemented a new applicant tracking system with improved reporting capabilities.
Developed new communication tools including a new employment brochure and a manager’s guide to the
reduction-in-force.
Developed alternate placement procedures for employees with on-the-job injuries.
Developed a plan of action for conducting a content validation study of selection processes.
Completed the imaging project for 1,992 terminated personnel files, and implemented procedures for on-going
scanning of current terminations.


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2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Refer qualified candidates to hiring departments in a timely manner.
Foster an equal employment opportunity environment through completion of updated Affirmative Action Plan upon
the release of 2000 census data for EEO reporting.
Continue test validation efforts.
Continue to review and update job specifications for titles on the City’s position classification plan.
Review and recommend revisions to current performance evaluation tools, guidelines, policies and procedures.
Review and recommend revisions to the pay plan and classifications for part-time, seasonal and temporary
positions.
Continue to respond to the City’s need for information on employees by providing useful reports.
Assist with the implementation of the PeopleSoft e-applications for human resources.
Address issues relative to processing personnel changes on the new PeopleSoft system to ensure accurate and
complete employee data is maintained.
Continue document imaging program for employee records.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                              Actual     Target        Estimated         Target
                                                                             FY 01-02   FY 02-03        FY 02-03         03-04
 1.      Days to complete external recruitment process.                            33           35                29            35
 2.      Days to complete internal recruitment process.                            20           25                18            25
 3.      New selection devices developed.                                          58           20                40            20
 4.      Job descriptions written or revised.                                      25           25                80            20
 5.      Performance evaluations written or revised.                               19           25                58            20
 6.      Days to complete job audit of filled positions.                         45.5           45                44            60
 7.      Days to complete job audit of vacant positions.                         29.2           15                32            30
 8.      Days to review and enter personnel changes on GHRS.                        7            7                  7            8
         Overall customer           service   rating   (Customer   Service
 9.
         Survey).                                                                2.38          2.0               N/A           2.0




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                                             EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Employee Benefits Division is responsible for the implementation and administration of benefit programs
offered to City employees, retirees, employees of certain trusts and the Mayor and City Council. These programs
include the self-insured indemnity health care plan with its supporting programs of preferred provider networks,
pharmacy benefit manager and excess loss reinsurance; health maintenance organizations; dental plans; life
insurance plan; two deferred compensation plans; employee assistance program; IRC §125 plan; and the
disability income protection plan for management employees. The Division is also responsible for the
administration of continuation coverage under the Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act (COBRA)
and processes various payroll deductions as authorized by employees and retirees.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Implemented new IRC § 125 plan provider, Fringe Benefits Management Company, for Plan Year 2003 and
explored web-based enrollment opportunities and benefits communication tools.
Implemented a total electronic transfer of bi-weekly payroll deductions to Fringe Benefits Management Company
for voluntary product premiums and flexible spending account allocations.
Restated the Group Indemnity Health Plan booklet and distributed to Plan members.
Implemented total electronic transfer of plan eligibility for participants in the HMO plans.
Successfully conducted a three-week annual open enrollment for health and welfare benefits for employees and
retirees. Effectively implemented employee enrollment data electronically via the City’s Government Human
Resources System (GHRS).
Provided administrative and technical support to the Labor Relations Division during contract negotiations and
arbitration proceedings regarding IRC § 125 plan issues.
Complied with privacy issues as defined under the Health Insurance Protection and Accountability Act of 1996
such as new business associate agreements, security revisions, compacting file system and notices to plan
participants.
Implemented PeopleSoft human resource system Base Benefits tool for City, Zoo Trust, Airport Trust, McGee
Creek Authority, Municipal Golf Courses, and Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority.
Implemented policies and procedures for the defined contribution voluntary employee benefits association
sponsored by the Oklahoma City Fire Fighter’s Trust.
Implemented GHRS changes to encompass Oklahoma City Fire Fighter’s Trust by migrating fire fighters to new
benefit plans and a separate IRC §125 plan.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Continue to identify and implement cost control methods for the City’s Group Indemnity Health Care Plan.
Update policies and procedures regarding eligibility of retiree health plan participants and specify the relationship
between public trusts and The City of Oklahoma City regarding benefit plan participation.
Explore implementation of a full-flex style cafeteria plan under IRC §125.
Explore enhancements to the Temporary Disability Income Protection Program for employees on the
management pay plan.
Implement a web-based, self-service employee benefits communication and enrollment process for all
employees.
Issue requests-for-proposal and negotiate new contractual agreements for a pharmacy benefit manager and
health maintenance organization.
Implement PeopleSoft human resource information system Benefits Administration and eBenefits tools.




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                Actual     Target      Estimated            Target
                                                               FY 01-02   FY 02-03      FY 02-03           FY 03-04

        Percentage of contract payments made to vendors
 1.     within 30 days of receipt of vendor billing and
        supporting documentation.                                  85%        85%               85%              85%

        Percentage of customer inquiries responded to
 2.
        within three business days.                               100%       100%             100%              100%

        Percentage of completed enrollment documents and
        payroll   deduction    authorizations for  active
 3.
        employees and retirees processed within 10
        business days of receipt.                                 100%       100%             100%              100%

        Percentage of completed enrollment documents and
 4.     payroll deduction authorizations for retirees
        processed within 30 business days of receipt.             100%       100%             100%              100%
        Percentage of participant files audited for complete
 5.
        documentation.                                             15%        15%               10%              10%




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                                       OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Office of Workforce Development has four distinct responsibilities: Fiscal Agent for the Central Oklahoma
Workforce Investment Area; One-Stop Operator Consortium member of the Oklahoma City Central Oklahoma
Workforce Center; providing employment and training services to Oklahoma City citizens; and managing all
federal grants received by the Division. The Division provides a high quality, customer driven workforce
development system with emphasis on customer choice that promotes e        conomic development. The Division
prepares job seekers with marketable skills to meet business requirements through the Central Oklahoma
Workforce Center; offers integrated services for job seekers and businesses; partners with business and
community organizations; and develops a national and local labor market information network for identifying
current and future business needs. The Division also operates two of the seventeen mandated workforce
development projects under the Workforce Investment Act, Title I and Welfare-to-Work. This includes
employment and training services for adults, dislocated workers, youth, Temporary Assistance for Needy Families
recipients and other customers having difficulty in obtaining economic self-sufficiency. In addition, the Division
provides business services through specialized assessment, screening and matching potential employees, as
well as assisting with incumbent employee career advancement.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Served 175 customers in the Adult Program. Of these, 45% received skills training, and 16% are working after six
months at an average wage of $13.30 an hour with 16% receiving benefits.
Served 1,044 customers in the Dislocated Worker Program. Of these, 54% received skills training, 8% are
working in a demand occupation with an average wage of $12.30 an hour and 70% receive benefits.
Served 96 customers in the Youth Program. Of these, 25% received skills training, 40% received a GED, 26%
are working at an average wage of $6.95 and 32% received a training credential. The remaining youth are
participating in one of the specialized youth programs offered throughout the Workforce Investment Area.
Served 1,362 customers in the Welfare-to-Work Program. Of these, 87% attended job readiness workshops,
       e
13% r ceived skills training, 41% are working at an average wage of $7.27 after six months, and 59% are
receiving benefits.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Exceed Department of Labor Performance Measures for Adult and Dislocated Worker programs.
Align services of the Central Oklahoma Workforce Center to assist the Workforce Investment Board to meet
National Chartering requirement.
Provide business services through assessing incumbent worker skill gaps and providing upgrade training.
Build on the Empowerment Zone (EZ) Plan of May 2002 to further assist EZ businesses and residents.
Update the 2001-2003 Strategic Plan to include new requirements and service design.
Expand the YouthBuild program to incorporate local business investment.




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                       Actual     Target      Estimated          Target
                                                                      FY 01-02   FY 02-03      FY 02-03         FY 03-04
         Number of          customers   accessing   job   placement
 1.
         assistance.                                                    29,286     35,000           69,345          45,000
 2.      Private sector business involvement.                              159        135               175             134
 3.      Adult average earnings change rate in six months.              $6,050     $5,500           $5,600             N/A*
         Dislocated Worker earnings replacement rate in six
 4.
         months.                                                          90%        90%               83%             *N/A
 5.      Older Youth earnings change rate in six months.                  85%        85%               70%            **N/A
 6.      Younger Youth basic skill attainment.                            72%        55%               75%            **N/A
 7.      Customer satisfaction rate.                                      87%        85%               85%           ***N/A
 8.      Entered Employment Rate.                                         N/A        N/A                N/A            75%
 9.      Retained Employment Rate.                                        N/A        N/A                N/A            62%
 10.     Growth of Income.                                                N/A        N/A                N/A            70%
 11.     Efficiency Rate (Average service cost per customer).             N/A        N/A                N/A         $5,000

* Common Performance Measures are being implemented for Workforce Investment Act Programs. Items 8-11
reflect the new common measures for OWD programs.

** OWD is no longer in control of the Youth Performance Measures, because all youth programs are contracted
out.

*** No longer a required measure of the Workforce Investment Act.




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                                   BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
PERSONNEL
GENERAL FUND

         POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                             RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

         PERSONNEL DIR                        025            1           1
         ASST DIRECTOR                        025            1           1
         EMPLOYEE BENEFITS MGR                522            1           1
         PERSONNEL OPERATIONS MGR             520            1           1
         OCCUP HEALTH MGR                     520            1           1
         PERSONNEL SPEC                       516            4           4
         PERSONNEL ANALYST                    513            8           6
         TRAINING ANALYST                     512            1           1
         PERSONNEL ASST                       507            3           3
         EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                506            1           1
         OFFICE SPECIALIST II                 505            1           1
         UNION LIAISON                        417            1           1
         DATA SYSTEMS TECH III,               313            4           4
         CUST SERV REP II, Non-Union          309            0           1
         SECRETARY I NON-UNION                307            1           0
         CUST SERV CLERK NON-UNIO             307            2           0

         TOTAL POSITIONS                                    31          27

OFFICE OF WORKFORCE DEVELOPMENT
FEDERAL GRANTS

         POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                             RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04
         WORKFORCE DEVEL ADMINIST             522            1           1
         FACILITY MANAGER                     522            1           1
         JOB TRAINING COORDINATOR             517            3           0
         FEDERAL PROGRAM MANAGER              517            1           0
         MUNICIPAL ACCT III                   515            1           1
         MARKETING COORDINATOR I              514            1           0
         JOB TRAINING SPECIALIST              512            4           6
         FEDERAL PLANNING SPEC                512            1           1
         MUNICIPAL ACCT I                     510            1           1
         JOB TRAINING ANALYST                 510           23          11
         QUALITY CONTROL COORD II             509            1           0
         ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I               507            1           1
         OFFICE SPECIALIST II                 505            1           1
         ACCT TECHNICIAN                      411            1           0
         CUSTOMER SERVICE CLERK               407            1           0
         DATA SYSTEMS TECH III,               313            0           1
         OFFICE SPECIALIST I, Non-Union       311            0           1
         CUST SERV REP II, Non-Union          309            0           1
         SECRETARY II NON-UNION               309            2           0

         TOTAL POSITIONS                                    44          27




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                                        PUBLIC SAFETY

                                         • Court Administration

                                             • Fire Department

                                          • Police Department




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                                        COURT ADMINISTRATION
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To strengthen the municipal criminal justice system through the timely and equitable
administration of justice.




                                                  City Council         Municipal
                                                                        Judges


                                                 City Manager


                                                    Court
                                                 Administration


      Judicial               Probation       Court         Financial       Enforcement              Juvenile
                             Services       Services       Services         Services                 Justice




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                                       COURT ADMINISTRATION
                                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                             FY 01-02    FY 02-03    FY 03-04              Percent
                                              Actual     Adopted     Proposed              Change
                                                         Budget       Budget

Administration                               1,085,446   1,285,391   1,274,264                -0.87%
Judicial                                       370,244     348,103     254,524               -26.88%
Probation                                      186,270     196,068     206,674                 5.41%
Court Operations                               121,100     150,000     150,000                 0.00%
Court Services                               1,184,246   1,129,883   1,193,195                 5.60%
Financial Services                             983,676     787,469     826,723                 4.98%
Enforcement Services                         1,023,812   1,058,023   1,099,777                 3.95%
Juvenile Justice Program                       485,694     510,712     528,880                 3.56%
Court Admin. & Training                      1,227,875   1,329,850   1,390,740                 4.58%
Federal Grants                                 349,803      49,004     309,746               532.08%

Department Total                             7,018,166   6,844,503   7,234,523                  5.70%


                                         SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                             FY 01-02    FY 02-03    FY 03-04              Percent
                                              Actual     Adopted     Proposed              Change
                                                         Budget       Budget

Administration                                       4          6              6               0.00%
Judicial                                             5          5              3             -40.00%
Probation                                            4          4              4               0.00%
Court Services                                      24         21             21               0.00%
Financial Services                                  21         17             17               0.00%
Enforcement Services                                23         20             20               0.00%
Juvenile Justice Program                             8          8              8               0.00%
Court Admin. & Training                              0          0              0                  N/A
Federal Grants                                       0          0              0                  N/A

Department Total                                    89         81             79               -2.47%


                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                             FY 01-02    FY 02-03    FY 03-04              Percent
                                              Actual     Adopted     Proposed              Change
                                                         Budget       Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                            4,201,363   4,111,272   3,734,043                -9.18%
Other Services & Charges                       558,221     659,386   1,084,635                64.49%
Supplies                                       195,211     184,279     186,479                 1.19%
Capital Outlay                                       0           0           0                    N/A
Transfers                                            0           0           0                    N/A

Fund Total                                   4,954,795   4,954,937   5,005,157                  1.01%

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                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03    FY 03-04                Percent
                                                  Actual      Adopted     Proposed                Change
                                                              Budget       Budget
Juvenile Justice Fund
Personal Services                                  482,645      507,312     443,502               -12.58%
Other Services & Charges                               150          500      82,478             16395.60%
Supplies                                             2,899        2,900       2,900                 0.00%
Capital Outlay                                           0            0           0                    N/A
Transfers                                                0            0           0                    N/A

Fund Total                                         485,694      510,712     528,880                    3.56%

Court Administration & Training Fund
Personal Services                                     2,600       9,715        9,715                   0.00%
Other Services & Charges                          1,215,911   1,295,400    1,356,290                   4.70%
Supplies                                              9,363      24,735       24,735                   0.00%
Capital Outlay                                            0           0            0                      N/A
Transfers                                                 0           0            0                      N/A

Fund Total                                        1,227,874   1,329,850    1,390,740                   4.58%

Federal Grants
Personal Services                                   33,639       24,735      82,599               233.94%
Other Services & Charges                            71,286       22,869      84,716               270.44%
Supplies                                           174,469        1,400     142,431             10073.65%
Capital Outlay                                      70,409            0           0                    N/A
Transfers                                                0            0           0                    N/A

Fund Total                                         349,803       49,004     309,746                 532.08%

Total All Funds                                   7,018,166   6,844,503    7,234,523                   5.70%



                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                        Amount          Positions
1.      Deleted one Municipal Judge position and one unfunded Municipal Judge       (93,965)             (2)
        position.




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                                              ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Department of Court Administration has seven divisions: Administration; Judicial; Probation; Court Services;
Financial Services; Enforcement Services; and Juvenile Justice Program.
The Administration Division is responsible for coordinating, directing, controlling and managing all court -related
activities and facilitating cooperation among other components of the Criminal Justice System. The Division is
responsible for purchasing and payroll for the Department and expedient processing of all mail payments received
through the bank lock box. The Administration Division also provides contract administration for the Juvenile
Justice Program grant.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The Department has made positive strides to collect overdue fines and fees this year. Progress has been made
toward refurbishment of equipment as well.
The Department continues to track and report Reduction of Accidents and Aggressive and Inconsiderate Drivers
(R.A.A.I.D.) program activity to the Oklahoma City Police Department.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Collect and disburse Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) funds to appropriate agencies
by the 15th of the month following the end of the quarter (without incurring penalty).
Forward comparative monthly/quarterly court activity reports to the City Manager by the 15th of the month
following the end of month/quarter.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual      Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02    FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
         Percentage of CLEET disbursements made by the
 1.
         deadline.                                                  100%         100%             100%            100%


                                                   JUDICIAL

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Municipal judges are responsible for providing adjudication of court appearance dockets in an impartial and
expeditious manner, promoting public trust and confidence in the administration of justice at the municipal level,
and ensuring efficient, fair and impartial adjudication of cases arising from alleged violations of municipal
ordinances.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Exercise sound judgement in hearing cases before the court.
Hear all cases that involve alleged violations of City ordinances and other misdemeanors, and provide
administration of justice within its jurisdiction.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual      Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02    FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Annual number of cases heard in Court.                   111,408     120,000          112,799         120,000

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                                           PROBATION SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Probation Services Division is responsible for enhancing public safety and quality of life for the citizens of
Oklahoma City, and providing the municipal criminal justice system with quality evaluation/assessment and
referral services to meet the needs of persons placed on probation for the purpose of decreasing the number of
persons re-arrested for the same offenses. This Division offers the municipal criminal justice system the services
of probation, public information and training.
The Division is also responsible for processing juvenile offenders through the Municipal Court System, and
monitoring the progress of those who are assigned to probation or community service.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The Probation Services Division has implemented an on-site library to assist juvenile offenders with resource
materials outlined in their probation requirements.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

To complete training and certification procedures to conduct the A.S.I. (Addiction Severity Index) on all court
referred alcohol and drug related offenses. This is a mandated compliance of the Department of Mental Health
and Substance Abuse Services.
To pursue certification requirements for CADC (Certified Alcohol/Drug Counselor) credentials and compliance
with the Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services.
To implement school-based probation services to monitor juvenile offenders in their academic programs to
reinforce and maintain educational requirements.
To implement a Teen Mediation Program to provide juvenile offenders an alternative to fighting and intimidation in
school that deals with violence in a positive and proactive manner.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual      Target       Estimated           Target
                                                                FY 01-02    FY 02-03       FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      New cases referred.                                        2,583       2,600             2,700           2,800
 2.      Percentage of successful terminations.                      99%         99%               99%              99%
 3.      Persons on Community Service/Work Program.                   646         700               700              800
         Percentage of alcohol-related non-recidivists three
 4.
         years after successful completion of probation.             99%         99%               99%              99%




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                                              COURT SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Court Services Division is responsible for accurate, expeditious service relating to all cases filed in Municipal
Criminal Court of Record and the Property Release Court in accordance with City ordinances and State laws.
The contract for data entry of Municipal Court citations is also monitored and maintained. The Division provides
support services after the issuance of uniform citations, docketing cases, final adjudication and storage of
records. The Court Services Division includes Court Clerks, Court Reporters, Telephone Services, Data Entry
Services and Automated Records Management. This Division acts as a liaison between the Oklahoma
City/County Jail and the judicial staff.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The Division supported the entire court process by case management, computer updates, reporting and new
technology. With the implementation of an imaging system, the Division continues to seek the most useful and
efficient methods of managing the court caseload.
This Division supported the juvenile court process. Court records are kept confidential and are updated on a
timely basis.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Accurately update and record all necessary events and actions occurring on municipal charges.
Maintain all physical court records in an orderly and efficient manner by providing necessary clerical assistance to
municipal judges, citizens and the criminal justice community.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual      Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                  FY 01-02    FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Data entry and updates (24-hour turnaround).                   N/A         N/A             95%              95%
 2.      Accuracy rate percentage. (5% error rate).                    95%         99%              95%              99%




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                                              FINANCIAL SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Financial Services Division provides technical and clerical support for the Municipal Courts, including 24-
hour, seven day per week coverage for payments and bonds, and complying with Generally Accepted Accounting
Principles (GAAP) and auditing procedures for all public funds received by the Courts, including payments made
in person or through the mail. It also provides Parking Enforcement support services by providing the hardware
and software needed to issue parking citations. The Financial Services Division includes the Public Counter,
Accounting and Parking Enforcement work sections.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The Public Counter Section of the Financial Services Division has reduced the number of financial errors to one
error per month. This Section deals with approximately 500 - 800 transactions per day. In addition, the Public
Counter Section has reduced the number of valid citizen complaints to less than one per month. The Division
finished the building refurbishment project to repair the inside of the building after repairs were made to the
exterior.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Monitor court revenues pertaining to Traffic, Parking, Criminal/Environmental, Jury Division and Juvenile fines.
Monitor and reduce the number of monthly financial errors made at the Public Counter.
Monitor the percentage of lock box payments processed within eight hours of receipt.
Monitor the percentage of parking citations paid within 90 days.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                               Actual         Target        Estimated             Target
                                                              FY 01-02       FY 02-03        FY 02-03            FY 03-04
 1.     Court Revenues:
            Traffic                                          $7,998,343     $8,532,893      $7,383,331          $8,034,719
            Parking                                           1,087,822      1,150,000       1,103,695           1,141,677
            Criminal/Environmental                              370,237        444,765         305,676             400,000
            Jury Division                                     2,435,745      2,446,457       2,499,221           1,732,353
            Charges for Court Costs                                 N/A            N/A             N/A          *6,669,656
            Juvenile                                             62,742         73,767          85,865              75,963
 2.     Number of monthly financial errors.                         0.91            0.5                1.0                   .5
        Percentage of lock box payments processed within
 3.
        eight hours of receipt.                                    100%          100%               100%                100%
        Percentage of parking citations paid within 90
 4.
        days.                                                       73%            75%               75%                  75%
*A portion of this revenue was previously grouped wit the Jury Division category. In 2003, the City Council
approved an ordinance change to increase court fees to the level indicated by state statute.




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                                         ENFORCEMENT SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Enforcement Services Division provides professional, technical and clerical support for administrative and
judicial functions including statutory requirements regarding arrest warrant service, and service of subpoenas on
all municipal jury trial cases. Additionally, this Division is responsible for the security of the Municipal Court and
the transport of prisoners from the Oklahoma City/County Jail to court hearings.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The weapons screening program has been in operation since FY 1992-93, and provides for the security screening
of individuals entering the court facility during regular business hours. This program has resulted in the detection
of 585 offensive weapons each month.
This Division cleared approximately 24,000 warrants this fiscal year.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

The continuous monitoring of the security of the Oklahoma City Municipal Court and to ensure the most secure
and protected environment that can be provided.
Monitor the arrest and clearance of Municipal Court warrants and to develop new and innovative methods of
locating subjects who have failed to comply with the Court and are wanted for Municipal warrants.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual        Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02      FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
         Average number of warrants cleared and served per
 1.
         month.                                                         N/A          N/A            1,956           2,006
         Average number of warrants cleared by arrest per
 2.
         month.                                                         N/A          N/A            1,021           1,051
         Average number of warrants cleared by contact
 3.
         (phone/personal) per month.                                    N/A          N/A              934              954




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                                        JUVENILE JUSTICE PROGRAM

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

To provide adjudication of Juvenile Court appearance dockets in an impartial and expeditious manner. To
promote public trust and confidence in the administration of justice at the municipal level. To ensure efficient, fair
and impartial adjudication of Juvenile Court cases arising from alleged violation of municipal ordinances. These
charges include both Jury and Non-Jury Division cases and will be afforded all necessary court sessions to
properly adjudicate each charge.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Juvenile Court disposed 3,849 cases this fiscal year.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

To exercise sound judgement in hearing juvenile cases before the Court.
To provide administration of justice in all cases within the jurisdiction of the Oklahoma City Municipal Court.
To provide for the separation and safekeeping of all Juvenile Court records, fines and fees associated with the
Juvenile Court in accordance with Oklahoma State Statutes and Oklahoma City Ordinances.
To provide confidential hearing of all Juvenile Court appearances.




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                                       BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND

COURT ADMINISTRATION
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                          PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                                 RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          MUNICIPAL JUDGE                         000            5           3
          COURT ADMINISTRATOR                     025            1           1
          BUSINESS MANAGER                        522            0           1
          SYSTEM SUPPORT SPEC II                  516            1           1
          MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST                   516            1           0
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS                516            1           1
          MUNNICIPAL ACCT III                     515            1           1
          MARSHAL OF MUN COURTS                   515            1           1
          CHIEF PROBATION OFFICER                 513            1           1
          RECORDS COORDINATOR                     513            1           1
          TRAINING & SAFETY OFFICE                513            1           1
          CHIEF DEPUTY MARSHAL                    512            2           2
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I                511            3           3
          DEP MARSHAL OF MUN CTS                  509           10          10
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD II                 509            1           1
          PROBATION OFFICER                       508            2           2
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I                  507            4           4
          COURT OFFICER                           505            5           5
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                    505            1           1
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH III                   413            0           1
          MUN COURT REPORTER                      413            1           1
          ACCT TECHNICIAN                         411            1           0
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH II                    411            0           2
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP III                410            0          12
          COMPUTER OPER I                         410            2           0
          MUNICIPAL COURT CLERK                   410            8           8
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP II                 409            4           4
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH I                     409            2           3
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP                    409           12           0
          GENERAL OFFICE CLERK                    403            1           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                       73          71

COURT ADMINISTRATION
JUVENILE JUSTICE

          POSITION TITLE                          PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                                 RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          MUNICIPAL JUDGE                         000            1           1
          DEP MARSHAL OF MUN CTS                  509            1           1
          PROBATION OFFICER                       508            4           4
          COURT OFFICER                           505            1           1
          MUNICIPAL COURT CLERK                   410            1           1

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                        8           8




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                                          FIRE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide fire and injury responses, educate the public in fire and injury prevention, inspect
and enforce City and State fire codes, investigate arson activities and to properly maintain the
skills and equipment necessary to achieve these goals.




                                                City Manager



                                                Office of the
                                                 Fire Chief




                                   Prevention    Operations     Support Services




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                                       FIRE DEPARTMENT
                                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                            FY 01-02        FY 02-03        FY 03-04             Percent
                                             Actual         Adopted         Proposed             Change
                                                            Budget           Budget

Fire Chief's Office                          3,271,412      3,219,157        3,494,815               8.56%
Operations                                  50,991,416     55,546,955       56,475,702               1.67%
Prevention                                   2,659,392      1,206,456        2,322,444              92.50%
Support Services                             1,662,471      3,272,638        3,715,364              13.53%
Maintenance                                  2,213,207              0 (a)            0                  NA
Fire Sales Tax                              27,430,679     28,312,102       27,050,861              -4.45%
Public Safety Capital Sales Tax              1,847,910      3,666,047 (b)    4,710,086 (c)          28.48%
Special Purpose Fund                            10,385         78,109           67,362             -13.76%

Department Total                            90,086,872     95,301,464       97,836,634                2.66%

Less Interfund Transfers                    (7,440,799)    (7,691,678)      (9,912,740)             28.88%

Total All Funds Less Transfers              82,646,073     87,609,786       87,923,894                0.36%

NOTES:
(a) Maintenance Services was moved to Support Services in FY 02-03.
(b) Includes $1,556,054 in reappropriations.
(c) Includes $3,959,624 in reappropriations.


                                        SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                            FY 01-02        FY 02-03        FY 03-04             Percent
                                             Actual         Adopted         Proposed             Change
                                                            Budget           Budget

Administration                                     16              13                9             -30.77%
Operations                                        926             912              885              -2.96%
Prevention                                         42              40               40               0.00%
Support Services                                   31              56               52              -7.14%
Maintenance                                        32               0 (a)            0                  N/A

Department Total                                 1,047          1,021              986               -3.43%

NOTES:
(a) Maintenance Services was moved to Support Services in FY 02-03.




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                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                             FY 01-02          FY 02-03          FY 03-04             Percent
                                              Actual           Adopted           Proposed             Change
                                                                Budget            Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                            57,286,026        59,865,481        61,547,888              2.81%
Other Services & Charges                      2,585,226         2,750,843         3,095,540             12.53%
Supplies                                        926,646           628,882         1,364,897            117.04%
Capital Outlay                                        0                 0                 0                 N/A
Transfers                                             0                 0                 0                 N/A

Fund Total                                   60,797,898        63,245,206        66,008,325               4.37%

Fire Sales Tax Fund
Personal Services                            18,771,792        18,907,558        16,404,135             -13.24%
Other Services & Charges                        393,286           458,028           410,986             -10.27%
Supplies                                        638,389         1,254,838           323,000             -74.26%
Capital Outlay                                  186,413                 0                 0                  N/A
Transfers                                     7,440,799         7,691,678         9,912,740 (a)          28.88%

Fund Total                                   27,430,679        28,312,102        27,050,861              -4.45%

Police & Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax Fund
Personal Services                                 0                     0                 0                N/A
Other Services & Charges                        683                     0             2,512                N/A
Supplies                                     70,616                 6,027           109,071          1709.71%
Capital Outlay                            1,776,611             3,660,020         4,598,503            25.64%
Transfers                                         0                     0                 0                N/A

Fund Total                                    1,847,910         3,666,047 (b)     4,710,086 (c)          28.48%

NOTES:
(a) The increase in transfers is due to a change in accounting for positions added since the tax was
     enacted. The result is a higher transfer from the Sales Tax Fund and higher expenditures
     in the General Fund.
(b) Includes $1,556,054 in reappropriations.
(c) Includes $3,959,624 in reappropriations.




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                                                FY 01-02           FY 02-03       FY 03-04               Percent
                                                 Actual            Adopted        Proposed               Change
                                                                    Budget         Budget
Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                     3,966              7,534          9,189               21.97%
Other Services & Charges                              1,922              7,130          8,613               20.80%
Supplies                                              4,394             18,227         21,927               20.30%
Capital Outlay                                          103             45,218         27,633              -38.89%
Transfers                                                 0                  0              0                   N/A

Fund Total                                           10,385             78,109         67,362              -13.76%

Total All Funds                                 90,086,872         95,301,464     97,836,634                 2.66%

Less Interfund Transfers                        (7,440,799)        (7,691,678)      (9,912,740)             28.88%

Grand Total All Funds                           82,646,073         87,609,786     87,923,894                 0.36%



                                       SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund and Fire Sales Tax Fund                                                    Amount             Positions
1.      Deleted 25 vacant Fire Corporal positions.                                      (1,267,353)            (25)
2.      Deleted Administrative Coordinator I in Operations.                                 (55,856)            (1)
3.      Deleted Office Specialist in Support Services.                                      (49,257)            (1)
4.      Deleted Materials Dispatch Technician II in Support Services.                       (46,566)            (1)
5.      Deleted Office Assistant II in Operations.                                          (45,912)            (1)
6.      Deleted Radio Technician in Support Services.                                       (45,787)            (1)
7.      Deleted Fire Apparatus Mechanic in Support Services.                                (44,086)            (1)
8.      Deleted Custodian in Operations.                                                    (40,384)            (1)
9.      Deleted three Office Assistant II’s in Support Services.                           (108,171)            (3)
10.     Added EMS Fire Training Officer and deleted one Fire Corporal position.               19,291             0
11.     Increased transfer to General Fund due to change in accounting for                2,268,327              0
        positions since the tax was enacted. The result is a higher transfer from
        the Sales Tax Fund and higher expenditures in the General Fund.




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                                           FIRE CHIEF’S OFFICE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Through this Division, labor-management relations are coordinated, department-wide programs are planned and
implemented, and oversight of department activities are performed. The Division provides administrative support
and centralized financial management, including oversight of the Fire Public Safety Sales Tax.             The
Administration Division also coordinates the Department's safety, injury prevention, research and development,
and facility maintenance programs.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Implemented, through an inclusive and participatory process, the new mission and vision statements for the Fire
Department created in FY 2000-2001.
Created, through an inclusive and participatory process, The Oklahoma City Fire Department Standard – the
philosophy statement of the Fire Department.
Completed a Fire Department Business Plan that outlines long and short-term departmental goals and objectives.
Implemented several new safety programs including an emergency scene accountability system, a facility
emergency system, a lockout/tagout system, a hearing conservation program and emergency scene traffic control
procedures.
Successfully used labor/management committees to resolve departmental issues, reducing grievances and
arbitrations.
Continued to perform audits of Public Safety Sales Tax expenditures.
Provided audit control for the Fire Department vehicles purchased with the new Public Safety Capital Sales Tax.
Continued as an active part of the International City Management Association Comparative Performance
Measurement Program, participating in the Fire Technical Advisory Committee and providing performance
measurement data.
Published the first Facility Notes newsletter to provide Fire Department personnel with information regarding cost
savings measures and project updates.
Implemented chemical mixing station replacement at all fire stations and a roof maintenance program.
Maintained tracking database and replacement program for fire station furniture and fixtures.
Responded timely to emergency and non-emergency facility maintenance and repair requests.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Develop and implement proactive safety programs to reduce employee on-the-job injuries.
Research and develop new and improved fire fighting methods, tools and equipment.
Use labor/management committees as a forum to discuss departmental issues with the bargaining unit.
Continue increased monitoring of the payroll process and training of payroll employees to reduce errors.
Continue active participation in the International City Management Association Comparative Performance
Measurement Program and integration of these measures into the routine management of the Department.
Manage and coordinate Public Safety Sales Tax expenditures and projects in accordance with the Settlement
Agreement and City policy.
Complete a Fire Department Business Plan that outlines long and short-term departmental goals and objectives.
Complete chemical mixing station replacement at all fire stations and expand roof maintenance program.
Maintain tracking database and replacement program for fire station furniture and fixtures.
Respond timely to emergency and non-emergency facility maintenance and repair requests.




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                Actual     Target    Estimated           Target
                                                               FY 01-02   FY 02-03    FY 02-03          FY 03-04
        Reduce the total number of OCFD employee injuries
 1.
        requiring medical treatment beyond first aid.                98         80               80              75
        Percent of Priority 1 maintenance requests responded
 2.                                                                N/A        N/A             98%              95%
        to within 24 hours.
        Percent of emergency repairs responded to within 8
 3.
        hours.                                                     N/A        N/A             98%              97%




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                                              FIRE PREVENTION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The function of the Fire Prevention Services Division is to significantly reduce life and property loss through
aggressive and consistent code enforcement, public education and fire investigation. Our objectives include
developing, implementing, assisting with and supporting programs and activities designed to reduce losses
associated with fire and other emergencies.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Conducted 3,425 fire inspections of commercial structures.
Conducted 148 public and private school inspections.
Conducted 1,546 permit and license inspections.
Completed 1,045 fire code consultations.
Provided “Fire Smart Kids Club” preschool program in 65 childcare centers.
Provided “Risk Watch" program to 4,000 elementary school students.
Maintained “Operation FireSAFE” recidivism rate of 1.8%.
Completed the adoption and implementation of International Fire Code 2000, effective March 6, 2002.
Developed and implemented Burn Permit Pilot Program in Ward 3 and 4 for agriculturally zoned residential
properties.
Developed Fire and Life Safety Inspection Program through a collaborative effort with suppression personnel with
6,000 inspections conducted and over 1,500 re-inspections completed.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Provide “Fire Smart Kids Club” preschool program in 75 childcare centers.
Provide “Risk Watch” program to 4,600 elementary school students.
Maintain “Operation FireSAFE” recidivism rate at or below 2.5%.
Enhance tracking system to monitor code enforcement activities.
Implement High Rise Building Inspection Program.
Inspect all childcare center occupancies within the City of Oklahoma City.
Develop tracking system to measure efficiency of investigation activities.
Gain compliance for installation of emergency rapid access devices where required by ordinance.




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual     Target    Estimated           Target
                                                                FY 01-02   FY 02-03    FY 02-03          FY 03-04
        Inspect and gain total code compliance in childcare
 1.
        center occupancies.                                          280        280             300              280
        Conduct 50% inspection and installation acceptance
 2.
        test for automatic suppression and detection systems.        134        150             100              100
        Identify and conduct permit inspections required by
 3.
        adoption of International Fire Code – 2000.                1,546      1,600           1,720           1,700
        Number of childcare centers participating in "Fire
 4.
        Smart Kids Club" program.                                     65         75               65              75
        Number of elementary school students participating in
 5.
        "Risk Watch" program.                                      3,665      4,000           4,000           4,600
 6.     Recidivism rate for "Operation FireSAFE.”                  1.7%        <3%            1.8%           <2.5%
 7.     Arson clearance rate.                                       42%       >45%             45%            >45%
        Identify or obtain compliance for installation of
 8.     emergency rapid access devices in all commercial and
        residential gated properties.                                143        100               75             100




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                                                  OPERATIONS

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Operations Division, operating from 35 fire stations, responds to fire, emergency medical, hazardous
material, technical rescue and other emergency situations. The Division provides training for incumbent and
recruit personnel and conducts public education programs in support of other divisions. The Division is
responsible for the purchase, inventory and distribution of all firefighter personal protective equipment, all station
consumable and non-consumable supplies, all fire fighting tools and equipment, and all EMS equipment and
supplies. In addition, the Division provides post-emergency customer service through its Customer Service
Liaison work section.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Responded to fire and emergency medical calls.
Provided training, supplies, quality control and incident support for pre-hospital emergency medical care delivery.
Developed and delivered training and educational programs on CPR, adult/pediatric first aid, medical emergency
recognition and related programs to the citizens of Oklahoma City.
Added two Advanced Life Support (ALS) engines, bringing the total to 17, and completed training for 31 new
paramedics.
Provided 16-week recruit training academy for 19 new employees.
Developed and delivered training and support for suppression personnel to perform successful mitigation of
incidents requiring technical rescue techniques and equipment, and/or the release of hazardous materials.
Continued training for all suppression and support personnel in awareness and recognition of incidents involving
possible terrorist acts.
Developed and delivered vehicle extrication training for all Operations personnel.
Provided continued refresher training for suppression personnel in firefighter safety and survival, rapid
intervention and accountability.
Replaced 15% of frontline firefighter personal protective equipment.
Continued after-emergency customer service through Community Service Liaison Program.
Received officer training in order to initiate new building inspection program.
Provided continuing public education programs to community organizations, schools, and businesses from all 35
fire stations.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Develop and deliver defensive driving instruction to all Department personnel.
Deliver suppression skills maintenance training to all suppression personnel.
Develop and deliver Fire Officer development training for all suppression company officers.
Deliver drill ground evolution training to all suppression personnel.
Reduce property loss due to fire through increased levels of training, pre-fire planning and building code
inspections.
Provide life safety code inspections in all commercial occupancies within the city.
Reduce property loss, deaths and injuries by decreasing incident response time.
Provide training, supplies, quality control and incident support to enhance pre-hospital emergency medical care
delivery.
Develop and deliver updated training and educational programs on CPR, adult/pediatric first aid and medical
emergency recognition to the citizens of Oklahoma City.
Develop and deliver training and support for suppression personnel to successfully mitigate incidents involving the
release of hazardous materials, water-related emergencies and/or technical rescue incidents.


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Build comprehensive database to provide information for hazardous materials response billing system.
Continue to provide post-emergency customer service to citizens through the Customer Service Liaison work
section.
Provide continued training for all personnel in accountability, rapid intervention and firefighter safety and survival.
Assume responsibility for fire station consumable and non-consumable supply purchase system.
Assume responsibility for research and development, purchase, inventory, storage, maintenance and distribution
of all small tools and equipment used by Operations personnel.
Provide comprehensive fire cause and determination training for all suppression officers and chiefs.
Provide personnel management training for all officers and chiefs.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual        Target        Estimated           Target
                                                                  FY 01-02      FY 02-03        FY 02-03          FY 03-04
         Reduce fire deaths and injuries.
 1.                      Number of civilian injuries:                    36           <35                  50              <35
                         Number of civilian deaths:                      17            <8                  20              <10
         Reduce property loss (shown as average value of
         loss).         Commercial:                                $83,094      <$15,000           $45,000         <$20,000
 2.
                         Residential:                              $19,110       <$8,500           $36,000         <$10,000
                         Other:                                     $1,100       <$1,000           $10,230          <$5,000
         Average response time from time of call to on-scene
 3.      (minutes).                                                    4:05          4:00               4:30              4:00
         Percent of responses less than 5 minutes.                     76%           90%                71%               90%
         Number of EMT's.                                               710          750                707              730
 4.
         Total EMS Training Hours Provided.                          87,221      130,000             85,000          100,000
 5.      Citizens trained in CPR.                                     1,118         3,500              2,000            3,500
 6.      Special Operations training hours.                          27,646       30,000             28,000           30,000
 7.      Total hours of incumbent training.                          79,968       75,000             80,700           90,000




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                                             SUPPORT SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Support Services Division’s responsibilities are encompassed in five functional sections: Human Resources,
Fire Management Information Systems, Maintenance, Fire Communications and Graphics. These sections
dispatch appropriate resources to emergency calls, administer hiring practices and promotional development
processes and implement new computer technologies within the Department. In addition, the Division is
responsible for personnel-related functions and the development of video and graphics projects.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Administered a pre-employment hiring process for approximately 1,600 candidates, which resulted in the initial
hiring of 20 fire recruits.
Developed and administered required promotional processes.
Maintained and upgraded departmental computers and other information systems and expanded computer-based
training programs.
Revalidated and conducted job task analysis, job descriptions and vacancy announcements for various positions.
Provided video and photo documentation of all major emergency incidents.
Participated in evaluation and selection of enhanced emergency operating systems.
Dispatched resources on over 51,404 incidents and answered over 136,312 emergency phone calls.
Input 100% of the parts inventory and 95% of the Parts Master Catalog into the M-4 system, which helped
expedite repairs.
Continued implementation of the apparatus/vehicle and self-contained breathing apparatus replacement
programs.
Completed the construction of three brush pumpers.
Completed a program to wire all Fire Department facilities to accept generator power.
Developed a method and procedure for Operations personnel to transmit work orders electronically.
Performed semi-annual maintenance of electronic equipment at fire stations.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
         nd
Develop a administer written testing instruments and assessment centers for Fire Department promotional
processes.
Maintain and upgrade Department’s computers and other information systems; and expand computer-based
training programs.
Revalidate or conduct job task analysis, job descriptions and vacancy announcements for various positions.
Create training videos, brochures and illustrations for fire prevention, training and other related purposes.
Enhance Fire Department Intranet website.
Facilitate orientation of new hires and human resources training classes for Fire Department personnel.
Provide video and photography documentation for all major emergency incidents.
Start systematic replacement of worn Fire-Com intercom headsets on apparatus.
Partner Radio Technicians with contract vendor to monitor the installation of the 800 MHz Trunking System.
Perform semi-annual maintenance of electronic equipment at fire stations.
Input Radio Shop repair parts inventory into the M4 database.
Implement a pilot program to upgrade telephone systems at Stations 7, 30 and 31.
Improve methodology to increase the number of vendors submitting bids for new apparatus purchases.
Develop and implement training for a management academy.
Continue implementation of apparatus/vehicle and self-contained breathing apparatus replacement program.

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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                    Actual     Target    Estimated           Target
                                                                   FY 01-02   FY 02-03    FY 02-03          FY 03-04
         Construct quality test instruments that withstand
 1.      challenges brought before the Promotional Board
         (variance).                                                  0.3%       1.5%            1.5%             1.5%
         Develop job specifications for identified uniformed
 2.
         positions.                                                      2           6                 6               4
         Increase the percent of payroll data entries without
 3.
         errors.                                                    99.41%     99.50%         99.70%           99.50%
         Maintain appropriate time interval from Fire dispatch
 4.
         receipt to alarm notification (in seconds).                    43          45               45              45
 5.      Reduce computer-related trouble calls (decrease).             5%          5%               5%              5%

         Average downtime per repair (in hours and tenths).
 6.                     Passenger vehicles & suburbans:                3.60       2.50            8.09             5.00
                        Fire Apparatus:                                7.80       4.50            7.91             8.50
         Average downtime per Preventive Maintenance (PM)
         activity (in hours and tenths).
 7.
                           Passenger vehicles & suburbans:             1.90       2.00            1.72             2.00
                           Fire Apparatus:                             5.60       5.50            5.17             6.50
         Average downtime for mobile radio repairs            or
         preventive maintenance (in hours and tenths).
 8.                      City Departments:                             1.16       1.08            1.17             1.08
                         Police Department:                            1.13       1.19            1.12             1.10
                         Fire Department:                              1.20       1.12            1.13             1.12
         Average downtime for mobile radio removals,
         installations or transfer of equipment (in hours and
 9.      tenths).         City Departments:                            2.28       2.14            2.21             2.10
                          Police Department:                           1.35       1.28            1.33             1.28
                          Fire Department:                             2.38       2.00            2.19             2.00
         Average downtime for base radio repairs or preventive
         maintenance (in hours and tenths).
 10.                     City Departments:                             4.50       4.32            4.61             4.32
                         Police Department:                            4.18       4.00            4.34             4.00
                         Fire Department:                              4.50       4.32            4.39             4.32




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                                    BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
FIRE
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          FIRE CHIEF                           025            1           1
          ASSISTANT FIRE CHIEF/DEPUTY          950            3           3
          PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFIC             932            1           0
          FIRE FACILITIES MANAGER              932            1           0
          FIRE INFO SYST OFFICER               932            1           0
          DEP PUBLIC EDUC OFFICER              932            9           0
          FIRE SAFETY OFC/DISTRIC              931            1           0
          BATTALION CHIEF                      931           18          19
          MAINTENANCE CHIEF                    931            1           1
          ASSISTANT FIRE MARSHAL I             931            3           3
          EMS DISTRICT CHIEF/DIS C             931            1           0
          SUPPORT SERVICES CHIEF               930            0           1
          FIRE COMMUNICATIONS CHIEF            930            1           0
          FIRE MAJOR                           929          158         138
          QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICE             929            3           0
          DEPUTY FIRE MARSHAL                  929           14          11
          HR SUPERVISOR                        929            1           0
          FIRE SENIOR DISPATCH SHF             929            3           3
          SR INSPECTOR/INVESTIG                929            9           8
          FIRE CHAPLAIN/CAPTAIN                928            1           0
          FIRE GRAPHICS OFFICER/CA             928            1           0
          TECHNICIAN II                        923            2           2
          FIRE SR LEAD DISPATCHER              923            3           3
          FIRE LIEUTENANT                      923          246         196
          FIRE CORPORAL                        923          481         350
          HR OFFICER/CAPTAIN                   922            1           0
          FIRE SENIOR DISPATCHER               920            9           9
          BUSINESS MANAGER                     522            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS             516            1           1
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUP                 513            1           1
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPERVI             513            0           1
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC                  513            2           2
          CONTRACT COORDINATOR                 511            1           1
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                506            1           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                 505            4           3
          RADIO TECHNICIAN                     418            4           3
          LEAD MECH                            418            1           0
          FIRE APPARATUS MECHANIC              417            8           7
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH III                413            0           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I                  411            0           2
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I                  411            0           1
          MECH HELPER                          411            1           1
          STORES CLERK II (R&D OFFICER)        410            0           1




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FIRE
GENERAL FUND - CONTINUED

          POSITION TITLE                PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                       RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          DATA TECHNICIAN I            409            1          0
          MATERIALS DISPATCH TECH II   409            0          1
          SECRETARY II                 409            2          0
          OFFICE ASSISTANT II          409            0          3
          STORES CLERK I               408            1          0
          SECRETARY I                  407            2          0
          MATERIALS DISPATCH TECH I    407            0          1
          CREW WORKER                  406            1          0
          CUSTODIAN                    404            1          0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                         1,006        780

FIRE
FIRE SALES TAX FUND

          POSITION TITLE                PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                       RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          FMIS OFFICER                 932            0          1
          PUBLIC INFORMATION OFFIC     932            0          1
          FIRE FACILITIES MANAGER      932            0          1
          HR SUPERVISOR                932            0          1
          DEP PUBLIC EDUC OFFICER      932            0          9
          FIRE SAFETY OFFICER          931            0          1
          SR INSPECTOR/INVESTIG        929            0          1
          QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICE     929            0          3
          DEPUTY FIRE MARSHAL          929            0          3
          SPECIAL OPERATIONS OFFICER   929            0         20
          FIRE GRAPHICS OFFICER        928            0          1
          FIRE CHAPLAIN                928            0          1
          HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER      923            0          1
          FIRE LIEUTENANT              923            0         51
          FIRE CORPORAL                920            0        105
          FIRE PROT SPECIALIST         532            1          1
          FINANCIAL SPECIALIST         513            1          1
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I       507            1          0
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II         505            1          1
          FIRE APPARATUS MECHANIC      417            2          2
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH III        413            0          1
          STORES CLERK II              410            1          0
          DATA TECHNICIAN I            409            1          0
          SECRETARY II                 409            1          0
          STORES CLERK I               408            1          0
          SECRETARY I                  407            5          0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                           15         206




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                                        POLICE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To protect the lives and property in the City of Oklahoma City from the effects of criminal
activity through community education, a focus on neighborhood policing and preventing gang
associated activity, an aggressive investigation program and the rigorous enforcement of laws
providing for public safety.




                                               City Manager



                                                Office of the
                                               Chief of Police



                                  Operations   Investigations    Administration
                                   Bureau         Bureau           Bureau




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                                       POLICE DEPARTMENT
                                       SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                            FY 01-02          FY 02-03          FY 03-04        Percent
                                             Actual           Adopted           Proposed        Change
                                                              Budget             Budget
Office of the Chief                           8,845,324        9,645,882        11,266,137        16.80%
Operations                                   41,649,419       42,219,630        38,923,698        -7.81%
Investigations                               16,578,148       15,875,535        19,919,730        25.47%
Administration                                8,510,705        9,204,452        10,723,360        16.50%
Police Sales Tax                             27,062,373       32,508,590 (a)    31,970,098 (c)    -1.66%
Emergency Management Fund                     4,291,872        5,085,037          5,279,668        3.83%
Court Training Fund                             159,084          415,000            415,000        0.00%
Asset Forfeiture                                939,467        2,540,000          4,540,000       78.74%
Public Safety Capital Sales Tax               3,601,490        6,261,179 (b)      4,822,049 (d)  -22.98%
Federal Grants                                1,594,576        3,533,201          2,097,000 (e)  -40.65%
Special Purpose Fund                                  0          143,078                  0     -100.00%

Total Department                           113,232,458       127,431,584        129,956,740               1.98%

Less Transfers - Police Sales Tax           (6,409,073)       (6,066,554)       (7,610,341)             25.45%
Less Transfers - E-911 Subsidy              (1,658,880)       (2,436,513)       (2,586,408)              6.15%
Less Transfers - General Fund                  (69,855)          (85,791)          (85,791)              0.00%

Total All Funds Less Transfers             105,094,650       118,842,726        119,674,200               0.70%

Notes:
 (a) Includes $859,000 in new projects and $1,883,466 in reappropriations.
 (b) Includes $4,376,463 in reappropriations.
 (c) Includes $1,452,213 in Fund 02X reappropriations.
 (d) Includes $2,039,494 in Police & Fire Capital Sales Tax reappropriations.
 (e) Includes $700,000 in reappropriations


                                        SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                            FY 01-02          FY 02-03          FY 03-04             Percent
                                             Actual           Adopted           Proposed             Change
                                                              Budget             Budget
Office of the Chief                                  86               90                90                0.00%
Operations                                          751              748               745               -0.40%
Investigations                                      255              254               252               -0.79%
Administration                                      127              126               127                0.79%
Emergency Management Fund                            83               83                83                0.00%

Total Department                                  1,302             1,301             1,297              -0.31%




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                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                              FY 01-02          FY 02-03         FY 03-04              Percent
                                               Actual           Adopted          Proposed              Change
                                                                 Budget           Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                             63,809,405        64,833,490        68,644,448               5.88%
Other Services & Charges                       8,935,316         8,668,935         8,726,914               0.67%
Supplies                                         577,962           515,770           489,364              -5.12%
Capital Outlay                                         0                 0                 0                  N/A
Transfers                                      2,260,913         2,927,304         2,972,199               1.53%

Fund Total                                    75,583,596        76,945,499        80,832,925               5.05%

Emergency Management Fund
Personal Services                              3,354,195         3,967,715         4,147,059               4.52%
Other Services & Charges                         251,441           382,643           397,930               4.00%
Supplies                                          26,236            74,679            74,679               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                         0                 0                 0                  N/A
Transfers                                        660,000           660,000           660,000               0.00%

Fund Total                                     4,291,872         5,085,037         5,279,668               3.83%

Police Sales Tax Fund
Personal Services                             18,548,630        20,635,504        19,921,834              -3.46%
Other Services & Charges                       1,418,322         3,476,024         2,325,710             -33.09%
Supplies                                         529,991           449,875           660,000              46.71%
Capital Outlay                                   145,357         1,880,633         1,452,213             -22.78%
Transfers                                      6,420,073         6,066,554         7,610,341 (a)          25.45%

Fund Total                                    27,062,373 (b)    32,508,590 (c)    31,970,098 (d)          -1.66%

Court Administration & Training Fund
Personal Services                                 70,540           120,000           100,000             -16.67%
Other Services & Charges                          30,903            75,800           147,300              94.33%
Supplies                                          43,141            67,700            67,700               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                    14,500           151,500           100,000             -33.99%
Transfers                                              0                 0                 0                  N/A

Fund Total                                       159,084           415,000           415,000               0.00%

Notes:
(a) The increase in transfers is due to a change in accounting for positions added since the tax was
    enacted. The result is a higher transfer from the Sales Tax Fund and higher expenditures
    in the General Fund.
(b) Includes Fund 02X expenditures of $145,357.
(c) Includes $1,883,466 in reappropriations.
(d) Includes $1,452,213 in Fund 02X reappropriations.




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                                             FY 01-02          FY 02-03          FY 03-04             Percent
                                              Actual           Adopted           Proposed             Change
                                                                Budget            Budget
Asset Forfeiture Fund
Personal Services                                 81,138           150,000           166,000            10.67%
Other Services & Charges                         217,601           695,500         2,041,000           193.46%
Supplies                                         333,611           971,750         1,906,000            96.14%
Capital Outlay                                   307,117           622,750           122,000           -80.41%
Transfers                                              0           100,000           305,000           205.00%

Fund Total                                       939,467         2,540,000         4,540,000             78.74%

Police & Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax Fund
Personal Services                                 0                     0                 0                  N/A
Other Services & Charges                          0                     0                 0                  N/A
Supplies                                          0                     0                 0                  N/A
Capital Outlay                            3,601,490             6,261,179          4,822,049            -22.98%
Transfers                                         0                     0                 0                  N/A

Fund Total                                    3,601,490         6,261,179 (e)     4,822,049 (f)         -22.98%

Federal Grants
Personal Services                                47,301            16,800           437,306          2503.01%
Other Services & Charges                        806,508         1,496,818         1,084,252           -27.56%
Supplies                                        424,913         1,049,525           575,442           -45.17%
Capital Outlay                                  315,854           970,058                 0          -100.00%
Transfers                                             0                 0                 0                N/A

Fund Total                                    1,594,576         3,533,201         2,097,000             -40.65%

Notes:
(e) Includes $4,376,463 in reappropriations.
(f) Includes $2,039,494 in Police & Fire Capital Equipment Sales Tax reappropriations.




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                                                 FY 01-02           FY 02-03        FY 03-04               Percent
                                                  Actual            Adopted         Proposed               Change
                                                                     Budget          Budget
Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                           0           27,850                0            -100.00%
Other Services & Charges                                    0           40,228                0            -100.00%
Supplies                                                    0           35,000                0            -100.00%
Capital Outlay                                              0           40,000                0            -100.00%
Transfers                                                   0                0                0                  N/A

Fund Total                                                  0         143,078 (g)             0            -100.00%

Total All Funds                                 113,232,458       127,431,584       129,956,740              1.98%

Less Transfers - Police Sales Tax                (6,409,073)        (6,066,554)     (7,610,341)             25.45%
Less Transfers - E-911 Subsidy                   (1,658,880)        (2,436,513)     (2,586,408)              6.15%
Less Transfers - General Fund                       (69,855)           (85,791)        (85,791)              0.00%

Total All Funds Less Transfers                  105,094,650       118,842,726       119,674,200              0.70%

Notes:
(g) The Special Purpose funds budgeted in FY 03 are now included as part of the Finance Department


                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund and Police Sales Tax Fund                                                     Amount            Positions
1.      Deleted one Police Service Technician I assigned to Information Desk.                (47,544)             (1)
2.      Deleted one Jailer.                                                                  (36,884)             (1)
3.      Deleted one Equipment Service Worker.                                                (36,434)             (1)
4.      Decreased CARE Center contract.                                                      (40,000)              0
5.      Deleted one Financial Specialist.                                                    (70,375)             (1)
6.      Deleted one Administrative Coordinator I from SAVES program.                         (49,077)             (1)
7.      Added one Administrative Coordinator I for Alarm Permit program.                       42,249              1
8.      Deleted Police Sergeant and Added General Fund Ballistics Examiner.                            0           0
9.      Increased funding for jail contract.                                                   55,209              0
10.     Decreased YSOC Shelter funding.                                                      (42,000)              0
11.     Decreased Police Sales Tax Contingency.                                             (616,104)              0
12.     Decreased Police Sales Tax Salary Reserve.                                          (415,592)              0
13.     Increased transfer to General Fund due to change in accounting for positions      $1,585,160               0
        since the tax was enacted. The result is a higher transfer from the Sales Tax
        Fund and higher expenditures in the General Fund.


Asset Forfeiture Fund                                                                      Amount            Positions
1.      Increased other line items as result of prior year asset seizures.                 1,895,000               0




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                                       OFFICE OF THE CHIEF OF POLICE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Office of the Chief of Police provides a broad range of management and administrative services within the
Police Department including the following: directs the accomplishments of all departmental operations through
the establishment of guidelines, policies and procedures; provides primary fiscal planning and guidance through
the Office of Finance and Personnel; provides drug enforcement, criminal intelligence, anti-gang and vice
enforcement activities; provides support for all department personnel through the Cops Helping Alleviate Police
Problems (CHAPPS) Office and the Police Chaplain; ensures public confidence through investigations into officer
conduct and integrity; and keeps the public informed through the Public Information Office.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Expanded Less Lethal Weapons Program to include 200 officers engaged in field patrol duties.
Continued support for the Public Safety Capital Sales Tax which funds vehicle and technology replacement.
Obtained an additional methamphetamine enforcement program grant of $250,000 to continue methamphetamine
education and enforcement activities.
Implemented phases two, three and four of the Memphis Model Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) for dealing with the
mentally ill by training and equipping an additional 75 officers.
Implemented a city-wide False Alarm Reduction Program.
Developed and implemented a Sex Offender Registry tracking program.
Procured Personal Protective Equipment for all sworn personnel.
Implemented COMSTAT Program for all uniformed field operations.
Implemented High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) Task Force operations involving Federal, State and
local law enforcement agencies.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Improve the coordination of information between the Special Projects, Criminal Intelligence and Initiating Multiple
Police Actions Against Criminal Targets (IMPACT) Units.
Conduct an analysis of departmental staffing levels and personnel allocation.
Complete preliminary work to prepare for national accreditation through Commission on Accreditation of Law
Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).
Continue to provide assistance in the implementation of capital equipment projects funded through the Public
Safety Capital Sales Tax.
Reduce the number of false alarm responses by 25%.
Impact methamphetamine manufacturing and trafficking through HIDTA enforcement activities.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual        Target     Estimated          Target
                                                                  FY 01-02      FY 02-03     FY 02-03         FY 03-04
         Arrest and prosecute key individuals responsible for
 1.      the sale of precursors and manufacturing of
         methamphetamine.                                                15           18               18               21
 2.      Community Oriented Policing Initiatives.                        18           20               20               20

 3.      Reduce false alarm responses by 25%
                                                                       N/A          N/A              N/A             25%




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                                                  OPERATIONS BUREAU

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

This Bureau strives to maintain a safe and secure environment for the citizens of Oklahoma City through the
efficient and effective use of manpower and motorized equipment, as well as foot and bicycle patrols. The
Bureau actively solicits input from the community regarding crime and quality of life issues that can be addressed
by uniformed officers. Bureau personnel embrace the democratic principle that all citizens should be treated with
dignity and respect. This promulgates and nurtures trust and cooperation between the citizens and their police
officers. Bureau personnel are charged with protecting the Constitutional rights of all individuals while
investigating crimes, regulating traffic and proactively attempting to prevent future crime and disorder problems.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Developed five citizen-initiated objectives in each field division to be addressed through Sector Policing.
Monitored the development of construction plans for the new Santa Fe Briefing Station.
Completed renovations to the Will Rogers Division building.
Implemented Divisional Crime Analysis and conducted monthly COMSTAT meetings for all five Bureau divisions.
Increased the focus on traffic enforcement by targeting the top ten crash causation factors.
Implemented an Anti-Prostitution task force.
Completed Phase I of the ballistic vest replacement program.
Increased Crime Prevention Initiatives within the Weed and Seed area.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Develop three citizen-initiated objectives in each field division to be addressed through Sector Policing techniques
and monthly COMSTAT meetings for all four-field divisions.
Continue to oversee the development of construction plans for the new Santa Fe Briefing Station.
Continue focus on traffic enforcement by targeting the top ten crash causation factors.
Complete Phase II of the ballistic vest replacement program.
Update Operational Plans to deal with critical incidents such as natural disasters and terrorism.
Implement the issuance of Personal Protective Equipment to all department personnel and complete training.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                        Actual     Target       Estimated           Target
                                                                       FY 01-02   FY 02-03       FY 02-03          FY 03-04
         Number of          citizen-initiated   COMSTAT   objectives
 1.
         completed.                                                          18         20                   *9              12
 2.      Decrease number of crashes.                                       N/A         2%              5.05%                1%
*Number as of 2/28/03.




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                                          INVESTIGATIONS BUREAU

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Investigations Bureau conducts initial, follow-up and technical investigations and scientific examinations of
criminal activities against persons and property; presents all investigative information to prosecuting authorities;
and provides detailed courtroom testimony.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The Combined DNA Indexing System (CODIS) installation was completed.
Hired a Laboratory Services Director and a DNA Lab Manager.
The DNA Lab successfully completed a NFSTC (National Forensic Science Technology Center) DNA Lab quality
assurance audit.
Two additional Forensic Scientists completed their DNA training making them qualified "DNA Analysts”.
Established Forensic Video Analysis Unit as a pilot program on a part time basis.
Additional collaborative proficiency testing was implemented for the latent print examiners to fulfill the testing
requirement mandated by the American Society of Crime Lab Directors (ASCLD) lab accreditation guidelines.
Implemented the “Domestic Violence Accountability Program”
Expanded the Police Athletic League (PAL) Tennis Program to six elementary and one middle school with 409
participants.
Assisted TRIAD (an interagency group committed to reducing crimes against the elderly) in establishing a Board
of Directors and by-laws.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Complete specialized education and training in the ASCLD/LAB accreditation process provided by experts from
the National Forensic Science Technology Center (NFSTC).
Complete the ASCLD/LAB accreditation application and inspection process for the Oklahoma City Police
Department Forensic Laboratory.
Develop and implement a monthly activity system to track investigators caseload and clearance rates.
Establish an all-girls PAL basketball league with a recruitment goal for the first year of 50 girls.
Establish a PAL co-ed t-ball league with a recruitment goal of 10 teams.
Partner with local high schools to develop a TRIAD program that will bring senior citizens and high school
students together.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                         Actual       Target      Estimated         Target
                                                                        FY 01-02     FY 02-03      FY 02-03         03-04
 1.     Clearance rate of UCR Part I Violent Crimes.                         57%          60%             58%           60%
 2.     Clearance rate of UCR Part I Property Crimes.                        11%          14%             10%           14%
        Provide sex offender registry information within one
 3
        business day of their registration with OCPD.                         N/A        100%            100%         100%
        Enter all cases meeting ViCAP criteria in the FBI’s
 4.
        systems within five business days.                                    N/A        100%             50%         100%




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                                         ADMINISTRATION BUREAU

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Administration Bureau provides a broad range of management and administrative services within the Police
Department. The Training Division designs and implements training for recruits, officers, civilian personnel and
business leaders who participate in the Citizens Police Academy. The Training Division is also responsible for
recruiting individuals for the position of police officer. The Logistical Support Division consists of the Records
Management Unit, Emergency Operations (E-911/EOC) Center, Permits and Identification Section, Supply Room,
Crime Information Unit and the Police Information Desk. The Administration Bureau also includes the Planning
and Research Unit, Staff Inspections and Fleet Management.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The Training Division trained and graduated 97 police recruits.
Trained and activated 120 additional officers in the use of less lethal tasers.
Upgraded document scanning and retrieval hardware/software in the Records Management Unit.
Developed a tracking program and web access for police officers court dates.
Placed into operation 67 marked police vehicles purchased with the Police and Fire Equipment Sales Tax.
Implemented the PSC Dispatcher II classification to enhance training of new dispatchers.
Implemented the second phase of the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) program to better serve mentally ill citizens.
Revised and implemented new alarm permit ordinance.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Training Division to coordinate and graduate a class through the Executive Development Program.
Fleet management will purchase vehicles for the third year of the five-year vehicle replacement plan.
Answer ninety percent of the E-911 calls in an average of 10 seconds or less.
Upgrade OCPD photo identification equipment for processing of all City employees.
Revise Standard Operation Procedures for EOC/911.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual          Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                  FY 01-02        FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
         Executive Development Program, one session per
 1.
         year.                                                          0%           100%                 0%           100%
         Citizen Police Academy Program, two sessions per
 2.
         year.                                                        100%           100%              100%            100%
         Percent of E-911 calls answered in 10 seconds or
 3.
         less.                                                         79%            90%               89%              90%
         Percent of yearly records stored by document
 4.
         scanning.                                                    100%           100%              100%            100%




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                                       BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
POLICE
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                          PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                                 RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          POLICE CHIEF                            025            1           1
          BUSINESS MANAGER                        522            1           1
          DIR LABORATORY SERVICES                 522            0           1
          DRUG CHEMIST SUPERVISOR                 518            2           2
          FORENSIC SCIENTIST III                  517            1           1
          EMERGENCY MANAGER                       516            0           1
          FORENSIC DRUG CHEMIST III               516            1           1
          FORENSIC SCIENTIST II                   515            1           1
          BALLISTICS EXAMINER                     515            0           1
          FORENSIC DRUG CHEMIST II                514            1           2
          NETWORK ANALYST                         514            0           1
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC                     513            2           2
          RECORDS COORDINATOR                     513            1           1
          FINANCIAL SPECIALIST                    513            1           0
          FORENSIC SCIENTIST I                    513            1           1
          POLYGRAPH EXAMINER                      512            1           1
          AUDIO/VISUAL PROD SPEC                  512            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I                511            2           3
          HELICOPTER MECH                         511            2           2
          FLEET SERVICES COORD                    511            1           1
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I                  507            4           5
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                   506            1           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                    505            5           5
          POLICE SERVICE TECH II                  417            0          12
          POLICE DISPATCH COORD                   416            3           3
          POLICE IDENT TECH I                     415            7           8
          POLICE SERVICE TECH I                   415           20           7
          POLICE DISPATCHER                       414           15          15
          POLICE PHOTOGRAPHY TECH                 414            1           0
          PROPERTY ROOM CLERK                     413            4           4
          JAILER                                  412            3           2
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I                     411            5          12
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH II                    411            1           1
          POLICE COURT LIAISON                    409            0           3
          OFFICE ASSISTANT II                     409            0           1
          EQUIPMENT SERVICE WORKER                409            3           2
          POLICE REPORT CLERK                     409           65          59
          CUSTOMER SERVICE CLERK                  407            1           0
          GENERAL OFFICE CLERK                    405            1           1
          DEPUTY POLICE CHIEF                     200            3           3
          POLICE MAJOR                            198           11          11
          POLICE CAPTAIN                          187           31          31
          POLICE LIEUTENANT                       176          134         101
          POLICE SERGEANT                         155          791         609
          POLICE OFFICER                          128           59          54

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                     1,188        975




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POLICE
POLICE SALES TAX FUND

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          DIRECTOR OF LABORATORY        522           1           0
          FORENSIC SCIENTIST III        517           1           1
          EMERGENCY MANAGER             516           1           0
          NETWORK ANALYST               514           1           0
          FORENSIC DRUG CHEMIST II      514           1           0
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I      511           1           0
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINAT      507           1           0
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II          505           4           4
          POLICE IDENT TECH I           415           5           5
          POLICE SERVICE TECH I         415           1           1
          POLICE DISPATCHER             414           1           1
          PROPERTY ROOM CLERK           413           1           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I           411           0           1
          POLICE REPORT CLERK           409           6           5
          POLICE COURT LIAISON          409           3           0
          SECRETARY II                  409           1           0
          OFFICE ASSISTANT I            408           0           1
          GENERAL OFFICE CLERK          403           1           0
          POLICE LIEUTE NANT            176           0          33
          POLICE SERGEANT               155           0         181
          POLICE OFFICER                128           0           5

          TOTAL POSITIONS                            30         239

POLICE
EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT FUND

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          911 COMMUNICATIONS MANAG      521           1           1
          911 SUPERVISOR                516           6           6
          TRAINING ANALYST              512           1           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II          505           1           1
          PSC DISPATCHER I              415          72          72
          BLDG MAINTENANCE MECHANIC     414           1           1
          OFFICE ASSISTANT I            408           0           1
          CLERK TYPIST                  405           1           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                            83          83




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                                             PUBLIC SERVICES

                                                • Department of Airports

                                               • Neighborhood Services

                                                 • Planning Department

                                                          • Public Works
                                                      • Transit Services

                                        • Water and Wastewater Utilities




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                                 DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide Will Rogers World Airport (WRWA), Wiley Post Airport (WPA) and Clarence E.
Page Airport (CEPA) users with excellent facilities and to continue to use the airports as a vital
economic contribution to the citizens of Oklahoma City.




                                                   City Manager



                                                   Administration



       Finance                Operations   Maintenance      General Aviation   Business &            Planning &
                                                                               Properties           Development




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                                         DEPARTMENT OF AIRPORTS
                                           SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                                 Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                             Budget        Budget

Administration                                   3,022,220    3,976,083    4,148,704               4.34%
Accounting/Finance                                 302,328      312,668      327,454               4.73%
Operations                                         444,288      513,080      524,230               2.17%
Maintenance                                      4,570,882    4,620,315    5,095,067              10.28%
General Aviation                                   493,701      554,071      571,245               3.10%
Business and Properties                            198,909      217,933      227,941               4.59%
Planning & Development                             481,388      499,989      509,457               1.89%

Department Total                                 9,513,716   10,694,139   11,404,098                6.64%


                                             SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                                 Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                             Budget        Budget

Administration                                          4            4               4              0.00%
Accounting/Finance                                      5            5               5              0.00%
Operations                                              9            9               9              0.00%
Maintenance                                            53           53              53              0.00%
General Aviation                                        8            8               8              0.00%
Business/Property/Mgmt                                  4            4               4              0.00%
Engineering & Planning                                  8            8               8              0.00%

Department Total                                       91           91              91              0.00%


                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                                 Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                             Budget        Budget

Airport Cash Fund
Personal Services                                4,617,502    5,077,185    5,254,254               3.49%
Other Services & Charges                         3,911,631    4,977,601    5,150,491               3.47%
Supplies                                           584,836      599,353      599,353               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                     399,747       40,000      400,000             900.00%
Transfers                                                0            0            0                  N/A

Department Total                                 9,513,716   10,694,139   11,404,098                6.64%




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                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
Airport Cash Fund                                                                           Amount          Positions
1.      Increased Mobile Equipment.                                                          360,000              0


                                                 ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Administration Division is responsible for media relations, citizen and employee communication programs
and marketing and promotional activities. Division personnel are responsible for management oversight of all
operating divisions within the Department of Airports.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Added new non-stop service to Newark, Denver and Detroit.
Completed negotiations and finalized five-year agreement with car rental companies.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Continue making contacts on air service development.
Continue to coordinate construction and leases of the terminal development program and keep the project on
schedule for completion.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                Actual      Target        Estimated           Target
                                                               FY 01-02    FY 02-03        FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.     Number of air service presentations to airlines.               2              3                 3               3
 2.     Percentage of completion of renovation.                     10%         50%                50%                75%




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                                                     FINANCE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Finance Division is responsible for the accounting and financial management functions of the Department by
providing information necessary for making responsible fiscal decisions for the City's three airports.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Received Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the Comprehensive Annual
Financial Report (CAFR) for FY 2000-01 from the Government Finance Officer’s Association (GFOA) of the
United States and Canada; completed FY 2001-02 CAFR and submitted the report to GFOA.
Designed, developed and produced CAFR in-house saving approximately $5,000.
Refunded Junior Lien 17 and 18 revenue bonds which yielded a savings to OCAT of $1.3 million.
Refunded Senior Lien 17 revenue bonds which yielded a savings to OCAT of $3.4 million that was passed to the
Federal government.
Participated in implementation of Peoplesoft Financial and Human Resources System.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Maintain internal controls and financial reporting to minimize external audit comments.
Establish procedures to automate OCAT purchasing and accounts payable in the Peoplesoft system.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual      Target        Estimated           Target
                                                                FY 01-02    FY 02-03        FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Number of external annual audit comments.                      0           0                   0             0

 2.      Percentage of automation of OCAT A/P.                        N/A         N/A                N/A           100%




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                                                    OPERATIONS

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Operations Division provides around-the-clock management of routine and emergency airport operations.
Specific responsibilities include: supervising the inspection of airport facilities and grounds to ensure compliance
with FAA and TSA regulations; enforcing regulations and department policies and regulations; assisting with
contracts administration and terms enforcement with the tenants and lessees at the airport; mediating disputes
and otherwise promoting good airport -tenant relationships; coordinating with the FAA to promote safe and
efficient flight operations; coordinating snow and ice control activities with the airlines, air cargo carriers, air traffic
controllers and airport maintenance personnel; monitoring capital improvement construction for safety and
security compliance; administering the Airport Certification Manual, the Wildlife Hazard Management Plan and the
Airport Emergency Operations Plan; assisting in the development of other airport operating manuals;
administering the Airport Security Program; administering the Airport Driver Training Program; and ensuring the
airport continues to meet FAA certification requirements.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Launched a program to replace the Airport Security Access Control System.
Facilitated the annual FAA Airport Certification Inspection and contributed to its successful outcome.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Eliminate undocumented discrepancies noted during the annual certification inspection.
Review (a) Airport Certification Manual, (b) Airport Security Program and (c) Emergency Operations Plan on a six-
month cycle.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                       Actual       Target       Estimated           Target
                                                                      FY 01-02     FY 02-03       FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Number of undocumented discrepancies.                                 0            0                  0               0
         Review time (months).
                a) certification manual                                        6            6                 6                6
 2.
                b) security program                                            8            6                11                6
                c) emergency plan                                              5            6                 8                6




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                                                  M AINTENANCE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Maintenance Division conducts all repairs and maintenance for WRWA and limited repairs and maintenance
at WPA and CEPA facilities. Responsibilities include maintaining grounds, buildings, fuel facilities, equipment,
roads, security fences, airfield runways, taxiways, apron areas, the airfield lighting system and airport
communication systems.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Cleared 78 acres to the east of S. Portland to create hay lease.
Purchased one CNG vehicle.
Built-out old post office to create office area and storage space for concessionaire.
Installed fiber and copper link to the new fire station and to the field maintenance facility.
Installed new network hardware, wireless link to the new snow barn and exchange server.
Built six sheltered skycap positions for the airlines to use during 44-week interim period upper level drive closure
during Terminal construction.
Refurbished six of eight power walks in the underground walkway.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Replace service road at the post office (10 slabs).
Replace guidance sign panels on airfield.
Control weed growth.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual       Target        Estimated          Target
                                                                  FY 01-02     FY 02-03        FY 02-03         FY 03-04
 1.      Number of slabs replaced.                                        20           20                  0              10
 2.      Number of guidance sign panels replaced.                         37         100                125             100
 3.      Number of acres treated for weeds.                             N/A          N/A               N/A              600




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                                              GENERAL AVIATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The General Aviation Division is responsible for the general effectiveness, operations and maintenance of the two
general aviation airports; Wiley Post Airport and Clarence E. Page Airport. Staff provides for safe and efficient
aircraft operations by conducting routine airport inspections, performing runway and taxiway maintenance, ground
maintenance and facilities maintenance. The Division serves as landlord for airport tenants and facilitates airport
special events.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Built new maintenance office and public restrooms at Clarence E. Page Airport.
Painted and updated fencing and areas located at the Wiley Post Terminal Complex.
Reestablished Wiley Post Airport tenant/user meetings.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Eliminate runway incursions through education, training and airport marking.
Standardize Clarence E. Page airfield signage with reflective aluminum guidance signs.
Install new entrance signs and directional signs at Wiley Post Airport.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual        Target    Estimated           Target
                                                                  FY 01-02      FY 02-03    FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Number of runway incursions.                                       1          0                 1               0
 2.      Percentage of CEPA signs replaced.                               20%       50%             50%            100%
 3.      Percentage of WPA landside signs installed.                      0%         0%             20%              50%




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                                         BUSINESS AND PROPERTIES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Business and Properties Division is responsible for property management at the City's three airports. Staff
provides airport users with the highest quality of service while maintaining the financial self-sufficiency of the
airports. This is accomplished by marketing the airports, developing financial alternatives for facilities, negotiating
with current and prospective service providers, constructing leases, contracts and bid/proposal documents,
providing primary staff support to the Airport Trust and monitoring agreements for compliance.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Completed bid documents and awarded six contracts for the operation of an automobile rental concession.
Issued Request for Proposals and completed contract for Newsstand/Gifts and Specialty Retail Shop Operations.
Completed Artist Agreement for Outdoor Sculptor Project.
Revised airports’ Rules and Regulations.
Completed bid documents and awarded contract for Window Cleaning Services.
Completed bid documents and awarded contract for Cleaning and Janitorial Services.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Contact at least 20 prospective tenants to increase business activity.
Maintain active leases on leaseable facilities and facility space.
Prepare all requested Requests for Proposals/Competitive Bidding Documents and Contracts pertaining to the
leasing and management of airport properties and facilities within 30 days of approved application and/or a
minimum of 90 days prior to expiration of present contract, as applicable.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                      Actual     Target       Estimated           Target
                                                                     FY 01-02   FY 02-03       FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.     Contacts with prospective tenants.                                 26         20                  22              20
 2.     Percentage of facility space under active lease.                 97%       100%                98%            100%
        Percentage of RFP’s/RFB’s and contracts prepared in
 3.
        projected timeframe.                                            100%       100%              100%             100%




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                                        PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Planning and Development Division is responsible for coordinating and supervising all airport real property
development including: supervision and preparation of planning studies; land acquisition; architect/engineer
design services; Federal grant construction contract administration; environmental compliance; noise abatement
controls; construction inspection; construction of airfi eld pavements for operational use; and management of
facility maintenance and repair by contract.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Selected and negotiated engineering design contracts. Reviewed and approved plans and specifications for
bidding process. Administered contracts during construction for: two Airport Improvement Program (AIP) projects
at an estimated total cost of $11,813,600; one Passenger Facility Charges (PFC) funded project at an estimated
total cost of $88,413,600; six Mike Monroney Aeronautical Center projects at an estimated cost of $7,137,800;
and six other major Trust funded projects at an estimated cost of $6,570,500.
Initiated annual and quarterly environmental compliance audits for the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan.
                                                                                                      st
Applied for and received $350,305 grant under TEA-21 (Transportation Equity Act for the 21                 Century) for
highway beautification funds for Terminal Drive at WRWA.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Negotiate engineering design services, review and approve contract documents for bidding and administer
construction contracts during construction to utilize AIP, PFC and Oklahoma Aeronautics Commission (OAC)
funds as available.
Prepare necessary applications to obtain and utilize AIP, PFC and OAC funds.
Conduct environmental compliance audit of airport tenants and spot check tenants for required water sampling
and record keeping in accordance with the Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plan.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual      Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                FY 01-02    FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Number of construction contracts.                             32          32                21               25
 2.      Number of AIP, PFC, OAC applications.                          4           2                  4               2
 3.      Number of compliance audits.                                 N/A         N/A                  4               4




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                                     BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
AIRPORTS
AIRPORT CASH FUND

          POSITION TITLE                        PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                               RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          AIRPORTS DIR                          025            1           1
          ASST DIRECTOR                         523            1           1
          BUSINESS MANAGER                      522            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER               522            1           1
          AIRPORT FAC PLANNER                   520            1           1
          GENERAL AVIATION MGR                  518            1           1
          AIRPORT OPERATIONS MGR                518            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS              516            3           3
          SYSTEM SUPPORT SPEC II                516            1           1
          AIRPORT CONSTRUCTION MGR              515            2           2
          CHIEF CONSTRUCTION INSP               515            1           1
          PROPERTY SPECIALIST                   515            1           1
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPERVI              513            3           3
          MUNICIPAL ACCT II                     512            1           1
          FEDERAL PLANNING SPEC                 512            1           1
          PROPERTY TECHNICIAN                   511            1           1
          AIRPORT OPERATIONS OFFIC              511            7           7
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT I               511            1           1
          FIELD OPERATIONS LEADER               511            3           3
          MUNICIPAL ACCT I                      510            2           2
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                 506            1           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                  505            4           4
          ELECTRONIC TECH I                     415            1           1
          BUILDING HEAT & AIR MECH              415            6           6
          ELECTRICIAN                           415            5           5
          BLDG MAINTENANCE MECHANIC             414            1           1
          MASON                                 414            1           1
          CARPENTER                             414            1           1
          MECHANIC                              414            4           4
          WELDER                                413            1           1
          EQUIP OPER III                        413            5           5
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH III                 413            0           1
          ENGINEERING AIDE I                    413            0           1
          AVIATION FUEL SYSTEM TECH             413            0           4
          DRAFTER                               412            1           0
          EQUIP OPER II                         412            7           6
          EQUIP OPER I                          411            0           1
          PAINTER                               411            2           2
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I                   411            0           1
          ACCT TECHNICIAN                       411            1           0
          FUEL STORAGE WORKER                   411            4           0
          MECH HELPER                           411            1           1
          BLDG SERVICE WORKER                   410            2           2
          OFFICE ASSISTANT II                   409            0           1
          MATERIALS DISPATCH TECH II            409            1           1
          GROUNDS MAINT OPERATO R               409            6           6
          SECRETARY II                          409            1           0
          CLERK TYPIST                          405            1           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                     91          91

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                                   NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide technical support to neighborhoods city-wide and stabilize all Oklahoma City
neighborhoods against deterioration; deliver housing rehabilitation services to qualifying
residents of low-income neighborhoods; administer the abandoned housing, nuisance
abatement and exterior maintenance programs; and promote public safety through animal
control programs and provide citize ns with animal adoption services.




                                                      City Manager



                                                      Neighborhood
                                                        Services
                                                      Administration



                                           Code                        Housing and
                                        Enforcement   Animal Welfare   Neighborhood
                                                                        Programs




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                                         NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
                                           SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                FY 01-02    FY 02-03    FY 03-04            Percent
                                                 Actual     Adopted     Proposed            Change
                                                             Budget      Budget

Administration                                    482,842     579,755     612,356               5.62%
Housing & Neighborhood Programs                 1,593,713   1,643,706   1,619,276              -1.49%
Code Enforcement                                1,626,606   1,659,823   1,751,572               5.53%
Animal Welfare                                  2,337,451   2,321,199   2,224,992              -4.14%
Special Purpose Fund                                    0           0      42,901                  N/A

Department Total                                6,040,612   6,204,483   6,251,097               0.75%


                                            SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                FY 01-02    FY 02-03    FY 03-04            Percent
                                                 Actual     Adopted     Proposed            Change
                                                             Budget      Budget

Administration                                          1           1            1              0.00%
Housing & Neighborhood Programs                        22          22           22              0.00%
Code Enforcement                                       30          27           26             -3.70%
Animal Welfare                                         51          48           43            -10.42%

Department Total                                     104           98           92             -6.12%




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                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                 FY 01-02       FY 02-03       FY 03-04              Percent
                                                  Actual        Adopted        Proposed              Change
                                                                 Budget         Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                                4,067,155      4,056,565        3,929,639               -3.13%
Other Services & Charges                           656,561        776,882          784,769                1.02%
Supplies                                           307,594        287,921          269,212               -6.50%
Capital Outlay                                           0              0                0                   N/A
Transfers                                                0              0          100,000                   N/A

Fund Total                                       5,031,310      5,121,368        5,083,620               -0.74%

Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                           0              0       11,364                    N/A
Other Services & Charges                                    0              0        2,176                    N/A
Supplies                                                    0              0       29,361                    N/A
Capital Outlay                                              0              0            0                    N/A
Transfers                                                   0              0            0                    N/A

Fund Total                                                  0              0       42,901                    N/A

Federal Fund
Personal Services                                  721,699        872,273         879,365                0.81%
Other Services & Charges                           184,591        198,942         233,311               17.28%
Supplies                                            39,025         11,900          11,900                0.00%
Capital Outlay                                      63,987              0               0                   N/A
Transfers                                                0              0               0                   N/A

Fund Total                                       1,009,302      1,083,115        1,124,576                3.83%

Department Total                                 6,040,612      6,204,483        6,251,097                0.75%


                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                            Amount            Positions
1.      Deleted four Environmental Code Inspector I positions in Housing and
        Neighborhood Programs.                                                          (208,277)              (4)
2.      Deleted Animal Welfare Supervisor.                                               (40,215)              (1)
3.      Deleted four Animal Welfare Representatives.                                    (135,843)              (4)
4.      Deleted Office Assistant II in Code Enforcement.                                 (33,247)              (1)
5.      Added 2.51 Mechanical Inspectors in Housing and Neighborhood Programs.            116,675            2.51
6.      Added transfer to MFA for weeds, demolition, and trash & debris contract
        funding.                                                                          100,000               0

Federal Fund                                                                            Amount            Positions
1.      Added 49% of Mechanical Inspector.                                                 30,516            0.49




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                                            ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Administration Division maintains contact with other departments, the City Manager's Office, City Council,
other governmental agencies, local non-profit organizations, neighborhood associations, lending institutions,
private businesses, relevant professional associations, the news media, the U.S. Department of Housing and
Urban Development (HUD) and other appropriate entities in carrying out the Department's mission. The
Departmental budget and the development of short and long-term goals and objectives are prepared by this
Division.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Continued the review of neighborhood programs and strategies with emphasis on participating neighborhood
strategic capacities.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Oversee and coordinate the responsibilities of the operating divisions in order to effectively accomplish the
Departmental mission.
Administer neighborhood support activities through housing programs, abandoned housing, nuisance abatement,
exterior maintenance and Animal Welfare Division activities.
Continue to work with Community Housing Development Organizations, capacity-building agencies and the
Planning Department to assist in their housing efforts and capacity building endeavors.
Pursue policy changes and operational modifications in order to expand and improve current service delivery
quality and to identify and develop new strategies for future improvements.




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                                           CODE ENFORCEMENT

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Code Enforcement Division is responsible for the demolition and securing of abandoned housing, exterior
property maintenance and nuisance code enforcement (weed abatement, trash and debris, dead trees, view
obstructions and inoperative vehicle complaints) in order to assist neighborhoods and individuals in dealing with
problems of blight and urban decay.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Performed proactive nuisance abatement and abandoned housing code sweeps throughout the city.
Continued enforcement of nuisance abatement, property maintenance and abandoned housing activities.
Successfully completed a summer proactive weed enforcement campaign on more than 200 miles of arterial
streets.
Expanded contract trash and debris removal from private properties to a city-wide program.
Provided Oklahoma Code Enforcement Certification Training for inspectors.
Began city-wide contract removal of inoperative vehicles from private properties.
Purchased and began implementation of total replacement computer system for tracking all Code Enforcement
activities.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Successfully complete operational transition to replacement computer system for tracking all code enforcement
activities.
Develop data collection and analysis technique using GIS and replacement computer system to improve
complaint -response and pro-active targeting capabilities to improve enforcement effectiveness.
Pursue efforts to expand summer pro-active weed enforcement campaign on 200 miles of arterial streets to
include trash removal activities.
Develop more effective enforcement practices in concert with the Municipal Counselor’s Office to address
property maintenance ownership issues.
Pursue efforts to award yearly contracts for securing of open buildings on a per opening basis.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual      Target          Estimated           Target
                                                                FY 01-02    FY 02-03          FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.     Houses removed or secured.                                    520           450                443              450
 2.     Mowing orders completed.                                    1,842       2,000                1,972           2,000
 3.     Number of nuisance complaints received.                   36,448       40,000              35,185          36,000

        Percentage of Environmental Code nuisance
 4.     inspections completed within four days of receipt by
        the Department.                                              95%            95%               94%              95%
        Percentage of Abandoned Housing inspections
 5.     completed within four days of receipt by the
        Department.                                                  92%            95%               91%              95%




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                                                ANIMAL WELFARE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Animal Welfare Division is responsible for promoting public health and safety through field services; for
temporarily sheltering and providing humane disposition of unwanted or lost animals; and for promoting animal
welfare and owner responsibility so that pet ownership is a pleasure for the owners without becoming a burden to
the community.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Managed intake of 24,140 animals and disposition of 23,806 animals.
Successfully completed major reorganization of Division.
Embarked on comprehensive training program for employees and volunteers to meet minimum standards of
training and identification of specific training areas for each job classification.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Oversee construction of shelter expansion and other General Obligation bond improvements.
Continue emphasis on employee and volunteer training to matrix standards (minimum and specific training
requirements for each job classification).
Increase the percentage of placement of sheltered animals relative to total dispositions.
Reduce animal euthanasia relative to total dispositions.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual       Target       Estimated          Target
                                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03       FY 02-03         FY 03-04
 1.      Adoption of sheltered animals.                              4,818        5,000            5,187           5,500
 2.      Transfers to Pet Placement Partners.                          N/A        2,250            1,514           1,600
 3.      Euthanasia of sheltered animals.                           14,095       14,000          13,484          14,000
 4.      Number of Service Requests completed.                      36,552       45,000          33,438          30,000
 5.      Number of animals sterilized in-house.                      3,838        4,500            3,645           3,000
 6.      Number of animals sterilized by Vet Partners.                 N/A          N/A              N/A              600
 7.      Number of live animals received.                           25,472       25,000          24,140          24,000
 8.      Number of dead animals picked up.                           8,050        8,000            4,123           6,000




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                                        HOUSING AND NEIGHBORHOOD PROGRAMS

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Housing and Neighborhood Programs Division combines the City’s Federally funded housing programs with
its neighborhood service capabilities and its Weed and Seed Program to develop and provide activities to
organized neighborhoods and neighborhood areas needing organizing. The objective is to generate increased
neighborhood stability through improvement projects, infill housing, property maintenance and rehabilitation, and
increased communication and information regarding programs and services available to neighborhood residents.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Continued to expand and fine-tune the Oklahoma City Building Blocks strategy to focus and coordinate technical
assistance and direct concentrated service delivery in pilot Building Block neighborhoods.
Conducted 44 lead-based paint risk assessments/inspections and eight clearance reports for sub-grantees to
achieve compliance with Federal regulations, generating $13,425 in program income.
Extended lending partnership agreement with Mid-First Bank to leverage Federal HOME funds for rehabilitation of
low-income homes.
Continued Project Exile in the Weed and Seed Program area to provide support services to assist felons with job
training, education, and drug and alcohol counseling.
Utilizing artists and youth within the community, seven community mural projects were completed in partnership
with the Arts Council of Oklahoma City and Community Action Agency. Initiated systemic changes to streamline
process by amending the sign ordinance to include a city-wide mural permit procedure.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Identify successful practices with Building Blocks pilot neighborhoods and expand the strategy as manpower
permits to additional neighborhoods; recruit additional departments and agencies to the core partnership team to
extend the range of services available.
Expand testing capabilities in lead-based paint compliance to eligible qualified agencies and volunteer groups to
mitigate the costs and operational difficulties of Federal lead-based paint compliance.
Analyze Weed and Seed Program in terms of its first six-year accomplishments and develop a vision for its
                                                               n
remaining four-year authorization to focus on greater resident i volvement and land-use issues that present
impediments to community improvements.
Continue to refine housing programs to increase public-private projects to leverage Federal funds and to
customize rehab and lending packages to localized neighborhood needs within the inner city.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual     Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02   FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Houses rehabilitated with HOME funds.                         30          32                30               32
 2.      Down Payments/Closing Costs Loan Program.                     23          20                11               12
         Houses repaired through the Exterior Maintenance
 3.
         Grant Program (CDBG funds).                                   78          88                74               68
 4.      Home Ownership Opportunity Program.                            2           2                11                2
         Houses provided with Exterior Materials            in
 5.
         coordination with Christmas In April OKC.                      3           5                16               28
         Implementational    partnerships         to   address
 6.
         neighborhood problems.                                         6          10                  1               4




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                                     BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                        PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                               RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES DI              025            1            1
          NEIGHBORHOOD SERV MGR                 519            1            1
          ANIMAL WELFARE SUPT                   518            1            1
          VETERINARIAN                          516            1            1
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS              516            2            2
          PROPERTY SPECIALIST                   515            1            1
          CHIEF BLDG INSP                       514            1            1
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC                   513            1            1
          FEDERAL PLANNING SPEC                 512            2            2
          PROPERTY TECHNICIAN                   511            2            2
          ANIMAL WELFARE SUPERVISOR             507            5            0
          ANIMAL WELFARE SUPERVISO              507            0            4
          MECHANICAL INSPECTOR I                416            0         2.51
          ENVIRONMENTAL CODE INSP I             415           21           17
          VETERINARY TECHNICIAN                 414            0            5
          LAB TECH                              412            5            0
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I                   411            0            1
          SECRETARY II                          409            1            0
          ANIMAL WELFARE REP                    409            9            0
          ANIMAL WELFARE OFFICER                409            0           25
          ANIMAL WELFARE REP                    409            0            5
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH I                   409            0            1
          OFFICE ASSISTANT II                   409            0            3
          ANIMAL WELFARE OFFICER                409           25            0
          ACCOUNT CLERK                         408            1            0
          SECRETARY I                           407            4            0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                     84        76.51

NEIGHBORHOOD GRANTS
FEDERAL GRANTS

          POSITION TITLE                        PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                               RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          FEDERAL PROGRAM MANAGER               517            1            1
          HOUSING REHAB COORD                   516            1            1
          PLANNER II                            513            1            1
          FEDERAL PLANNING SPEC                 512            0            1
          HOUSING REHAB SPEC II                 511            2            2
          LOAN OFFICER                          509            2            2
          HOUSING REHAB SPEC I                  509            4            4
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I                507            1            1
          MECHANICAL INSPECTOR I                416            0         0.49
          OFFICE ASSISTANT II                   409            0            1
          OFFICE ASSISTANT I                    408            0            1
          SECRETARY I                           407            1            0
          CLERK TYPIST                          405            1            0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                     14        15.49

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                                        PLANNING DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To assist the community in achieving their goals and objectives concerning the future of the
City; to facilitate the growth and development of Oklahoma City in a way that optimizes use of
City resources and minimizes costs to residents and the business community; to optimize
residential quality of life; to work with City Council members, other departments, agencies,
trusts, the development community and the general public in promoting the efficient growth
and development of the City.




                                                  City Manager



                                                   Planning
                                                 Administration



                            Community       Economic      Long Range   Subdivision
                            Development    Development     Planning    and Zoning




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                                          SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                               FY 01-02     FY 02-03        FY 03-04              Percent
                                                Actual      Adopted         Proposed              Change
                                                             Budget          Budget

Administration                                   521,691      580,686          528,085              -9.06%
Community Development                         17,096,707   38,244,328 (a)   35,272,508 (b)          -7.77%
Long Range Planning                              612,427      616,998          592,430              -3.98%
Current Planning                                 825,545      795,797          896,496              12.65%
Community Appearance (c)                          57,083      267,172                0            -100.00%
Office of Economic Development (d)                     0            0          457,586                  N/A
Special Purpose Fund                              13,733        9,536            4,539             -52.40%

Department Total                              19,127,186   40,514,517       37,751,644               -6.82%

NOTES:
(a) Includes $3,292,535 decrease in Federal program funding and $27,462,682 in reappropriations.
(b) Includes $939,033 increase in Federal program funding and $22,589,138 in reappropriations.
(c) Community Appearance is reduced to section status within the Community Development in FY 03-04.
(d) Office of Economic Development added for FY 03-04.


                                           SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                               FY 01-02     FY 02-03        FY 03-04              Percent
                                                Actual      Adopted         Proposed              Change
                                                             Budget          Budget

Administration                                         4             5                 2           -60.00%
Community Development                                 11            11                11             0.00%
Long Range Planning                                   10             9                 8           -11.11%
Current Planning                                      13            12                13             8.33%
Community Appearance (a)                               3             4                 0          -100.00%
Office of Economic Development (b)                     0             0                 6                N/A

Department Total                                      41            41                40             -2.44%

NOTES:
(a) Community Appearance is reduced to section status within the Community Development in FY 03-04.
(b) Office of Economic Development added for FY 03-04.




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                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                 FY 01-02      FY 02-03         FY 03-04             Percent
                                                  Actual       Adopted          Proposed             Change
                                                                Budget           Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                                 1,818,872     1,856,854        1,690,743              -8.95%
Other Services & Charges                            148,719       157,683          295,026              87.10%
Supplies                                             39,095        31,242           31,242               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                            0             0                0                  N/A
Transfers                                                 0             0                0                  N/A

Fund Total                                        2,006,686     2,045,779        2,017,011               -1.41%

Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                          0            0                0                 N/A
Other Services & Charges                               1,261        3,425            2,464            -28.06%
Supplies                                               7,936        1,575            2,075             31.75%
Capital Outlay                                         4,536        4,536                0           -100.00%
Transfers                                                  0            0                0                 N/A

Fund Total                                           13,733         9,536            4,539             -52.40%

Federal Fund
Personal Services                                 1,052,355     1,615,761        1,311,776             -18.81%
Other Services & Charges                         15,965,514    35,407,462       31,845,290             -10.06%
Supplies                                             68,665        78,600           45,800             -41.73%
Capital Outlay                                       20,233     1,357,379        1,321,825               0.00%
Transfers                                                 0             0                0                  N/A

Fund Total                                       17,106,767    38,459,202 (a)   34,524,691 (b)         -10.23%

Department Total                                 19,127,186    40,514,517       36,546,241               -9.79%

NOTES:
(a) Includes $3,292,535 decrease in Federal program funding and $27,462,682 in reappropriations.
(b) Includes $939,033 increase in Federal program funding and $22,589,138 in reappropriations.


                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                            Amount            Positions
1.      Deleted Planner II in Long-Range Planning.                                       (51,428)              (1)
2.      Moved Federal Program Manager to Federal funding.                                (60,914)              (1)
3.      Moved Urban Redevelopment Specialist to Federal funding.                         (76,440)              (1)
4.      Moved 39% of Planner III to Federal funding.                                     (25,855)           (0.39)
5.      Moved 39% of Planner II to Federal funding.                                      (27,380)           (0.39)




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Federal Fund                                                                               Amount           Positions
1.      Added 39% of Planner II from General Fund.                                             27,380           0.39
2.      Added 39% of Planner III from General Fund.                                            25,855           0.39
3.      Added Federal Program Manager from General Fund.                                       62,571             1
4.      Added Urban Redevelopment Specialist from General Fund.                                78,577             1
5.      Increased Program Funding.                                                           939,033              0


                                               ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Administration Division provides support to each of the divisions, aiding the effectiveness of each in the
performance of core divisional tasks. Administration also coordinates programs requiring a departmental
approach and provides assistance in planning projects with other City departments and in maintaining and
improving intergovernmental and public-private relationships.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Implementation of the Downtown Plan process.
Amended the Oklahoma City Empowerment Zones to include the Asian District, OCU, Central Park
Neighborhood, Jefferson Park Neighborhood, Paseo Neighborhood and Westtown (census tract 1036.02).
Implemented Neighborhood Building Blocks program in Medical Center Neighborhood.
Reorganized the Planning Department to provide for more program effective delivery.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Assist the divisions in achieving their goals and objectives.
Continue coordination of the Downtown Plan.
Implement the Neighborhood Building Blocks program in two neighborhoods.
Establish Empowerment Zone tax-exempt bond program.
Accomplish the Empowerment Zone legislative agenda.
Adopt revised Zoning Ordinance and Subdivision Regulations.
Adopt revised Historical Preservation Ordinance.
Continue coordination of the Federal Consolidated Plan.
Continue coordination of neighborhood/sector action plans to implement the OKC Plan.
Continue proactive zoning enforcement activities.




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                                        COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Community Development Division has three primary responsibilities: (1) to receive and administer the City’s
Federal entitlement grants (Community Development Block Grant, HOME, Emergency Shelter Grant, and
Housing Opportunities for Persons with AIDS); (2) to develop more effective policies and programs to enhance
the community’s appearance, including improved urban design standards for public and private developments;
and (3) the maintenance of Federal accounts and servicing loans made with HOME and CDBG funds. The
Division is, also responsible for the conduct of the City’s Social Services grants and for the preparation of
applications for Supportive Housing, Shelter Plus Care, Section 8 Moderate Rehabilitation Single Room
Occupancy and Permanent Homeless Housing grants and their administration upon the awarding of funds.
The Division provides staff support to the Citizens’ Committee for Community Development, Council
Neighborhood Conservation Committee, and Council Social Services Committee, Urban Design commission,
Bricktown Design Committee, Stockyards City Urban Design Committee, and the Historical Preservation and
Landmark Commission.
The Division prepares or assists in the preparation of applications, multiyear documents and plans, and conducts
citizen participation and compliance processes as may be required by Federal or State program regulations.
Additionally, the Division services multiple affordable home loans and monitors other agencies servicing loans
made through the City’s HOME and CDBG programs. The Division works through third-party contracts,
subrecipient agreements, operating agreements and other public-private partnerships.
Effective midyear of FY 2002-03, the Division has integrated the staff and operations of the Community
Appearance Division; thus, the Division provides staff support for the Urban Design Commission, the Bricktown
Urban Design Committee, the Stockyards City Urban Design Committee and the Historical Preservation and
Landmark Commission. The Division is also working to address growing community concerns about the City’s
appearance through implementation of actions and recommendations contained in the Comprehensive Plan
Update (OKC Plan) that center on community appearance, historic preservation and urban design issues. In
addition to supporting the four review bodies, the Division’s primary responsibilities include: developing more
effective policies and programs to enhance community appearance; developing improved urban design standards
for public and private developments; developing community appearance improvement plans; and facilitating the
development and implementation of specific improvement projects and plans supported by the community.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Conducted a retreat for the Historical Preservation and Landmark Commission.
Adopted revised Historical Preservation and Landmark Commission and Urban Design ordinances.
Enhanced Consolidated Plan.
Successful competition for more than $2.4 million in Continuum of Care (homeless) grants.
Completed transfer of the former John A. Brown and J.C. Penny buildings in Capitol Hill for redevelopment by the
Community Action Agency.
Implemented City purchase of the historic Skirvin Plaza Hotel.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Administer the City’s grant programs according to Federal and State regulations, program designs and local
needs.
Continue support for Oklahoma City Enterprise Community programs.
Continue to support the Oklahoma City Continuum of Care and other homeless programs.
Administer and enhance the City’s Social Services grant program.
Pursue new Federal, State, and local funding and financing.
Implement new Historic Preservation Ordinance and Guidelines.
Develop effective public information programs.
Continue to enhance the efficiency and effectiveness of existing design review policies and procedures.
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Continue to assist in revising zoning ordinances and subdivision regulations where community appearance issues
are affected.
Continue program of working retreats for Historical Preservation and Landmark Commission and urban design
commissions.
Complete National Register Nomination for Gatewood District.
Administer the City's grant programs according to Federal and State regulations, program designs and local
needs.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                Actual     Target      Estimated           Target
                                                               FY 01-02   FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
        Maintenance of lower-income spending at or above
 1.
        regulatory average of 70% over a three-year cycle.         70%        70%               70%             70%
 2.     Implement design guidelines for HP districts.              50%       100%               80%            100%
 3.     Agenda Items processed for Urban Design
        Commission and Committees and/or administrative
        approval.                                                   250        260               260             260
 4.     Implement new grant application programs.                    11         10                10               10




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                                        ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Economic Development Division functions to implement and coordinate a wide array of projects and
programs, including the Oklahoma City Empowerment Zone (EZ) and Enterprise Community (EC), coordination of
Downtown redevelopment, the Murrah District Revitalization Program and competitive grant applications. The
Division also (1) designs, implements and monitors business assistance, economic development disaster
recovery, and urban redevelopment programs with emphasis on the EZ, EC and Neighborhood Revitalization
Strategy Area; (2) provides staff support to the Empowerment Zone and Enterprise Community Governance
Committee, City Council, and multiple EZ ad hoc committees; (3) coordinates the implementation of projects and
programs related to EZ, EC, and (State) Enterprise Zone, and general economic development goals; and (4) is
responsible for the pursuit of other grants that the City, or one of its community-based partners, may be eligible to
receive.
The Division prepares or assists in the preparation of applications for the following grants from the following
agencies: U. S. Department of Commerce, Economic Development Administration; U. S. Department of Housing
and Urban Development; U. S. Treasury Department, Community Development Financial Institutions Office,
Environmental Protection Agency, Region VI; (State designated) Enterprise Zones and provides technical
assistance to community-based organizations applying for funds from both Federal agencies and private
foundations.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Amended Empowerment Zone to include Downtown developable sites, the Westtown area, Asian District, OCU
and the Central Park, Jefferson Park and Paseo Neighborhoods.
Established working Empowerment Zone partnership with Chamber of Commerce Central City Development
program.
First year’s marketing of the Empowerment Zone tax incentives.
Coordinated Development of draft Downtown Plan.
Ongoing technical assistance to the Downtown and Stockyards City Business Improvement Districts.
Established working coalition of Round III Empowerment Zones with common legislative agenda.
Closed on three Murrah District Revitalization loans in the amount of $723,769.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Reach 100% of Oklahoma City’s Empowerment Zone businesses with information regarding the tax benefits they
share as part of the Empowerment Zone.
Continue Oklahoma City Enterprise Community programs.
Pursue new Federal, State, and local funding and financing.
Implement Empowerment Zone tax incentives marketing plan.
Implement Downtown Plan in cooperation with Downtown Stakeholders and Coordination Committee.
Enhance the business recruitment and retention programs within the Empowerment Zone and CDBG areas.
Establish funding partnerships with community and faith-based organizations regarding grant application for
Federal programs and private foundations.
Establish technical assistant and support protocols for Urban Main Streets and other economic development
programs.
Design and implement tax-exempt bond program for the Empowerment Zone and Enterprise Community areas.




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Amend the Empowerment Zone to include the Murrah/MidTown area.
Continue to pursue Federal administrative funding for the Empowerment Zone program.
Continue to work with Congressional offices to accomplish the City’s Empowerment Zone and New Markets Tax
Credits legislative agenda.
Prepare survey with report of Empowerment Zone businesses to determine the level of tax incentive use.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                           ACTUAL       TARGET       ESTIMATED               TARGET
                                                           FY 01-02     FY 02-03      FY 02-03               FY 03-04

         Grant applications filed and Section 108 loans
 1.
         concluded.                                               11           10                   12                  10

         Empowerment Zone Business Contacts made,
 2.
         cold calls and mail.                                    N/A       16,000             16,000              30,500

         Projects using tax-exempt bonds     and   New
 3.
         Markets Tax Credits investments.                        N/A            1                    1                       2




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                                            LONG RANGE PLANNING

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Division is organized into two sections, Urban Planning and Planning Resources. The Urban Planning
Section develops neighborhood and commercial district plans; drafts ordinance amendments and grant proposals
to implement those plans; oversees the implementation of the Trails Master Plan; provides design assistance for
streetscape improvement projects; performs special land use and other planning-related studies; offers technical
assistance in the development and implementation of tax increment districts; and participates in the
implementation of the OKC Plan through the review of zoning and subdivision proposals and through other
planning projects.
The Planning Resources Section is responsible for the update of the Comprehensive Plan; provides data and
graphic design support to other City departments and the public; maintains the City's land use, housing, and
socio-demographic database and the analytical capabilities for applying the base to City policies and operations;
maintains the official Zoning Map; provides the staff report graphics for zoning and subdivision cases; develops
contents for the Department web site; and assists other departments, City Boards and committees and Council
members in the development of computerized public presentations.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Published the "Putting Down Roots" booklet on the selection, planting and maintenance of trees in OKC.
Completed the Medical Community Neighborhood Plan.
Completed planning assessment for the 23rd Corridor from I-35 to the western corporate limits.
Completion of the Landscape Ordinance Update.
Completed the planning project for the West Lawn Garden Neighborhood Plan.
Updated the Neighborhood Health Assessment using latest Census Data.
Coordinated the Mayor's Development Round Table.
Established the Official Zoning Maps for the GIS system.
Created geographic database of vacant and County-owned land to encourage redevelopment projects and
stabilize neighborhoods.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Adoption of the 23rd Street Corridor Plan.
Completion of the Midtown Streetscape Project (Phase I), the first use of a roundabout in OKC.
Completion of the Plaza District Streetscape Project.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual      Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02    FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Percent of I-40 land use plan implemented.                  10%          20%           20%              20%

 2.      Streetscape construction.                                    N/A         30%              30%              40%
 3.      Number of trails completed.                                     1           2                  2                 2
 4.      Number of data/graphic requests.                             418         420                300             300




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                                          SUBDIVISION AND ZONING

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Division is organized into two sections: Subdivision/Zoning Review and Zoning Inspections.                 The
Subdivision/Zoning Review work area provides for the orderly growth and development of the City by making
consistent and objective reports to the City Council or appropriate board or commission regarding the optimum
use of land under the current development policies and directions; develops and maintains modern land
subdivision and associated regulations and administrative procedures as a basis for efficient, timely and effective
professional planning services resulting in rational and orderly land development that is consistent with the goals
and policy directions of the OKC Plan; and provides professional support to the City Council and to boards and
commissions responsible for the review of applications relating to land use and improvements.
Zoning Inspections is responsible for the enforcement of all zoning ordinance requirements, including permit
inspections for signs, fences, parking and handicapped parking. Zoning inspectors make the final inspections on
building permits to ensure zoning compliance and participate in enhanced enforcement efforts in neighborhood
areas including weekend front-yard parking enforcement, and enforcement of signs placed illegally in the City
right-of-way.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Amended zoning ordinance to require paved parking for the side yard area in residential districts.
Assisted the Neighborhood Services Department with a zoning ordinance amendment relating to the Mural
ordinance.
Completed the first phase of Committee work regarding the update of the Development Regulations.
Negotiated and implemented an agreement with the Capital Medical Zoning Commission to conduct zoning
inspections in the area around the State Capital and the Medical Center.
Assisted in the review and adoption of the Historic Preservation Ordinance.
Assisted in the review of the pending Landscape Ordinance.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Process zoning and subdivision agenda items for Planning Commission, Board of Adjustment and City Council
consideration and action.
Respond to all zoning complaints and conduct permit inspections as required.
Revise and implement new Development Regulations in response to the OKC Plan 2000 – 2020.
Continue program to improve zoning enforcement of sign ordinance violations.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual        Target       Estimated          Target
                                                                FY 01-02      FY 02-03       FY 02-03         FY 03-04
 1.       Three-day response to zoning complaints.                   95%          95%                95%             95%
 2.       Number of zoning inspections.                           27,131        26,000            29,285          26,000
          Number of Board of Adjustment agenda Items
 3.
          processed.                                                  798          800                775             800
 4.       Number of Council Agenda Items.                             562          550                620             550




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                                    BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
PLANNING
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          PLANNING DIRECTOR                    025             1          1
          PLANNER IV                           520             2          2
          PLANNER III                          517          2.39          2
          FEDERAL PROGRAM MANAGER              517             1          0
          CHIEF ZONING INSP                    515             1          1
          URBAN REDEVEL SPEC                   514             1          0
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT II             514             1          1
          PLANNER II                           513          7.39          6
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC                  513             1          1
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT I              511             1          1
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                506             1          1
          ZONING INSP I                        415             5          5
          CODE TECHNICIAN                      415             2          2

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                  26.78         23

PLANNING
FEDERAL GRANTS

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          PLANNER IV                           520             2          2
          URBAN REDEVEL SPEC                   518             2          3
          FEDERAL PROGRAM MANAGER              517             0          1
          PLANNER III                          517          0.61          1
          PLANNER II                           513          4.61          5
          MUNCIPAL ACCT II                     512             1          1
          MUNCIPAL ACCT I                      510             1          1
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I               507             1          1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                 505             1          1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I                  411             0          1
          SECRETARY II                         409             1          0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                  14.22         17




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                                          PUBLIC WORKS
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To assist in the growth of Oklahoma City by providing for the basic infrastructure needs of the
community through timely completion of bond projects; maintenance of City streets, bridges,
drainage and traffic control facilities; implementation of a comprehensive storm water quality
program; review and issuance of construction-related permits, and the provision of
professional staff support to the City Council, boards, commissions and other City
departments.




                                                 City Manager



                                                Public Works
                                                Administration


    Traffic                 Engineering     Field        Development   Streets and          Storm Water
  Management                               Services        Center       Drainage               Quality




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                                         PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT
                                            SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                 FY 01-02         FY 02-03         FY 03-04              Percent
                                                  Actual          Adopted          Proposed              Change
                                                                  Budget            Budget

Administration                                    2,913,603        3,000,755        2,993,740        -0.23%
Traffic Management                                3,865,451        4,130,055        3,808,365        -7.79%
Engineering                                       1,463,072        1,595,282        1,512,474        -5.19%
Field Services                                    3,052,937        3,015,656        2,855,229        -5.32%
Development Center                                4,062,978        3,901,210        4,045,470         3.70%
Street Maintenance                               17,966,495 (a)   22,143,888 (b)   19,581,143 (c)   -11.57%
Stormwater Drainage Utility                       7,342,091 (d)   19,840,607 (e)   19,371,737 (f)    -2.36%
Federal Grants                                    2,937,339           35,000        5,739,842 (g) 16299.55%
MAPS Operations Fund                              3,465,000          589,074          437,049       -25.81%
Special Purpose Fund                                 21,880           10,177            1,092       -89.27%

Department Total                                 47,090,846       58,261,704       60,346,141                 3.58%

NOTES:
(a) Includes Fund 12X Expenditures of $8,200,584.
(b) Amount reflects $5,498,609 in reappropriations.
(c) Amount reflects $4,972,874 in reappropriations.
(d) Includes Fund 15X Expenditures of $2,734,324.
(e) Amount reflects $5,086,996 in reappropriations.
(f) Amount reflects $4,247,328 in reappropriations.
(g) Amount reflects $5,725,408 in reappropriations.


                                             SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                 FY 01-02         FY 02-03         FY 03-04              Percent
                                                  Actual          Adopted          Proposed              Change
                                                  Budget          Budget            Budget
Administration                                           31               31             29.5               -4.84%
Traffic Management                                       65               63               55              -12.70%
Engineering                                              24               24               21              -12.50%
Field Services                                           54               50               44              -12.00%
Development Center                                       72               66               66                0.00%
Federal Grants                                            1                0                0                   N/A
Street Maintenance                                      143              134              131               -2.24%
Stormwater Drainage Utility                              61               67             73.5                9.70%
MAPS Operations Fund                                      0                1                1                0.00%

Department Total                                        451              436                421              -3.44%




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                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                          FY 01-02         FY 02-03         FY 03-04              Percent
                                           Actual          Adopted          Proposed              Change
                                                           Budget            Budget
General Fund
Personal Services                         13,219,085       13,626,962       13,291,587                -2.46%
Other Services & Charges                   1,541,100        1,432,730        1,376,212                -3.94%
Supplies                                     597,856          583,266          547,479                -6.14%
Capital Outlay                                     0                0                0                    N/A
Transfers                                  4,848,018        4,947,465        4,544,990                -8.13%

Fund Total                                20,206,059       20,590,423       19,760,268                -4.03%

Street & Alley Fund
Personal Services                          6,358,791        6,804,718        6,604,131               -2.95%
Other Services & Charges                   1,701,115        1,528,725        1,652,508                8.10%
Supplies                                   2,157,187        2,036,440        1,415,207              -30.51%
Capital Outlay                             7,749,402       11,774,005        9,909,297              -15.84%
Transfers                                          0                0                0                   N/A

Fund Total                                17,966,495 (a)   22,143,888 (b)   19,581,143 (c)          -11.57%

Stormwater Drainage Utility Fund
Personal Services                          2,844,247        3,752,946        4,288,509               14.27%
Other Services & Charges                   1,550,576        3,516,510        4,338,987               23.39%
Supplies                                      98,581          389,623          507,123               30.16%
Capital Outlay                             2,826,301       12,181,528       10,237,118              -15.96%
Transfers                                     22,386                0                0                   N/A

Fund Total                                 7,342,091 (d)   19,840,607 (e)   19,371,737 (f)            -2.36%

MAPS Operations Fund - N.Canadian River
Personal Services                               0             87,362            88,349               1.13%
Other Services & Charges                        0            453,012                 0            -100.00%
Supplies                                        0              3,700             3,700               0.00%
Capital Outlay                          2,615,000             45,000            45,000               0.00%
Transfers                                 850,000                  0           300,000                  N/A

Fund Total                                 3,465,000         589,074           437,049              -25.81%

Federal Funds
Personal Services                             44,548           35,000            8,450              -75.86%
Other Services & Charges                     949,263                0        1,364,264                   N/A
Supplies                                           0                0              818                   N/A
Capital Outlay                             1,921,903                0        4,366,310                   N/A
Transfers                                     21,625                0                0                   N/A

Fund Total                                 2,937,339           35,000        5,739,842 (g) 16299.55%




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                                             FY 01-02      FY 02-03      FY 03-04              Percent
                                              Actual       Adopted       Proposed              Change
                                                           Budget         Budget

Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                      0            0              0                  N/A
Other Services & Charges                               0            0              0                  N/A
Supplies                                               0            0              0                  N/A
Capital Outlay                                    21,880       10,177          1,092             -89.27%
Transfers                                              0            0              0                  N/A

Fund Total                                        21,880       10,177          1,092             -89.27%


Total All Funds                              51,938,864    63,209,169    64,891,131                 2.66%

Less Transfers to Street & Alley             (4,848,018)   (4,947,465)   (4,544,990)               -8.13%

Total All Funds Less Transfers               47,090,846    58,261,704    60,346,141                 3.58%

NOTES:
(a) Includes Fund 12X Expenditures of $8,200,584.
(b) Amount reflects $5,498,609 in reappropriations.
(c) Amount reflects $4,972,874 in reappropriations.
(d) Includes Fund 15X Expenditures of $2,734,324.
(e) Amount reflects $5,086,996 in reappropriations.
(f) Amount reflects $4,247,328 in reappropriations.
(g) Amount reflects $5,725,408 in reappropriations.




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                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                                          Amount            Positions
1.      Reduced Funding in Survey Section of Field Services.                                           (261,627)             (5)
2.      Deleted one Electronic Technician I position in Signal Repair.                                  (42,639)             (1)
3.      Deleted one Civil Engineer II position in Contract Administration.                              (63,618)             (1)
4.      Deleted one Construction Inspector I position in Field Services.                                (59,517)             (1)
5.      Reduced Traffic Data Collection Funding.                                                       (134,089)             (2)
6.      Eliminated one Long Line Striping Crew in Pavement Marking.                                    (121,388)             (2)
7.      Deleted one Engineer in Training position in Bridge and Drainage Design.                        (59,969)             (1)
8.      Deleted one Engineering Aide I position in Paving and Resurfacing.                              (54,231)             (1)
9.      Deleted Mapping Specialist position in Traffic Management.                                      (52,522)             (1)
10.     Eliminated Funding for Union Station Lease in Field Services.                                   (33,000)              0
11.     Transferred one Engineer in Training to the Stormwater Drainage Utility
        Fund.                                                                                           (55,039)             (1)
12.     Transferred one Engineering Assistant II to the Stormwater Drainage Utility
        Fund.                                                                                           (66,155)             (1)
13.     Reduced Graffiti and Special Events Funding.                                                   (166,837)             (2)
14.     Partial Split of Positions between General Fund and Drainage Utility Fund.                      (56,772)            (.50)
15.     Reduced Transfer to Street and Alley.                                                          (651,981)              0
16.     Added Property Technician position transferred from the Stormwater
        Drainage Utility Fund.                                                                            66,500              1

Street and Alley Fund                                                                                 Amount            Positions
1.      Eliminated Rural Road Chip Seal Program.                                                       (513,201)             (2)
2.      Deleted Equipment               Operator   II   Position   in   Rural   Road   Drainage
        Maintenance.                                                                                    (36,499)             (1)

3.      Deleted Crew Worker III Position in Asphalt Pavement Maintenance                                (49,747)             (1)
5.      Reduced Part-time Temporary Funding                                                             (25,216)              0
4.      Reallocated various positions between the Stormwater Drainage Utility Fund.                       37,768              1




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Storm Water Drainage Utility Fund                                                                 Amount            Positions
1.      Transferred one              Property   Technician   to   General   Fund   Contract
        Administration.                                                                              (68,329)            (1)

2.      Reduced Capital Funding.                                                                 (1,325,000)              0
3.      Reduced Part-time Temporary Pay Funding.                                                   (117,000)              0
4.      Reallocated various positions between the Street and Alley Fund.                             (37,768)            (1)
5.      Added new Household Hazardous Waste Organization.                                          1,474,663              6
6.      Partial split of positions between General Fund and Drainage Utility Fund.                     58,416           0.50
7.      Added Engineer in Training position transferred from General Fund.                             55,039             1
8.      Added Engineering Assistant II position transferred from the General Fund.                     66,155             1


MAPS Operations Fund                                                                              Amount            Positions
1.      Decreased Funding for Annual River Dredging.                                               (150,000)              0


Brownfields Grant                                                                                 Amount            Positions
1.      Reduced Personal Services Funding.                                                           (20,566)             0




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                                             ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Administration Division supervises and coordinates the functions of the six other divisions within the Public
Works Department. These divisions include Street and Drainage Maintenance; Traffic Management; Street,
Bridge and Drainage Engineering; Field Services; Development Center; and Storm Water Quality. The
Administration Division develops departmental strategies in order to implement policies approved by the City
Council and the City Manager. Administration also furnishes the expertise and direction necessary to implement
all general obligation bond projects and other projects included in the Capital Improvement Plan. Specific duties
include obtaining consulting design services and coordination of in-house staff to ensure capital improvement
projects are built in a timely manner and within budget. This Division also acts as a liaison between the Public
Works Department staff and numerous boards, commissions and citizen groups.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Continued to provide engineering, architectural and contract administration support for the General Obligation
Bond, MAPS and OCMAPS programs.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Ensure that all G.O. Bond and CIP projects are on schedule through use of the Project Scheduling and Tracking
System.
Continue the G.O. Bond and MAPS chargeback system to recover direct costs associated with the
implementation of these two programs.
Purchase and implement a new automated pavement management system that will inventory, rate and schedule
maintenance for all streets within Oklahoma City.
Work with staff from the Development Center and Information Technology Department in the development of
specifications, evaluation of, purchase, and implementation of an integrated plan review – permitting – inspection
system.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                              Actual        Target        Estimated             Target
                                                             FY 01-02      FY 02-03        FY 02-03            FY 03-04
        Expend and/or encumber funds from the 1995
 1.
        G.O. Bond Program.                                         65%           75%               75%               100%
        Expend and/or encumber Advanced Engineering
 2.
        funds from the 2000 Bond Program.                   $1,229,600     $2,000,000     $1,830,000         $3,590,922
        Recover costs of administering G.O. Bond and
 3.
        MAPS projects.                                        $873,778      $969,947      $1,254,000         $1,096,277




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                                            TRAFFIC M ANAGEMENT

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Traffic Management Division’s responsibilities include: coordination with other divisions, departments and
agencies in finding solutions to all transportation-related problems; providing information as requested by the City
Council, the Traffic Commission and the Planning Commission; reviewing Federal and State transportation
projects affecting the city; planning, designing and implementing new traffic control devices and improving existing
traffic control devices; maintenance of all traffic control devices including signs, pavement markings, traffic signals
and street lights; and providing staff for the Unified Planning Work Program (UPWP) in cooperation with the
Association of Central Oklahoma Governments, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation and the Central
Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority. This Division is also responsible for the removal of graffiti from
the public right-of-way and coordination of special events throughout the City.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Completed upgrade of the Vehicle Management System (VMS) including the replacement of 187 traffic signal
controllers and centralized master control computer system.
Initiated one-way versus two-way downtown traffic study.
Completed construction contracts on four (4) in-house designed traffic signal projects, designed three (3) signals
for inclusion into Federal Aid projects, constructed two (2) new traffic signals, designed and built one (1) new
traffic signal and modified six (6) other signals including implementing new traffic signal controls on W. Memorial
Road at N. Pennsylvania Avenue and N. May Avenue. Designed one (1) signal project to be bid in April for the
replacement of two (2) signals on N. Villa Avenue.
Developed specifications and contracted for a $500,000 city-wide pavement markings contract under which over
1.3 million feet of thermoplastic striping was installed.
Developed specifications for a Federal Aid city-wide pavement markings, bid through the Oklahoma Department
of Transportation for construction in 2003. Under this contract, an additional 0.75 million feet of thermoplastic
striping will be installed.
Substantially completed specifications for a Federal Aid city-wide sign replacement project in conjunction with a
consultant which will replace over 3,000 signs in 2003.
Substantially completed plans and specifications for a Federal Aid city-wide school zone safety improvement
project under which over 40 school zones will be improved.
Developed and implemented contractor work zone notification system to track street closures for coordination and
planning purposes.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Respond to traffic sign requests.
Respond to traffic signal trouble calls.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual       Target      Estimated          Target
                                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03      FY 02-03         FY 03-04
 1.      Sign requests completed within 14 days.                      54%          90%              54%             90%
 2.      Response to priority signal trouble calls (minutes)            24         N/A                27               25




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                                                      ENGINEERING

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Engineering Division consists of two work sections: Bridge and Drainage Design, and Paving and
Resurfacing. The City Engineer coordinates and supervises divisional activities.
This Division is responsible for working with consulting engineers and contractors to ensure timely and proper
construction of capital improvement projects. Activities include checking submitted plans for appropriateness and
accuracy and preparing specifications for street resurfacing and street repair contracts. Projects include
construction of streets, bridges, storm sewers, street resurfacing and improvements to City-owned buildings and
properties. Engineering also maintains engineering records; distributes engineering and street and drainage
information to the public; provides engineering services to other City departments.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Awarded street resurfacing and street repair contracts totaling an estimated $5,000,000.
Awarded channel maintenance contracts totaling an estimated $500,000.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Prepare specifications for and manage contracts for the resurfacing and repair of City streets.
Prepare specifications and manage contracts for the maintenanc e of unimproved drainage channels.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual       Target        Estimated             Target
                                                                  FY 01-02     FY 02-03        FY 02-03            FY 03-04
         Resurfacing/pothole contracts awarded (Annual
 1.
         Resurfacing Program).                                    $6,253,619   $5,019,018     $5,000,000         $5,000,000
         Drainage           channel     maintenance   contracts
 2.
         awarded.                                                  $663,891     $600,000         $500,000           $500,000




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                                                    FIELD SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Field Services Division is responsible for inspecting the work of contractors in the field on all infrastructure
projects. These projects include construction of streets, bridges, storm sewers, street resurfacing, traffic control,
water lines, sanitary sewer lines and improvements of City-owned buildings and facilities. Field Services also
provides survey services and maintains the City's Pavement Management System.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Inspected 61 lane miles of new paving.
Inspected 64 lane miles of resurfacing.
Inspected 291,702 feet of sanitary sewer.
Inspected 317,826 feet of water line.
Inspected 82,099 feet of storm sewer.
Conducted 47,300 feet of preliminary survey.
Conducted 32,500 feet of construction survey.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Promote the social and economic welfare of the City by providing "Quality Construction Inspection" at an efficient
level to ensure improvements through conformity to accepted construction practices, plans and specifications,
laws, ordinances and established policies.
Ensure compliance with City Ordinances, state and federal standards and good construction practices for public
facilities.
Work in conjunction with the Administration and Engineering Divisions to implement a new pavement
management program.
Survey City projects as required.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual      Target         Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02    FY 02-03         FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.          Lane miles of new paving inspected.                        61           50              55               50
 2.          Lane miles of resurfacing inspected.                       64           50                140               50
 3.          Feet of sanitary sewer inspected.                    291,702      200,000           265,000          200,000
 4.          Feet of water line inspected.                        317,826      220,000           115,000          200,000
 5.          Feet of storm sewer inspected.                        82,099       45,000             45,000          45,000
 6.          Feet of preliminary survey.                           47,300       40,000             23,000          40,000
 7.          Feet of construction survey.                          32,500       40,000             15,000          40,000
             Number of GPS or total station control points
 8.
             established.                                              910         300                 275             300
 9.          Acres of area surveys.                                    166         150                  77             150
 10.         Linear feet of final measure survey.                  75,500       65,000             40,000          65,000




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                                              DEVELOPMENT CENTER

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Development Center provides the effective implementation and maintenance of ordinances and policies
related to land use codes and building regulations. The Division is responsible for: review of all building plans for
compliance with relevant codes and ordinances; collection of fees and issuance of permits for all construction-
related activity; inspection of all structures for safety and code compliance; and enforcement of building code
requirements.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The National Electrical Code, 2002, has been reviewed by staff and the Electrical Code Commission with the
recommendation to adopt it into ordinance. An ordinance and a resolution are being prepared for presentation to
the City Council for adoption.
The staff and the Building Code Commission are presently reviewing the International Building code, 2003, and
the International Existing Building Code, 2003, for adoption.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Review commercial building plans for code compliance.
Review residential building plans for code compliance.
Complete the initial code review for new construction permits within ten working days.
Complete the initial code review for remodel permits within five working days.
Issue building and other construction-related permits.
Respond to all called inspections within 16 working hours.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual      Target        Estimated           Target
                                                                  FY 01-02    FY 02-03        FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.     Review commercial building plans.                             2,044       2,100              1,700            1,750
 2.     Review residential building plans.                            2,436       2,500              2,894            2,900
        Complete the initial code review for new construction
 3.
        within ten working days.                                     85.8%         80%                  4%               5%
        Complete the initial code review for remodels within
 4.
        five working days.                                           70.4%         85%                23%              25%
 5.     Issue building and related permits.
                                                                    46,434       47,750            50,186           51,700
 6.     Respond to called inspections within 16 working hours.         85%         85%                85%              75%




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                                         STREETS AND DRAINAGE M AINTENANCE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Street and Drainage Maintenance Division provides street/road construction and maintenance and drainage
maintenance services to Oklahoma City. The street/road construction and maintenance sections are charged
with the maintenance and repair of asphalt and concrete streets, bridges and rural roads. Maintenance services
include micro-resurfacing, asphalt base repair, permanent and temporary asphalt patching, c     urb and gutter
replacement, street panel repair, bridge deck maintenance and inlet cleaning.
The Drainage Maintenance Sections are responsible for performing functions related to maintenance and repair
of drainage structures, creeks and maintenance of the North Canadian River channel. Improved drainage
services include storm sewer cleaning, concrete liner and structure maintenance, galvanized drain pipe
maintenance and installation, storm sewer manhole and catch basin maintenance and lateral line maintenance.
This Division also applies necessary treatments (salting, plowing, sanding, etc.) to major arterial streets to
maintain drivable conditions during snow and ice emergencies, provides removal of obstructions to roadway
access, and removes storm debris throughout the City as necessitated by severe weather. Members of the
Division’s Emergency Response Team provide heavy equipment support to the Police and Fire Departments as
required and are the Division’s first responders in the aftermath of severe weather and other emergencies.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Repaired 9,640 linear feet of concrete street panels and performed 32,903 square feet of asphalt base repair.
Cleaned 156,681 linear feet of concrete liner and repaired or maintained 3,926 linear feet of storm sewers.
Cleaned 159,814 linear feet of earthen drainage channels.
Replaced or repaired decks or structural members on wooden, asphalt and concrete bridges throughout the city.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Improve asphalt patching, base repair productivi ty and work quality.
Repair damaged concrete street panels, curbs and gutters.
Clean 125,000 linear feet of unimproved drainage channels throughout the city.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                         Actual Target Estimated Target
                                                                        FY 01-02 FY 02-03 FY 02-03 FY 03-04
1. Square yards of asphalt base repaired.                                 32,903    20,000       39,587        35,000
2. Linear feet of street panels repaired.                                  9,640     6,050       21,000        15,000
3. Linear feet of unimproved drainage channel cleaned.                   159,814   125,000      159,291       150,000




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                                        STORM WATER DRAINAGE UTILITY

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Storm Water Drainage Utility implements and manages environmental programs mandated by the Clean
Water Act. Municipalities were required to put into practice the Storm Water Municipal Separate Storm Sewer
(MS4) Permit guidelines issued by the EPA and the Oklahoma Department of Environmental Quality (ODEQ). It
is a multi-objective program, which must use, by Federal rule, the following best management practices (BMP’s):
regulation, monitoring, investigations, remediation and education to prevent all sources of surface pollution from
entering the community waterways.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The last “Spring & Fall” Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event was held in August. For 7 years, citizen
volunteers and storm water management staff successfully conducted fourteen events that unloaded 15,746
vehicles and recycled: 40,600 gallons of used oil, 3,765 batteries, 18,738 tires, 51 forty cubic yard roll-off boxes of
refrigerated appliances. The disposal contractors transported 1,184,800 pounds of unwanted chemicals to proper
disposal facilities.
The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility was completed and staffed to provide year-round service for
the citizens of Oklahoma City. It is the first permanent facility of its type to be built in Oklahoma.
The Watershed Characterization program has begun a full array of scientific activities & mapping, providing a
comprehensive look at community waterways for future management profiling.
The Industrial Storm Water Permit program held the third annual training conference for all Storm Water permitted
businesses at Will Rogers Garden Exhibition Center. Topics: current regulation updates and best management
practices.
Public Outreach Programs were presented to professional groups, civic associations/functions, and local schools.
The presentations totaled 55 events, which were attended by approximately 40,393 people.
The Clean Water Festival held at Lake Hefner was organized with six Federal and State agencies to
commemorate the 30th Anniversary of the Clean Water Act.
Oklahoma City’s Storm Water Quality Management Program has continued to evolve, is fully implemented, and is
now recognized as one of the few model programs in the country. The following programs are staffed and
functioning daily: Construction Site Inspections, Industrial & High Risk Auditing, Public Education, Staff
Pesticide/Herbicide   Training,    Watershed    Characterization, Water    Quality   Monitoring,   Pollution
Investigation/Enforcement, Spill Prevention/Response, Household Hazardous Waste Collection and Storm Water
Permitting system.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Phase II program, allowing surrounding urban area communities to co-permit in the Storm Water Permit program.
Institute a mobile “Home Chemical Collection Trailer” program for neighborhood collection events.
Develop and train an Environmental Crimes Investigative Unit.
PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual       Target       Estimated            Target
                                                                  FY 01-02     FY 02-03       FY 02-03           FY 03-04
 1.      Construction erosion inspections.                           5,329        6,000            4350              6000
 2.      Storm water environmental permits issued.                     896        1,800            1127              1500
 3.      Dry weather monitoring sites checked year round.              545          545             575                605
 4.      Floatable Control Program                                      10            3               55                 65
 5.      Watershed Characterization - Field Screening                    0           19               92                482
 6.      Street Sweeping – lane miles                             19,395.8       13,688        13,186.71             17,110
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                                     BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
PUBLIC WORKS
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                        PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                               RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR                 025            1         0.75
          CIVIL ENGINEER V                      523            2            2
          PETROLEUM ENGINEER                    523            1            1
          BUSINESS MANAGER                      522            1         0.75
          CIVIL ENGINEER IV                     522            3            3
          DEVEL CENTER MANAGER                  521            1            1
          ARCHITECT                             519            2            2
          CONSTRUCTION SERVICES SU              519            2            2
          SYSTEMS ANALYST II                    518            1            1
          CIVIL ENGINEER II                     518            4            3
          PLANNER III                           517            2            1
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS              516            3            3
          CIVIL ENGINEER I                      516            3            3
          CHIEF CONSTRUCTION INSP               515            3            3
          CHIEF PLANS EXAMINER                  514            1            1
          CHIEF SURVEYOR                        514            1            1
          CHIEF PLUMBING INSP                   514            1            1
          CHIEF MECH INSPECTOR                  514            1            1
          ENGINEER IN TRAINING                  514            4            2
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT II              514           11           10
          CHIEF BLDG INSP                       514            1            1
          CHIEF ELECTRICAL INSP                 514            1            1
          FINANCIAL SPECIALIST                  513            2            2
          ASSISTANT OIL & GAS INSP              513            2            2
          RECORDS COORDINATOR                   513            1            1
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPERVI              513            1            1
          PROPERTY ANALYST                      513            2            2
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I              512            3            3
          ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN II              512            1            1
          CONTRACT COORDINATOR                  511            1            1
          PLANS EXAMINER                        511            6            6
          MAPPING SPECIALIST                    511            2            2
          PROPERTY TECHNICIAN                   511            1            2
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT I               511            5            6
          SURVEYOR                              511            3            1
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I              511            2            2
          ENGINEERING AIDE II                   509            4            3
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINAT              507            2            2
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                 506            1            1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                  505            2            2
          PLUMBING INSP II                      417            2            2
          BLDG INSP II                          417            2            2
          ELECTRICAL INSP II                    417            2            2
          MECHANICAL INSPECTOR II               417            2            2




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PUBLIC WORKS
GENERAL FUND - CONTINUED

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          ELECTRICAL INSP I             416           5           5
          PLUMBING INSP I               416           5           5
          MECHANICAL INSPECTOR I        416           4           4
          ELEVATOR INSP                 416           2           2
          TRAFFIC DATA ANALYST          415           3           3
          ELECTRONIC TECH I             415          10           9
          ELECTRICIAN                   415           1           1
          BLDG INSP I                   415           6           6
          CONSTRUCTION INSP I           415          35          34
          CODE TECHNICIAN               415           5           5
          TRAFFIC MAINT WORKER III      413           5           4
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH III         413           0           1
          ENGINEERING AIDE I            413           0           2
          SURVEY AIDE II                413           3           1
          COMPUTER GRAPHIC OPERATOR     412           2           0
          DRAFTER                       412           1           0
          TRAFFIC MAINT WORKER II       412          12          10
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH II          411           1           1
          TRAFFIC MAINT WORKER I        411          11          10
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP IV       411          11           3
          SURVEY AIDE I                 411           2           1
          TRAFFIC DATA COLLECTOR        411           3           2
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I           411           0           4
          ENGINEERING AIDE              411           1           0
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP III      410           0           8
          SECRETARY II                  409           4           0
          OFFICE ASSISTANT II           409           0           2
          SECRETARY I                   407           2           0
          DATA CONTROL CLERK            406           1           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                           234       215.50

PUBLIC WORKS
STREET AND ALLEY CASH FUND

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER       522           1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER       517           1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS      516           3           3
          FLEET SERVICES ADMINISTR      513           1           1
          EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT SPE      513           1           1
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPERVI      513           6           6
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC           513           1           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II          505           1           1
          MECHANIC                      414           1           1
          MASON                         414           3           2
          EQUIP OPER III                413          15          15
          CREW WORKER IV                413           0          24
          WELDER                        413           2           2




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PUBLIC WORKS
STREET AND ALLEY CASH FUND - CONTINUED

          POSITION TITLE                  PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                         RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          DATA SYSTEMS TECH II           411           2           2
          EQUIP OPER II                  411          29          22
          EQUIP OPER I                   411           0           5
          CREW WORKER III                410           0           1
          CREW CHIEF                     410          24           0
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH I            409           1           1
          LIGHT TRUCK DRIVER             409          11          11
          COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER      409           2           2
          CREW LEADER                    409           2           0
          CREW WORKER II                 408           0          20
          CREW WORKER I                  407           0           7
          MATERIALS DISPATCH TECH I      407           0           1
          CREW WORKER                    406          27           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                            134         131

PUBLIC WORKS
MAPS OPERATIONS FUND

          POSITION TITLE                  PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                         RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPERVI       513           1           1

          TOTAL POSITIONS                              1           1

PUBLIC WORKS
STORMWATER DRAINAGE UTILITY CASH FUND

          POSITION TITLE                  PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                         RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          PUBLIC WORKS DIRECTOR          025           0         0.25
          CIVIL ENGINEER IV              522           1            1
          BUSINESS MANAGER               522           0         0.25
          CIVIL ENGINEER II              518           0            1
          CIVIL ENGINEER II              518           1            0
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS       516           2            2
          MUN ENVIR PROT SPEC            516           1            1
          ENGINEER IN TRAINING           514           0            1
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT II       514           1            2
          ENVIRONMENTAL UNIT SUPER       514           1            1
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPERVI       513           7            7
          PROPERTY TECHNICIAN            511           2            1
          ENVIRONMENTAL UNIT SPECI       511           3            4
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT I        511           1            1
          ENGINEERING AIDE II            509           1            1
          ENVIRONMENTAL TECHNICIAN       509          10           14
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINAT       507           1            2
          MAPPING TECHNICIAN             417           0            2
          MASON                          414           3            4




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PUBLIC WORKS
STORMWATER DRAINAGE UTILITY CASH FUND - CONTINUED

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          CREW WORKER IV                413           0          11
          COMPUTER GRAPHICS OPER        412           2           0
          EQUIP OPER I                  411           6           5
          CREW CHIEF                    410          11           0
          CREW WORKER II                408           0           7
          CREW WORKER I                 407           0           5
          CREW WORKER                   406          13           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                            67        73.50




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                                        TRANSIT SERVICES
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide safe, efficient and convenient public transportation alternatives to the citizens of the
Greater Oklahoma City Metropolitan area. The Department promotes improved air quality,
energy conservation and economic development in partnership with Central Oklahoma
municipalities and other related agencies. Further, the Department strives to provide safe,
clean, convenient, economical and user-friendly parking for individuals coming to downtown
Oklahoma City.




                                               City Manager



                                              Administration



                    Planning            Maintenance      Parking          Operations




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                                         T RANSIT SERVICES
                                         SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                              FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                               Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                           Budget        Budget

Transit Administration                         1,222,620    1,267,082    1,410,398             11.31%
Transit Planning                                 333,663      410,273      358,490            -12.62%
Transit Operations                                93,269       98,954            0           -100.00%
Transit Maintenance                                    0       73,131            0           -100.00%
Parking                                          312,010      337,953      334,350             -1.07%

Department Total                               1,961,562    2,187,393    2,103,238               -3.85%


                                          SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                              FY 01-02     FY 03-04     FY 03-04             Percent
                                               Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                           Budget        Budget

Transit Administration                               10           10              13           30.00%
Transit Planning                                      7            7               6          -14.29%
Transit Operations                                    1            1               0         -100.00%
Transit Maintenance                                   1            1               0         -100.00%
Parking                                               4            4               4            0.00%

Department Total                                     23           23              23              0.00%


                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                              FY 01-02     FY 03-04     FY 03-04             Percent
                                               Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                           Budget        Budget
Transit Cash Fund
Personal Services                              1,024,943    1,247,987    1,094,605             -12.29%
Other Services & Charges                         624,609      601,453      674,283              12.11%
Supplies                                               0            0            0               0.00%
Capital Outlay                                         0            0            0               0.00%
Transfers                                              0            0            0               0.00%

Fund Total                                     1,649,552    1,849,440    1,768,888               -4.36%




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                                                 FY 01-02            FY 03-04          FY 03-04                  Percent
                                                  Actual             Adopted           Proposed                  Change
                                                                     Budget             Budget
Parking Cash Fund
Personal Services                                    215,386            231,064              245,409                6.21%
Other Services & Charges                              94,535            102,889               84,941              -17.44%
Supplies                                               2,089              4,000                4,000                0.00%
Capital Outlay                                             0                  0                    0                   N/A
Transfers                                                  0                  0                    0                   N/A

Fund Total                                           312,010            337,953              334,350                -1.07%

Total Transit & Parking Cash Funds                 1,961,562          2,187,393             2,103,238               -3.85%

General Fund Subsidy
Transfers (COTPA Transit)                          6,950,025          6,421,744             6,181,903              -3.73%
Transfers (COTPA Capital) (a)                        223,046            224,336 (b)                 0 (c)        -100.00%
Transfers (COTPA Parking)                                  0                  0                     0                  N/A

Total Subsidy                                      7,173,071          6,646,080             6,181,903               -6.98%

(a) This transfer is made through the Capital Improvement Fund for bus replacement.
(b) Does not include the prior year reappropriation of $258,678.
(c) Bus replacement subsidy is included in the General Fund Operating Transfer for FY 04.

                                        SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                                       Amount           Positions
1.      Reduced City Subsidy.                                                                      (239,841)              0


Transit Cash Fund                                                                                  Amount           Positions
1.      Deleted two Unit Operations Managers from the Maintenance and Operations
        Sections.                                                                                  (175,180)             (2)
2.      Deleted Planner II from the Planning Section.                                                (72,146)            (1)
3.      Added three Customer Service Representative III’s (Funding for 58% of FY).                     61,293             3


COTPA Transit                                                                                      Amount           Positions
1.      Reduced Civic Center Service.                                                                (22,062)             0
2.      Eliminated Green Line Trolley.                                                               (17,281)             0
3.      Eliminated Route 26 NW Expressway.                                                           (21,699)             0
4.      Reduced Frequency on the Red Line Trolley.                                                   (20,508)             0
5.      Reduced Service on Route 18 (Saturday).                                                      (19,187)             0
6.      Eliminated Route 18 Tripper Service.                                                         (15,898)             0
7.      Reduced Service on Route 25 (Saturday).                                                      (19,658)             0
8.      Reduced Service on Route 25 (Weekday).                                                     (100,258)              0




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                                                 ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
This Division provides the necessary direction and support to all divisions of the Department. Due to the unique
relationship with the Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority (COTPA) and the regional aspects
of the Authority, the Division has a variety of responsibilities, including: accounting, personnel, payroll, labor
relations, marketing and customer service.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Implemented the Jobs Access/Reverse Commute programs within Oklahoma City and surrounding communities.
Began construction of the new downtown Transit Center.
Improved the image of Transit by making information more useable and available.
Expanded public transportation through increased financial support of public/private partnerships.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Continue implementation of COTPA’s Long Range Plan.
Complete New Downtown Transit Center.
Begin Construction of Galleria Parking Garage.
Establish Long Range Funding Strategy.
Develop Implementation Plan for a modified grid system in the identified Enhanced Service Area.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual      Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02    FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Total cost per revenue hour.                              $62.92       $62.90            62.90           62.90
 2.      Percent administrative cost to total.                     22.70%      22.50%          22.50%           22.50%




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                                                  PLANNING

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Planning Division is responsible for providing a wide range of planning and development services for the
Department. Some specific tasks of the Division include: developing special projects to further the COTPA Long
Range Plan; coordinating the Department's capital improvement program; processing applicants for special
services; preparing grant-related documents; administering purchased transportation programs; liaison with
funding partners; and conducting public hearings and outreach activities.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Completed a Jobs Access Reverse Commute (JARC) Strategic Plan as a key step toward funding some short-
term objectives of the COTPA Long Range Plan. The plan was then approved at regional and Federal levels.
Expanded the computerized geographic information system (GIS) databases.
Secured new funding partners for fixed route transit service, such as funding to Santa Fe Avenue, north of NE
  th
36 .
Prepared ITS Service Plan funding request.
Continued a direct mail marketing campaign to older adults in targeted zip code areas, and enlarged the territory
served by various van routes providing services to older adults.
Completed screening of more than 8,000 records of persons eligible for special services, adding key emergency
contact information for each customer.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Complete the planning and funding objectives for express bus service to Tinker Air Force Base.
Evaluate and plan for a bike-on-bus program by recommending products, policies, and procedures.
Conduct Downtown Transit Center environs plan in conjunction with invited Downtown stakeholders.
Conduct GPS survey of all bus time points, shelters, and other key points.
Establish a bus stop capital improvement plan, including an adopt -a-stop partnership program.
Evaluate and optimize the ADA Eligibility Determination Process for persons seeking lift-equipped bus rides and
other special services.
Provide initial coordination; grant proposal composition, and staffing to the upcoming fixed guideway planning
process.




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                                                   OPERATIONS

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Operations Division is responsible for the daily road operation of the fixed route and paratransit bus system.
Specific tasks of the Division include: comprehensive training of both new and experienced employees;
development of safety incentive programs; accident investigations and route scheduling; counting and depositing
daily revenue.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Revised training program to enhance safety awareness.
Maintained NEXTBUS system for trolley routes.
Maintained private charter service agreements.
Implemented new service associated with the Jobs Access and Reverse Commute program.
Awarded contract for automated scheduling, operator assignment and payroll.
Provided customer services for special events.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Utilize defensive driving and customer service programs for operators.
Maintain safety awareness training.
Implement Trapeze scheduling and timekeeping system.
Upgrade Trapeze software for paratransit scheduling.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual         Target    Estimated           Target
                                                                FY 01-02       FY 02-03    FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.      Percent of trips missed.                                  .025%        .0225%           .026%           .020%
 2.      Trips on schedule.                                        97.6%           98%           97.6%              99%
 3.      Preventable accidents per million miles of service.             .09        .04              .09              .04
 4.      Operations cost per mile.                                  $2.03         $2.02




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                                                M AINTENANCE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Maintenance Section is responsible for providing a fleet management program with maintenance and
operational support service for the Department; formulation of a vehicle replacement program; oversight of all
transit-related assets of the Authority; maintenance and control of the Department's inventory, fuel, parts and
supplies; preparation of equipment specifications and disposal of surplus assets.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Developed specifications for and entered into a multi-year contract for replacement buses, which will replace
aging buses and allow for expansion of service in future years.
Updated the scope of work for many of the division’s parts and service contracts to support transit operations.
Redirected the maintenance Division’s emphasis toward preventative maintenance through training and policy
changes. As a direct result, the mileage between road calls has increased significantly and preventative
maintenance inspections are being completed in accordance with Federal Transportation Administration (FTA)
guidelines.
Developed a scope of work and advertised a request for proposals for the installation and maintenance of bus
stop signs on two new routes. Implemented maintenance program for the Trolley Stop shelters.
Reviewed and revised Hazard Communication Policy, inventoried and classified all chemicals and supplies to
ensure that all "Right to Know" Materials are available; reviewed and revised Personal Protective Equipment
Policy and implemented Employee Training for all aspects of the COTPA System Safety Plan.
Revised and implemented more stringent bus cleaning guidelines.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Continue to improve communications and working relationship with the operations department to facilitate
maintenance repairs and equipment availability.
Expand the available parking area to accommodate the fleet size and improve overall safety and security of
COTPA assets and property.
Upgrade the service facilities to an automated system to improve efficiency and reduce overhead.
Improve employee efficiency by providing formal training and education offered through suppliers and other city
departments.
Improve equipment life by implementing the use of oil sample analysis and synthetic oils and lubricants.
Continue to update and refine departmental policies and procedures to clearly define duties, responsibilities, and
standards within all sections of the maintenance division.
Develop and implement a preventative maintenance inspection and repair program for bodywork.
Develop a realistic and effective employee recognition program to improve loyalty and moral.
Implement maintenance plan to establish minimum standard of cleaning and maintenance at the Downtown
Transit Center.
Update and revise COTPA System Safety Plan and facilitate training as required.
Implement Contract for Bus Stop Installation and Maintenance to ensure that bus stop sign installation, repairs
and maintenance are done in timely manner.
Utilization of COTPA staff to perform routine scheduled maintenance and minor repairs to reduce the total cost of
contracted maintenance for plumbing, HVAC, and electrical work.




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PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                              Actual     Target      Estimated          Target
                                                             FY 01-02   FY 02-03      FY 02-03         FY 03-04
1.      Miles between all road calls.                          5,500      6,500         6,000            7,000
2.      Maintenance cost per vehicle mile.                     .3500      .3400         .3500            .3400
3.      Achieve daily bus requirement.                          N/A       100%           96%             100%


                                                   PARKING

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Parking Division is responsible for determining the demand for parking facilities and making
recommendations to COPTA. Additionally, the Parking Division is responsible for the development, operation and
maintenance of the public parking system. The Division also installs, maintains and collects revenues from the
parking meters.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Implemented a garage maintenance program to ensure early identification of structural and mechanical problems.
Completed installation of new signage in all garages.
Completed the design work, the financing package and awarded the construction contract for the expansion of the
Galleria Garage.
                                                                                     -
Completed the restoration of the parking lots located under the elevation portion of I 40 between Gaylord and
Walker Avenues.
Repaired all reported faulty parking meters within one working day.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Complete the phase 1 expansion of the Galleria Garage including the relocation of monthly contract parkers.
Complete the final phase of garage restoration funded by the 1996 Parking Revenue Bonds.




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                                    BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
TRANSIT SERVICES
TRANSIT CASH FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          TRANSIT SERVICES DIRECTOR            025            1           1
          ASST DIRECTOR                        025            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER              521            2           0
          PLANNER IV                           520            1           1
          MARKETING COORDINATOR II             515            1           1
          MUNICIPAL ACCT III                   515            1           1
          FED ASSETS & GRANTS COOR             513            1           1
          PLANNER II                           513            1           0
          PLANNER I                            511            2           2
          MUNICIPAL ACCT I                     510            1           1
          E XECUTIVE SECRETARY I               506            1           1
          ENGINEERING AIDE I                   413            0           1
          ENGINEERING AIDE                     411            1           0
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP III             410            0           8
          CUSTOMER SERVICE CLERK               407            5           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                    19          19

TRANSIT SERVICES
PARKING CASH FUND

          POSITION TITLE                       PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                              RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS             516            1           1
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD II              509            1           1
          PARKING METER TECH                   408            2           2

          TOTAL POSITIONS                                     4           4




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                        WATER & W ASTEWATER UTILITIES
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To continually improve our deli very of cost-effective utility services by empowering employees
to responsively meet customer expectations for quality, safety, reliability and environmental
responsibility.



                                                 City Manager



                                             Water & Wastewater
                                                   Utilities
                                               Administration



      Line                      Water     Wastewater     Engineering   Customer            Solid Waste
  Maintenance                   Quality    Quality                     Services            Management




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                                WATER & WASTEWATER UTILITIES
                                         SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                  FY 01-02            FY 02-03           FY 03-04              Percent
                                                   Actual             Adopted            Proposed              Change
                                                                      Budget              Budget
Wastewater Cash Fund
Administration                                     3,437,455           4,550,317           4,658,188                2.37%
Line Maintenance                                   5,645,389           6,530,726           6,829,831                4.58%
Wastewater Quality                                 2,828,200           2,237,906           2,165,171               -3.25%
Engineering                                          772,982             903,210             904,244                0.11%
Utility Customer Service                           3,616,402           4,003,210           4,204,881                5.04%

Total Wastewater Cash Fund                        16,300,428          18,225,369         18,762,315                 2.95%

Water Cash Fund
Administration                                     5,022,930           7,027,928          7,169,515                 2.01%
Line Maintenance                                   6,891,742           7,457,164          7,751,931                 3.95%
Water Quality                                     15,647,122          17,986,691         18,483,360                 2.76%
Engineering                                          787,529             900,210            901,244                 0.11%
Utility Customer Service                           4,117,516           4,560,328          4,793,447                 5.11%

Total Water Cash Fund                             32,466,839          37,932,321         39,099,497                 3.08%

Solid Waste Management
Administration                                     2,174,329           2,710,662           2,262,477             -16.53%
Operations Support                                   774,560             995,207           1,225,206              23.11%
Big Blue Cart Collection                           3,601,881           1,664,547           2,100,247              26.18%
Bulky Collection                                     578,483           1,502,129           1,467,799              -2.29%
Liter/Illegal Dumping                                385,656             424,259             445,531               5.01%

Total Solid Waste Management                       7,514,909 (a)       7,296,804 (b)       7,501,260                2.80%

Total Department                                  56,282,176          63,454,494         65,363,072                 3.01%

(a) FY 01-02 Actuals reflect organizational titles incorporated in the New Service Plan, which began during FY 03. At
the Division's request, the FY 02 budget is distributed according to the New Service Plan.
(b) Solid Waste's FY 03 budget was amended to increase by $548,020.



                                           SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                  FY 01-02            FY 02-03           FY 03-04              Percent
                                                   Actual             Adopted            Proposed              Change
                                                                      Budget              Budget
Wastewater Cash Fund
Administration                                           8.86                8.86               9.36                5.64%
Line Maintenance                                       123.50              123.00             123.00                0.00%
Wastewater Quality                                      32.00               32.00              29.00               -9.38%
Engineering                                             12.00               12.00              11.50               -4.17%
Utility Customer Service                                72.15               72.15              72.15                0.00%

Total Wastewater Cash Fund                             248.51              248.01             245.01               -1.21%

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                                          FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04              Percent
                                           Actual      Adopted      Proposed              Change
                                                       Budget        Budget
Water Cash Fund
Administration                                  8.99        8.99          9.49                5.56%
Line Maintenance                              106.50      106.00        106.00                0.00%
Water Quality                                 133.00      133.00        136.00                2.26%
Engineering                                    12.00       12.00         11.50               -4.17%
Utility Customer Service                       81.85       81.85         81.85                0.00%

Total Water Cash Fund                         342.34      341.84        344.84                0.88%

Solid Waste Management                        101.15      104.15        104.15                0.00%

Total Department                              692.00      694.00        694.00                0.00%




                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                          FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04              Percent
                                           Actual      Adopted      Proposed              Change
                                                       Budget        Budget
Wastewater Cash Fund
Personal Services                         11,063,161   11,837,675   12,281,526                3.75%
Other Services & Charges                   3,694,174    4,714,594    4,767,514                1.12%
Supplies                                   1,533,055    1,673,100    1,713,275                2.40%
Capital Outlay                                10,038            0            0                   N/A
Transfers                                          0            0            0                   N/A

Total Wastewater                          16,300,428   18,225,369   18,762,315                2.95%

Water Cash Fund
Personal Services                         14,242,407   16,961,188   18,060,027                6.48%
Other Services & Charges                  13,159,802   16,183,387   16,193,758                0.06%
Supplies                                   4,999,327    4,787,746    4,845,712                1.21%
Capital Outlay                                65,303            0            0                   N/A
Transfers                                          0            0            0                   N/A

Total Water Cash Fund                     32,466,839   37,932,321   39,099,497                3.08%

Solid Waste Management Fund
Personal Services                          4,562,209    5,217,844    5,633,220               7.96%
Other Services & Charges                   2,172,226    1,704,340    1,461,172             -14.27%
Supplies                                     771,903      374,620      406,868               8.61%
Capital Outlay                                 8,571            0            0                  N/A
Transfers                                          0            0            0                  N/A

Total Solid Waste                          7,514,909    7,296,804    7,501,260                2.80%

Total Department                          56,282,176   63,454,494   65,363,072                3.01%




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                                         SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
Water and Wastewater Cash Funds                                                                 Amount          Positions
1.      Deleted one Financial Specialist position from Administration Division.                  (73,570)            (1)
2.      Deleted two Office Specialist I positions from Administration Division.                  (72,996)            (2)
3.      Deleted one Environmental Chemist I position from Water Quality Division.                (50,355)            (1)
4.      Deleted one Administrative Coordinator I position from Water Quality Division.           (51,916)            (1)
5.      Deleted one Crew Worker II position from Wastewater Quality Division.                    (32,894)            (1)
6.      Added one Management Specialist position for the new Personnel Section in
        Administration.                                                                            60,196             1
7.      Added one Municipal Accountant III position for the new Financial Section in
        Administration.                                                                            57,686             1
8.      Added one Municipal Accountant II position. Position transfer from the
        Finance/Accounting Division.                                                               54,579             1
9.      Added one Electrician position to the Water Quality Division-Automation Division
        Instrumentation Section.                                                                   42,099             1
10.     Added one Electronic Technician I position to the Water Quality-Automation
        Division Instrumentation Section.                                                          42,099             1
11.     Added one Administrative Specialist to the Water Quality Division.                         52,791             1


Solid Waste Cash Fund                                                                           Amount          Positions
1.      Increased Fuel.                                                                          151,092              0
2.      Increased Overtime.                                                                      200,012              0
3.      Increased Part-time & Temporary Pay.                                                       66,317             0




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                                               ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Administration Division oversees all facets of the water, wastewater and solid waste utility enterprises,
consisting of the Oklahoma City Water & Wastewater Utilities, the Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust (OCWUT),
the Oklahoma City Environmental Assistance Trust (OCEAT), the McGee Creek Authority (MCA) and the Lake
Atoka Reservation Association (LARA). The unique resources of these varied organizations are effectively
coordinated to provide outstanding service to customers. Staff support is also provided to elected and appointed
           nd
officials a employees. Chief responsibilities include organizational development, fiscal, land, policy, public
relations, personnel and procurement management.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Continued implementation of the Utilities Capital Improvement Program.
Continued development of Water Master Plan and Stability Study.
Implemented new Solid Waste Plan, private landfills, fleet maintenance, and collection agreements.
Initiated Solid Waste Education Program.
Delivered over 100,000 Solid Waste carts.
Continued implementation of Draper Northwest Area development plan.
Started Phase II of OCWUT Cost of Service/rate design project.
Continued Vulnerability Assessment for utilities.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Develop Emergency Response Plans for utilities.
Develop plans for Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Funding, Rates, and Bond Issuance.
Finalize Water Master Planning and Water Stability Evaluation.
Continue pursuit of long-term water supply.
Continue development of Watershed Management Programs, including addressing off-road vehicle erosion
concerns at Draper and Timber Management at Atoka.
Initiate Draper Water Plant and Transmission Facilities expansions.
Develop Long-term Financing Plan for Solid Waste, including Debt Management Program.
Finalize Solid Waste Route Re-balancing Plan.
Continue pursuing utility service expansions to address area communities’ supply and quality concerns.
Pursue new Billing System Project and implement Strategic Plan for automation with Information Technology
Department.




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                                               LINE M AINTENANCE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Line Maintenance Division is responsible for the repair and maintenance of sanitary sewer main lines, water
distribution main lines, service lines, valves, fire hydrants and manholes throughout the City. Major activities
include: rodding and/or flushing sewer lines and manholes; removing or preventing line obstructions which result
in sewage backups; repairing or replacing collapsed, obstructed or leaking sewer pipes; digging up and repairing
or replacing leaking or burst main and service lines, including service connections; operating and repairing
inoperable or malfunctioning fire hydrants and water main valves; and adjustments in the height of water meters,
main valves and fire hydrants. This Division operates a central warehouse and fleet maintenance operation,
which provide parts and equipment and vehicle maintenance in support of the Department’s fleet.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Converted to e-mail for receiving utility locates that resulted in improved transmission of data from OneOK (utility
line locators) and longer retention of locate information on diskettes for responding to legal inquiries.
Implemented a program for providing hepatitis injections for field personnel.
Reduced the number and severity of on-the-job accidents/injuries by more than 7% with continued emphasis on
safety and safety training programs, including work zone safety training for field personnel.
Acquired the equipment (crew truck, flusher pump, concrete breaker, etc.,) and formed the water specialty crew to
perform concrete breaking, traffic barricading, and street flushing and cleaning; thereby, reducing potential job
injuries and the time for making pavement cuts and street barricading, as well as improving customer service.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Maintain efficient water distribution and wastewater collection systems while minimizing loss of service and
related expenses.
Provide effective support of divisional and/or departmental activities through the efficient operation of the central
warehouse, the emergency dispatch unit and the equipment maintenance program.
Implement new Field Management Work Order System.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual      Target        Estimated          Target
                                                                FY 01-02    FY 02-03        FY 02-03         FY 03-04
        Repair main breaks in an average of 4.5 hours or
 1.
        less.                                                         4.2          4.5               4.5              4.5
        Complete top priority sewage backup jobs in an
 2.
        average of 1.75 hours or less.                               1.35         1.75              1.31            1.75
 3.     Linear feet of sewer lines repaired.                        8,843       10,000            7,245            7,500
 4.     Replace services in an average of 3.5 hours or less.          3.6          3.5               3.7              3.5
 5.     Maintain fleet downtime at 2.0% or below.                   .41%         2.0%              .75%            2.0%




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                                                WATER QUALITY

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Water Quality Division operates the water treatment pumping and distribution system and supervises the
operations and maintenance of the wastewater treatment systems within the Oklahoma City area. Its primary
water treatment function is to deliver high quality, potable water under adequate pressure to the distribution
network, in a manner consistent with health and environmental requirements as required by Federal and State
drinking water standards. This Division also operates and maintains all City reservoirs, gates, structures, dams,
shorelines, canals, harbors, channels and other facilities associated with impoundment, supply, treatment or
pumping. It also detects and corrects sources of reservoir pollution, pre-treats the impounded water supply, and
hauls and disposes of water treatment residuals and related vegetation debris. The Division also provides
electrical, electronic and laboratory support to the Water and Wastewater Quality Divisions.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Maintained the quality of water at a level that met or exceeded all Federal and State treatment requirements.
Maintained pipeline, dam, canal and river systems so that they were operational and safe at all times.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Continue producing drinking water that meets or exceeds all Federal and State regulations.
Increase the amount of residuals and vegetation debris hauled.
Increase laboratory quality control accuracy.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual      Target     Estimated           Target
                                                                  FY 01-02    FY 02-03     FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.     Drinking water Federal and State reportable violations.           1           0            5                 0
 2.     Maximum dead end mains flushed per year.                     1,904       5,000              800            2,000
 3.     Cubic yards of residuals and vegetation debris hauled.      59,869      36,000          13,200           20,000
 4.     Acres mowed.                                                   660         800              814              800




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                                             WASTEWATER QUALITY

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Wastewater Quality Division supervises treatment and disposal of all wastewater generated within the
municipality in a manner consistent with health and environmental requirements. The Division further supervises
the overall City-wide Comprehensive Sludge Management Plan under private contract. The Division monitors
industrial and trucked waste disposal for enforcement of the Industrial Pre-treatment Ordinance and other
corrective action as necessary. The Division also operates and maintains one minor wastewater treatment plant,
two total retention lagoons, 58 wastewater and storm sewer lift stations and 25 City-owned wastewater flow
meters. The Division routinely verifies the calibration of 26 privately owned wastewater flow meters.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Completed new contract for operation of major wastewater facilities at a cost reduction of almost $2 million
annually.
Maintained or reduced National Pollution Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit violations.
Increased the number of Industrial User permits.
Completed revisions to Industrial Waste ordinance.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Maintain or reduce NPDES permit violations.
Increase the number of inspections performed.
Increase the number of sampling events.
Administer operating and maintenance services agreement for wastewater treatment, sludge disposal, and
industrial pre-treatment sampling.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                             Actual      Target       Estimated          Target
                                                            FY 01-02    FY 02-03       FY 02-03         FY 03-04
 1.     Reduce NPDES permit violations.                           11            4              8                4
 2.     Number of Industrial User inspections.                  1,031         960            1,000              960
 3      Number of Industrial User sampling events.              1,566       1,300            1,500            1,300
 4.     Number of Industrial User permits.                      1,912       1,900            2,000            1,900
 5.     Number of After Hour calls.                               133          85                80               85




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                                                    ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Engineering Division is responsible for providing design and/or review services for all plans, specifications
and construction for water and wastewater, including review and/or approval of private development. This
Division also prepares engineering reports and studies; updates and maintains water and sanitary sewer records;
and provides computer graphics and drafting support.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Completed 13 water main rehabilitation/replacement projects at an estimated cost of $4 million.
Completed 26 sanitary sewer rehabilitation/replacement/interceptor projects at an estimated cost of $15 million.
Completed the $10.8 million addition of two clearwells at the Hefner Water Treatment Plant.
Completed the Draper Water Treatment Plant Polyphosphate Feed Building and replaced filter valve operators at
a cost of $1.0 million.
Completed the 50-year Water System Master Plan.
Completed preliminary engineering phase of Draper Water Treatment Plant expansion project.
Completed one mile of southwest Oklahoma City transmission main extension.
Completed 1.14 miles of water lines under Policy "A" and 2.12 miles of sanitary sewer lines under Policy “B”
procedures. Policy A and B are policies related to the private development of water and sewer lines.
Completed review and evaluation of 125 revocable permits and 105 building permits.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Continue to provide GIS information on sanitary sewer mains, manholes and other sewer locations, on the City’s
Intranet for use by City departments.
Complete one mile of southwest Oklahoma City transmission main extension.
Complete design of the Draper Water Treatment Plant expansion.
Complete raw sewage pump replacement and Structure No. 1 rehabilitation at the North Canadian Wastewater
Treatment Plant.
Complete replacement of the Draper Water Treatment Plant High Lift Pumps Nos. 2 and 4.
Modernize and expand the SCADA System for the Booster Stations and Lift Stations.
Complete scanning and indexing of engineering records.
Determine the capacities of sanitary sewers for the Environmental Protection Agency's C-MOM rules.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                   Actual      Target      Estimated            Target
                                                                  FY 01-02    FY 02-03      FY 02-03           FY 03-04
 1.     Amount of water line construction/repair (in feet).         65,611       75,000          50,000           75,000
 2.     Total number of projects designed.                               33          25                20               20
 3.     Amount of sanitary sewer construction/repair (in feet).    123,989       75,000         110,000           75,000

 4.     Total number of subdivision plans approved.                     456         425               500             545

 5.     Total number of subdivision plats reviewed.                     318         350               375             350
 6.     Total number of zoning cases reviewed.                          216         175               250             200




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                                            CUSTOMER SERVICES

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Utility Customer Services Division is responsible for the reading of water meters for billing purposes,
maintaining accurate meter location information, responding to customer inquiries, replacing dead or damaged
residential meters and handling customer requests for starting or stopping service. This Division enforces City
ordinances regarding water, sewer and refuse service through scheduled water disconnections, and by repairing
and replacing dead or damaged commercial meters.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Increased scanning and archiving of approximately 150,000 pieces of data this fiscal year with the Document
Imaging System, thus eliminating large quantities of paper storage.
Continued to provide customers with a more convenient way to pay their monthly utility bill through the automatic
bill processing system. This program currently has approximately 15,100 customers participating in the program.
Kicked off a new “Round it Up” campaign this year to increase donations to the Help To Others (H2O) Program,
which is a program to assist needy families with their water bills. During the first six months of this campaign,
revenues have been collected in the amount of $14,733, which is more than double the amount donated from the
previous year during the same time period.
Continued the 48-Hour Notice Program to address past-due billing situations. Instead of proceeding to
immediately turn off water service, the Department began posting 48-hour notices at the door of each customer
who had failed to make payment. By providing a personal on-site notice, approximately 60% of customers are
now paying past-due bills without having service interrupted.

2003-04 OBJECTIVES

Maintain accurate meter reading schedules in all districts with a variance of less than one percent.
Provide excellent customer service by maintaining a superior telephone answer rate.
Provide excellent customer service through successful resolution of all customer complaints within 24 hours with
a variance of two percent or less.
Provide excellent customer service through timely response to emergency water calls within 30 minutes of report.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                              Actual         Target       Estimated            Target
                                                             FY 01-02       FY 02-03       FY 02-03           FY 03-04

        Answer all incoming customer service calls.              96.8%           97%              97%                97%
 1.     Average number of calls received per day.                 1,489         1,600            1,650              1,700
        Average number answered within 15 seconds.               75.1%           80%              80%                80%

        Read all routes on schedule.
                                                                  100%          100%             100%               100%
        Number of routes read on schedule.
                                                                  5,052         5,028            5,100              5,148
 2.     Number of routes read off schedule.
                                                                      0             0                0                  0
        (425 routes per mo./5,100 routes per yr.)
        (185,444 meters read per month)
        Respond to all after hour emergency call outs
        within 30 minutes.                                         89%           89%               88%               92%
 3.
        Number of emergency water calls reported.                   754           922               669               900
        Number responded to within 30 minutes.                      673           821               589               828




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                                                  SOLID WASTE

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES

The Solid Waste Management Division is responsible for administering a comprehensive residential solid waste
management system for the City of Oklahoma City. Collection of residential solid waste is performed by both City
and privately contracted crews, with City crews servicing 66,322 urban customers and the contracted crews
servicing 85,035 urban customers. The contracted crews service 11,100 rural customers. Blueworks total trash
service for urban customers, implemented in FY 2002-03, includes the collection of solid waste in two City Of
Oklahoma City provided polycarts and any overflow in bags. It includes weekly curbside recycling, and monthly
bulky trash collection. Rural Blueworks customers receive collection of solid waste in two City Of Oklahoma City
provided polycarts and monthly bulky trash collection. In addition, the Division is responsible for various
environmental services including funding of street sweeping and clean-up of illegal trash dumps on the
right-of-way.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Maintained 100% daily route completion.
Changed bulky waste service from quarterly to monthly and maintained two-day collection schedule.
Contractor delivered over 100,000 new poly-carts to increase automated collection.
City personnel delivered approximately 15,000 poly-carts and recycling bins for new customers or to replace
broken or stolen carts.
Litter control program cleaned over 3,000 lane miles of major thoroughfares on a three-week schedule.
Collected litter weekly on 7.5 miles under the Adopt-A-Mile program in conjunction with the Public Works
Department.
Collected illegal dumping “hot spot” list quarterly.
Funded street sweeping for 18,848 curb miles.
Purchased 23 Automated Side Load Trucks, six Cherry Pickers, 14 Brush Trucks, two small rear loaders, four
one-ton trucks for cart delivery.
Developed storm debris policy.
Implemented Free landfill day program.


2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Continue public education program to focus on new program benefits, including storm debris, free landfill days
and expanded litter program.
Limit daily service complaints to two or less per thousand customers served.
Promote a sanitary environment throughout Oklahoma City through responding to field and office requests, the
issuance of clean-up notices and citations.
Increase setout rate in the curbside recycling program.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                Actual      Target         Estimated           Target
                                                               FY 01-02    FY 02-03         FY 02-03          FY 03-04
        Limit daily service complaints to two or less per
 1.     Thousand.       City crews:                                 0.83         2.00               1.08              2.0
                       Private crews:                               1.39         2.00               1.48              2.0
 2.     Requests responded to.                                    12,866       14,500            12,811          14,500
 3.     Setout rate for Curbside Recycling.                       20.3%        25.0%             20.5%            25.0%



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                                     BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
WASTEWATER
WASTEWATER CASH FUND

          POSITION TITLE                        PAY      POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                               RANGE      FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          WATER/WASTEWATER UTIL DI              025          0.50        0.50
          ASST DIRECTOR                         025          0.50        0.50
          CIVIL ENGINEER V                      523          0.50        0.50
          CIVIL ENGINEER IV                     522          1.50        1.50
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER               522          0.95        0.95
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER               521             1           1
          CIVIL ENGINEER III                    520          1.50        1.50
          ENERGY MANAGER                        520          0.50           0
          TREATMENT SUPV                        519          2.50        2.50
          TRUST SPECIALIST                      517          0.50        0.50
          PRE-TREATMENT COORD                   517             1           1
          CIVIL ENGINEER I                      516          0.50        0.50
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS              516          3.90        3.90
          MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST                 516          0.95        1.45
          MUNICIPAL ACCT III                    515             0        0.50
          BUSINESS SYSTEMS COORD                515          0.45        0.45
          SYSTEM SUPPORT SPEC I                 514          0.50        0.50
          ENGINEER IN TRAINING                  514             1           1
          ENVIRONMENTAL CHEM II                 514          1.50           1
          QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICE              514          0.50        0.50
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT II              514          1.50        1.50
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPERVI              513             8           8
          ADMINISTRA TIVE SPEC                  513             2           3
          WAREHOUSE MANAGER                     513          0.50        0.50
          FLEET SERVICES ADMINISTR              513          0.50        0.50
          TRAINING & SAFETY OFFICE              513          0.36        0.36
          FINANCIAL SPECIALIST                  513             1        0.50
          FACILITIES & PLT MECH SP              513             1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I              512          2.85        2.85
          ENVIRONMENTAL CHEM I                  512          1.50           1
          TRAINING ANALYST                      512          0.45        0.45
          MUNICIPAL ACCT II                     512             0        0.50
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I              511          4.65        4.65
          ELECTRONIC TECH II                    511          0.50           0
          CONTRACT COORDINATOR                  511          0.50        0.50
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT I               511          0.50        0.50
          CHIEF PLANT OPER                      511             1           1
          ENGINEERING AIDE II                   509             2        1.50
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I                507          4.90        5.40
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                 506          0.50        0.50
          CHIEF METER READER                    506          2.50        2.50
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                  505          0.95        0.95




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WASTEWATER
WASTEWATER CASH FUND - CONTINUED

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          MASTER MECH                   416         2.50        2.50
          PLUMBER                       415         0.50        0.50
          ELECTRICIAN                   415         0.50        0.50
          ELECTRONIC TECH I             415            1        0.50
          PIPELINE MECH                 414            9           9
          MECHANIC                      414         2.50        2.50
          SKILLED TRADES WORKER         414            1           1
          DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM INSP      414            2           2
          FAC & PLANT MECH II           414            3           3
          FACILITIES & PLANT MECH I     413            3           3
          WELDER                        413         1.50        1.50
          CREW WORKER IV                413            0        1.80
          WATER METER TECH II           413         1.50        1.50
          ENGINEERING AIDE I            413            0           1
          WATER QUALITY TECHNICIAN      413         3.50           3
          SERVICE WRITER                413         0.50        0.50
          COMPUTER GRAPHICS OPER        412         1.50           0
          WATER SERVICE TECH            412         4.30        2.50
          MATERIALS DISPATCH TECH III   412            1           1
          EQUIP OPER II                 412         1.50        1.50
          WATER SERVICE REP             412        12.85       12.85
          WATER METER TECH I            412            2           2
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP IV       411        22.95       22.50
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I           411            0        1.00
          COMPUTER OPER I               411            1           1
          MECH HELPER                   411            2           2
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH II          411            2           2
          UTILITY WORKER II             411           22          22
          UTILITY WORKER I              410           55          55
          BLDG SERVICE WORKER           410            1           1
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH I           409         1.50        1.95
          MATERIALS DISPATCH TECH II    409            5           5
          LIGHT TRUCK DRIVER            409            1           1
          METER READER                  409           12          12
          OFFICE ASSISTANT II           409         0.50        0.50
          COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER     409            4           4
          OFFICE ASSISTANT I            408         0.50        0.50
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP I        408         1.50           2
          CREW WORKER II                406            1           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                         248.01      245.01




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WATER
WATER CASH FUND

          POSITION TITLE                  PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                         RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          WATER/WASTEWATER UTIL DI       025         0.50        0.50
          ASST DIRECTOR                  025         0.50        0.50
          CIVIL ENGINEER V               523         0.50        0.50
          CIVIL ENGINEER IV              522         1.50        1.50
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER        522         2.05        2.05
          CIVIL ENGINEER III             520         1.50        1.50
          ENERGY MANAGER                 520         0.50           1
          TREATMENT SUPERVISOR           519         1.50        1.50
          TRUST SPECIALIST               517         0.50        0.50
          CIVIL ENGINEER I               516         0.50        0.50
          PLANT MANAGER II               516            3           3
          MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST          516         2.05        2.55
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS       516         5.10        5.10
          BUS SYS COORDINATOR            515         0.55        0.55
          MUNICIPAL ACCT III             515            0        0.50
          ENGINEER IN TRAINING           514            1           1
          ENVIRONMENTAL CHEM II          514         1.50           2
          SYSTEM SUPPORT SPEC I          514         0.50        0.50
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT II       514         1.50        1.50
          QUALITY ASSURANCE OFFICE       514         0.50        0.50
          FIELD OPERATIONS LEADER        513            3           3
          WATER OPER SUPV                513            3           3
          FINANCIAL SPECIALIST           513            1        0.50
          FLEET SERVICES ADMINISTR       513         0.50        0.50
          FACILITIES & PLT MECH SP       513            3           3
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPERVI       513            8           8
          WAREHOUSE MANAGER              513         0.50        0.50
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC            513            3           3
          TRAINING & SAFETY OFFICE       513         0.49        0.49
          ENVIRONMENTAL CHEM I           512         1.50           1
          MUNICIPAL ACCT II              512            0        0.50
          TRAINING ANALYST               512         0.55        0.55
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I       512         3.15        3.15
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I       511         6.35        6.35
          CONTRACT COORDINATOR           511         0.50        0.50
          CHIEF PLANT OPER               511           17          17
          ELECTRONIC TECH II             511         1.50           2
          ENGINEERING ASSISTANT I        511         0.50        0.50
          ENGINEERING AIDE II            509            2        1.50
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I         507         8.10        7.60
          CHIEF METER READER             506         2.50        2.50
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I          506         0.50        0.50




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WATER
WATER CASH FUND - CONTINUED

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          OFFICE SPECIALIST II          505         1.05        1.05
          MASTER MECH                   416         2.50        2.50
          ELECTRONIC TECH I             415            1        2.50
          PLANT OPER                    415           14          14
          PLUMBER                       415         0.50        0.50
          ELECTRICIAN                   415         2.50        3.50
          FAC & PLANT MECH II           414            7           8
          DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM INSP      414            2           2
          MECHANIC                      414         2.50        2.50
          PIPELINE MECH                 414           20          19
          WATER METER TECH II           413         1.50        1.50
          WATER QUALITY TECHNICIAN      413         3.50           5
          FACILITIES & PLANT MECH I     413           17          16
          WELDER                        413         1.50        1.50
          EQUIPMENT OPERATOR III        413            5           5
          MACHINIST                     413            1           1
          SERVICE WRITER                413         0.50        0.50
          CREW WORKER IV                413            0        2.20
          ENGINEERING AIDE I            413            0           1
          WATER METER TECH I            412            2           2
          MATERIALS DISPATCH TECH III   412            1           1
          COMPUTER GRAPHICS OPER        412         1.50           0
          WATER SERVICE TECH            412         4.70        2.50
          WATER SERVICE REP             412        22.15       22.15
          EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II         412        15.50       15.50
          UTILITY WORKER I              411            6           6
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH II          411            5           6
          COMPUTER OPER I               411            1           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST I           411            2           1
          MECHANIC HELPER               411            2           2
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP IV       411        28.05       27.50
          UTILITY WORKER I              410           42          42
          BLDG SERVICE WORKER           410            4           4
          CREW WORKER III               410            0           2
          METER READER                  409           12          12
          LIGHT TRUCK DRIVER            409            1           1
          OFFICE ASSISTANT II           409         1.50        0.50
          COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER     409            4           4
          MATERIALS DISPATCH TECH II    409            4           4
          CREW LEADER                   409            2           0
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP I        408         1.50           2
          CREW WORKER II                408            0           2
          OFFICE ASSISTANT I            408         0.50        0.50
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP I        408         1.50        2.05
          CREW WORKER                   406            2           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                         341.84      344.84




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SOLID WASTE
SANITATION CASH FUND

          POSITION TITLE                  PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                         RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER        521            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPV           516            2           2
          MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST          516            1           1
          TRAINING & SAFETY OFFICER      513         0.15        0.15
          FIELD OPERATIONS SUPV          513            5           5
          FINANCIAL SPECIALIST           513            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I       512            1           1
          ACCOUNTS AUDITOR               512            1           1
          TRAINING ANALYST               512            1           1
          FIELD OPERATIONS LEADER        511            1           1
          FLEET SERVICES COORDINAT       511            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I       511            1           1
          FIELD QUALITY REP              508           10          10
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II           505            1           1
          EQUIP OPER II                  412           34          34
          REFUSE COLLECTOR II            410            0          19
          CREW WORKER III                410            0           1
          CREW LEADER                    409           21           0
          COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER      409            1           1
          DATA TECHNICIAN I              409            1           0
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH I            409            2           3
          CREW WORKER II                 408            0           4
          REFUSE COLLECTOR I             408            0          15
          CREW WORKER                    406           18           0

          TOTAL POSITIONS                          104.15      104.15




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                                                                  CULTURE
                                                AND RECREATION

                                        • Parks and Recreation Department

                                                                                       • Zoo




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                                        PARKS AND RECREATION
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To promote the highest quality of life and to stimulate the economic viability of this great City
by providing beautiful parks, public areas, and quality cultural and leisure time opportunities for
our citizens and visitors.



                                                      City Manager



                                                       Parks and
                                                       Recreation
                                                      Administration



                            Recreation     Myriad Botanical      Grounds        Civic Center
                                              Gardens           Management       Music Hall




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                                                PARKS AND RECREATION
                                                 SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                      FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                                       Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                                   Budget        Budget

Administration                                         2,405,968    2,589,376    2,490,835              -3.81%
Recreation                                             4,102,636    4,187,698    3,908,100              -6.68%
Myriad Gardens                                         1,482,006    1,468,804    1,359,661              -7.43%
Grounds Management                                     7,272,014    7,098,626    6,658,698              -6.20%
MAPS Canal                                             1,348,210    1,625,021    2,128,746              31.00%
Civic Center Music Hall                                1,062,901    1,878,394    1,754,140              -6.61%
Special Purpose Fund                                     161,964    1,896,321    2,206,622              16.36%

Department Total                                      17,835,699   20,744,240   20,506,802               -1.14%


                                                   SUMMARY OF POSITIONS
                                                      FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                                       Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                                   Budget        Budget

Administration                                               18           16              14           -12.50%
Recreation                                                   42           30              28            -6.67%
Myriad Gardens                                               18           17              15           -11.76%
Grounds Management                                          124          110              97           -11.82%
MAPS Canal                                                    9           10              18            80.00%
Civic Center Music Hall                                      13           17              19            11.76%

Department Total                                            224          200             191             -4.50%


                        SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES BY FUND AND CLASSIFICATION
                                                      FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                                       Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                                   Budget        Budget

General Fund
Personal Services                                     11,863,390   11,731,365   11,101,710              -5.37%
Other Services & Charges                               3,011,129    3,626,457    3,383,419              -6.70%
Supplies                                               1,229,800    1,684,813    1,536,042              -8.83%
Capital Outlay                                            18,474            0             0                 N/A
Transfers                                                202,732      180,263      150,263             -16.64%

Fund Total                                            16,325,525   17,222,898   16,171,434               -6.11%




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                                        FY 01-02     FY 02-03       FY 03-04                 Percent
                                         Actual      Adopted        Proposed                 Change
                                                     Budget          Budget

Special Purpose Fund
Personal Services                                0       25,000                0             -100.00%
Other Services & Charges                    14,089       81,847          264,252              222.86%
Supplies                                    51,797      574,362        1,109,979               93.25%
Capital Outlay                              96,078    1,190,077          832,391              -30.06%
Transfers                                        0       25,035                0                   N/A

Fund Total                                161,964     1,896,321        2,206,622               16.36%

MAPS Operations Fund (Fund 052)
Personal Services                         422,358      566,016            939,078              65.91%
Other Services & Charges                  807,894      758,023            638,036             -15.83%
Supplies                                   83,165      125,982            226,632              79.89%
Capital Outlay                             11,400      175,000            325,000              85.71%
Transfers                                  23,393            0                  0                  N/A

Fund Total                               1,348,210    1,625,021        2,128,746               31.00%

Department Total                        17,835,699   20,744,240      20,506,802                 -1.14%




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                                         SUMMARY OF M AJOR BUDGET CHANGES
General Fund                                                                                     Amount           Positions
1.      Reduced Myriad Gardens’ Enhanced Youth Educational Programming (Deleted
        Assistant Naturalist).                                                                     (45,311)            (1)
2.      Consolidated Play in the Park (PIP) from 41 sites to 31 sites.                             (58,953)             0
3.      Eliminated Shallow Depth Pools (Deleted Recreation Program Coordinator).                 (212,703)             (1)
4.      Eliminated Administrative Support for PIP/Pools/Horticulture (Deleted Data
        Systems Technician II).                                                                    (37,842)            (1)
5.      Deleted one Marketing Coordinator I in Administration.                                     (55,296)            (1)
6.      Eliminated Horticulture Greenhouse Operations and Annual Flower Beds.                    (543,829)             (9)
7.      Consolidated Warehouses in Grounds Mgmt. (Deleted Materials Dispatcher                     (36,912)            (1)
        Technician II).
8.      Reduced Administrative Services in Grounds Management (Deleted
        Administrative Coordinator I and Communications Dispatcher).                             (122,139)             (2)
9.      Reduced Parks Maintenance Services (Deleted Equipment Operator II and
        Skilled Trades Worker).                                                                    (84,930)            (2)
10.     Reduced Horticulture Supervision (Deleted Horticulture Worker II).                         (62,639)            (1)
11.     Reduced Landscaping at Stage Center and Myriad Gardens (Deleted Grounds
        Maintenance Operator).                                                                     (39,659)            (1)
12.     Reduced Martin Park Operations (Deleted Grounds Maintenance Operator).                     (32,783)            (1)
13.     Redistricted Grounds Management (Deleted Field Operations Leader).                         (61,525)            (1)
14.     Eliminated City Hall Christmas Tree.                                                       (20,000)             0
15.     Reduced Subsidy for Stewart Golf Course.                                                   (30,000)             0
16.     Eliminated In-house Concessions and Gift Shop at the Civic Center.                         (52,500)             0
17.     Replaced Contract Cleaning at the Civic Center with City employees (Added
        Maintenance Supervisor and Custodian).                                                     (87,852)             2
18.     Added funding for South                 Lakes   Park   Maintenance   (Added   Grounds
        Maintenance Operator).                                                                     124,818              1
19.     Added funding for Maintenance for new trails and parks (Added Grounds
        Maintenance Operator for 75% of FY 04).                                                    138,077              1
20.     Added funding for Lake Draper North Point Day Use Area (Added Grounds
        Maintenance Operator for 50% of FY 04).                                                      66,823             1

MAPS CANAL & NORTH CANADIAN RIVER                                                                Amount           Positions
1.      Reduced Daytime Security.                                                                (100,536)              0
2.      Added funding for North Canadian River Basin Maintenance.                                  535,092              8
3.      Added funding for River and Canal maintenance facility                                     325,000              0




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                                              ADMINISTRATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Administration Division is responsible for directing and coordinating the wide range of activities performed by
the Department and overseeing Department business transactions. This Division has a major role in planning
park development, marketing recreation and cultural programs and evaluating services provided by the
organization. Parks Administration is also responsible for staffing and supporting the monthly meetings of several
citizen advisory boards, specifically: Oklahoma City Arts Commission; Game and Fish Commission; Oklahoma
City Golf Commission; Oklahoma City Park Commission; Myriad Gardens Authority; Myriad Gardens Foundation;
Civic Center Foundation and the Trails Advisory Committee.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Designed and coordinated with local neighborhood associations park designs for Zachary Taylor Park and
Douglas Park.
Finalized agreement with Flintco, Inc. for donation of approximately $50,000 of improvements for McMechan
Park.
Submitted and received a $20,000 grant from the State Department of Forestry for an arboretum master plan at
South Lakes Park.
Finished major master plan studies for Bluff Creek Park, Stinchcomb Wildlife Reserve and Route 66 Park (in
excess of 1,460 acres).
Coordinated locations of over 203 warning sirens in parks as part of the Public Safety Capital Projects.
Prepared plans and specifications to bid park playground and shelter improvements with a value in excess of
$750,000.
Effectively marketed the Department's numerous activities and special events including the Oklahoma Gardening
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School, Metro Area Senior Games, Orchids in October, 15 Anniversary of Crystal Bridge, Festival in the Park,
Downtown in December, Valentines Day Dinner Dance and the trout season at Dolese Park.
Distributed 10,000 Parks Guides through libraries, community centers, schools, neighborhood associations and
other public spaces.
Maintained information on the Civic Center Music Hall and Myriad Botanical Gardens web sites.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Coordinate Art Commission approval and installation of art works for the Downtown Library and North Canadian
River MAPS projects.
Complete in-house design and bid documents for 12 playground projects funded by 1995 GO Bond funding.
Continue implementation of the 2000 GO Bond Projects.
Begin construction of the first phase of the new Route 66 Park and Lake Stanley Draper recreation improvements.
Finalize plans and bid new skate park along North Canadian River.
Develop and print new or updated promotional materials for programs and special events.


PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual       Target       Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02     FY 02-03       FY 02-03          FY 03-04
         Provide information about Parks programs and special
 1.
         events (number of press releases).                             87           90                 94               94
 2.      Design and bid playgrounds in City parks.                      13           12                 12               12




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                                                   RECREATION

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Recreation Division is responsible for the administration of the City’s athletic and aquatic programs, specialty
centers, community centers and lake recreational programs. The Recreation Division provides recreational
opportunities on a year-round basis to participants at 12 community recreation centers. The Division also
operates seven swimming pools, four specialty pools, two municipal gymnasiums, 31 summer Play in the Park
sites and two tennis centers. It also administers the permit program for more than 150 athletic fields, the rental
program for party houses and shelters and issues more than 250 special activity permits each year.
The Division provides citizens with diverse recreational programming, from nature trails to weddings in the Will
Rogers Gardens. It operates the Martin Park Nature Center, the H. B. Parsons Fish Hatchery, the Will Rogers
Senior Citizens Center and the Woodson Senior Activities Center.
The City lakes operation provides assistance to the Oklahoma City Water Utility Trust in the administration and
management of recreational activities at the three municipal lakes, including recreational ground leases,
concession agreements and special activity permits.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

Operated 39 Play in the Park sites with participation of over 48,000.
Operated 13 shallow depth pools, seven full size pools and four specialty pools with total participation for the 24
pools of over 102,000.
Issued over 300 athletic field permits, 150 special event permits and 50 wedding permits.
Staff training was held once per month at the field staff meetings for Community Center supervisors.
Operated five Performing Arts camps.
Interlocal agreements were prepared for Recreation staff to use school facilities for the Play in the Park Program
and for the Hershey Track and Field Meet.
Provided the Summer Lunch Program to Play in the Park and Community Center sites through an agreement with
the Oklahoma City Public School District.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
Future goals of the Recreation Division include offering structured programs, increasing participation in structured
programs at community recreation centers, gymnasiums and pools by five percent and increasing individual
participation in city-wide youth athletic leagues by five percent.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                 Actual         Target        Estimated         Target
                                                                 FY 01-02       FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.       Increase participation in structured programs.          199,497        180,000          188,690           198,124
          Increase number of youth enrolled in city-wide youth
 2.                                                                     3,846      3,923            *1,326            *1,392
          athletic leagues.
 3.       Provide structured programs.                                  3,758      3,500              3,258            3,420
*The reduced 02-03 estimate and 03-04 target figures are due to reporting of enrollment versus cumulative
participation.




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                                                  MYRIAD BOTANICAL G ARDENS

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Myriad Botanical Gardens Division operates world-class facilities and horticultural exhibits for education,
tourism, facility rentals and special events. The Division monitors all revenue including retail, facility rentals and
admissions to the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory. The Division also maintains all horticultural collections in
the conservatory and the outdoor gardens, operates a gift shop, coordinates events and conducts promotions to
increase revenues.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

The Myriad Botanical Gardens hosted community family events including the Spring Festival of the Arts, Fourth of
July Celebration, OG&E Gardens Lights, March of Dimes Walk, Muscular Dystrophy Walk, Asian Festival,
parades such as St. Patrick’s Day, Fourth of July and Festival of Lights Holiday Parade, and numerous free
summer concerts and theatrical presentations.
Major maintenance renovation was completed with installation of the water purification system for the Crystal
Bridge plants, replacing the reverse osmosis water purifier, and associate water treatment tanks.
Myriad Botanical Gardens staff participated in Oklahoma City’s third “Oklahoma Garden Festival” by installing an
educational exhibit and conducted educational seminars. Proceeds from the annual four-day event benefit the
Myriad Gardens Foundation and Oklahoma City Beautiful.
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March 25, 2003 marked the 15 anniversary of the grand opening of the Crystal Bridge Tropical Conservatory.
An open house was held in recognition of this occasion. A special exhibit showcasing pictures and artifacts of the
development of the Gardens was available for public viewing from February 14 - April 27, 2003.
On March 29, 2003, the Myriad Botanical Gardens and the Myriad Gardens Foundation hosted the first annual
Oklahoma Gardening School. Over 300 attended the event, with net revenues from the school used to benefit
education programs and exhibits in the Myriad Botanical Gardens.
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Education programs for K, 2 , 4 , and 6 grade classes were enhanced this year through a T.R.I.P.S. (Teaching
Revitalized through Informal Programs in Science) grant from the National Science Foundation.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Maintain grounds, gardens, plant collections and displays at the Myriad Botanical Gardens and Crystal Bridge
Tropical Conservatory for the enjoyment and education of visitors.
Facilitate capital improvements and projects funded by the Myriad Gardens Foundation.
Provide a well-operated facility and execute rentals and events in an efficient and effective manner.
Facilitate uses of public areas at the Bricktown Canal.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                       Actual     Target       Estimated           Target
                                                                      FY 01-02   FY 02-03       FY 02-03          FY 03-04
         Increase facility rentals by 5% over the previous fiscal
 1.                                                                                                       139             146
         year.                                                             132        139

         Conduct/host workshops, seminars and                 youth
         programs for the purpose of public education.
 2.                                                                                                                       100
                Youth Classes:                                              98        112                 105
                                                                                                                           12
                Adult Classes:                                               6         12                  11

         Increase Crystal Bridge attendance by 5% over
 3.
         previous fiscal year.                                          82,579     91,316            90,000           95,881




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                                                GROUNDS M ANAGEMENT

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Grounds Management Division is responsible for the grounds maintenance, beautification and development
of Oklahoma City parks, lakes, center medians, right-of-ways, the Bricktown Canal, North Canadian River Basins
and other municipal properties. These activities include: the mowing, trimming, and trash/litter pickup of the
grounds; ball field grading; fence repair and installation; drainage and erosion control programs; and installation
and maintenance of park equipment, including playground equipment. Additionally, the Division is responsible for
the grounds maintenance at the Civic Center, City Hall, Police Headquarters and other public downtown areas.
This Division is also responsible for the operation and programs at the Will Rogers Garden Exhibition Center.


2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS
Continued the Gateway Chemical Turf Improvement Program.
Performed 1, 800 inspections on playgrounds.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Provide high-quality maintenance and operations activities on the Bricktown Canal seven days a week.
Open Phase I of the new South Lakes Park for use by the public for activities such as soccer, walking/jogging,
fishing, picnicking, and other recreational activities.
Provide well-maintained recreational areas on the North Canadian River corridor from the Eastern Avenue basin
to the soon to be opened Western Avenue river basin.
Beautify the high visibility gateway medians, major sports fields, areas around active Community Centers and
major parks by conducting the Gateway Chemical Program/Winter Weed Control Program (1,700 acres) and
Gateway Chemical/Summer Weed Control Program (200 acres).
Offer quality horticultural education programs at Will Rogers Garden Exhibition Center.
Provide safe and enjoyable playground areas through regular inspections and maintenance of playground
equipment.
Continue to maintain regional parks, community centers and athletic fields on a two-week schedule and other
property on a three-week schedule.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                                  Actual      Target      Estimated           Target
                                                                 FY 01-02    FY 02-03      FY 02-03          FY 03-04
 1.     Hours of maintenance performed on playgrounds.               1,900       2,300            2,300           2,300
        Gateway/Park Chemical Program/Winter Weed Control
 2.
        and Summer Weed Control Program (acres).                     1,750       1,800            1,800           1,900




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                                        CIVIC CENTER M USIC HALL

SUMMARY OF DIVISIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Civic Center’s primary responsibility is to provide venues and events that enhance the quality of life for
Oklahoma City citizens. This is accomplished by providing a high level of customer service, scheduling programs
that respond to diverse community needs, encouraging collaboration between arts organizations and working with
the Civic Center Foundation to maintain the newly renovated facility.
Another responsibility of the Civic Center is to foster new audiences through increased public awareness of
programs presented at the Civic Center and by providing a venue for performing arts programs for students. The
Civic Center staff works with the Parks and Recreation Department Marketing Coordinator, the Civic Center
Foundation, the State Arts Council and user groups to develop programs that encourage citizens and students to
attend events. Staff will also work with the Oklahoma City Art Museum and Downtown OKC, Inc. to create an arts
district that increases public awareness of the arts in Oklahoma City.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

One of the more significant improvements for FY 2002/2003 was the addition of the Civic Center Volunteer
Program. By providing volunteer ushers and ticket-takers, this program reduced costs for the user group arts
organizations by approximately 50%, allowing them to continue funding operational budgets during difficult
economic times. From August through December 2002, 8,754 volunteer hours were recorded.
Celebrity Attractions presented 32 sold out performances of “Phantom of the Opera” and 35 other touring
performances as part of their “Give your Regards to Broadway” season, resulting in an all time record of 13,000
subscribers. The Oklahoma City Philharmonic continued their second season at the renovated Civic Center with 8
sold out Classic performances, including a performance by world renown guest artist, Itzhak Pearlman. The 15
Pops concerts included Michael Feinstein and Burt Bacharach. Highlights of BLAC’s 6 performances and
Canterbury’s 5 performances included performances by Lou Rawls and A Sea Symphony, respectively. Ballet
Oklahoma presented 20 dance performances with “Dracula” opening their season. Lyric Theater completed their
first season at the Civic Center with 30 performances, including “Will Rogers Follies.” The Oklahoma City Theatre
Company and Oklahoma City Repertory Theatre were added to our list of Arts Organizations this year with a total
of 98 performances in the Freede Little Theatre.
The Civic Center Marketing Coordinator obtained sponsorship and produced a new “Season At A Glance”
brochure, which summarized all Civic Center arts organization event calendars into one brochure for patrons to
reference for future ticket purchases.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES

Maximize revenue through increased rentals, concessions/catering sales, box office operations and Theatre
Technician reimbursements.
Increase utilization through audience development, community awareness and the presentation of numerous and
diverse cultural, educational and entertainment programs.

PERFORMANCE MEASURES
                                                          Actual         Target         Estimated            Target
                                                         FY 01-02       FY 02-03         FY 02-03           FY 03-04
 1.      Increase revenue target.                         $734,293     *$1,105,310      $1,150,000         $1,150,000
 2.      Increase event day target.                             433            459                459                536
* Includes one time revenue from 32 sold out performances of “Phantom of the Opera”




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                                     BUDGETED PERSONNEL POSITIONS BY FUND
PARKS AND RECREATION
GENERAL FUND

          POSITION TITLE                         PAY     POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                                RANGE     FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          PARKS & RECREATION DIR                025            1           1
          ASST DIRECTOR                         025            1           1
          BUSINESS MANAGER                      522            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER               522            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS MANAGER               521            3           2
          FACILITY MANAGER                      520            1           1
          LANDSCAPE ARCHITECT                   516            1           1
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS              516            3           3
          EVENTS MGR                            516            1           1
          MANAGEMENT SPECIALIST                 516            2           3
          MARKETING COORDINATOR II              515            0           1
          MARKETING COORDINATOR I               514            2           0
          ADMINISTRATIVE SPEC                   513            1           1
          PLANNER II                            513            1           1
          FIELD OPERA TIONS SUPERVI             513            6           6
          BOX OFFICE MGR                        513            0           1
          FISHERY BIOLOGIST                     512            1           1
          STAGE MANAGER                         511            1           1
          PLANNER I                             511            1           1
          FIELD OPERATIONS LEADER               511            9           7
          UNIT OPERATIONS LEADER I              511            1           1
          CONCESSION SUPV                       510            1           1
          COMMUNITY CTR SUPV                    510           14          14
          MUNICIPAL ACCT I                      510            1           1
          NATURALIST                            509            1           1
          REC PROGRAM COORD                     508            4           3
          ADMINISTRATIVE COORD I                507            2           2
          THEATER TECHNICIAN                    507            3           3
          BOX OFFICE SUPV                       506            1           0
          ASST NATURALIST                       506            3           2
          EXECUTIVE SECRETARY I                 506            1           1
          OFFICE SPECIALIST II                  505            4           3
          BUILDING HEAT & AIR MECH              415            1           1
          ELECTRICIAN                           415            1           1
          SKILLED TRADES WORKER                 414            3           2
          MECHANIC                              414            3           3
          BLDG MAINTENANCE MECHANIC             414            2           2
          HORTICULTURE WORKER II                413            2           0
          MAINTENANCE SUPERVISOR                413            0           1
          CREW WORKER IV                        413            0           5
          HORTICULTURE WORKER I                 413            7           4
          EQUIPMENT OPERATOR II                 412            5           4
          TREE TRIMMER                          411            8           6
          NURSERY WORKER                        411            6           1
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP IV               411            0           1
          DATA SYSTEMS TECH II                  411            4           3
          STADIUM GROUNDSKEEPER                 410            1           1
          CREW WORKER III                       410            0          10
          CREW CHIEF                            410            5           0
          LIGHT TRUCK DRIVER                    409            1           1
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PARKS AND RECREATION
GENERAL FUND - CONTINUED

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04

          GROUNDS MAINT OPERATOR        409          50            54
          MATERIALS DISPATCH TECH II    409           3             2
          CREW LEADER                   409          10             0
          COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHE      408           1             0
          CUSTOMER SERVICE REP I        408           0             1
          CUSTOMER SERVICE CLERK        407           1             0
          CASHIER                       405           1             0
          CUSTODIAN                     405           2             3

          TOTAL POSITIONS                           190           173

PARKS CANAL MAINTENANCE
MAPS OPERATIONS FUND

          POSITION TITLE                 PAY    POSITIONS   POSITIONS
                                        RANGE    FY 02-03    FY 03-04
          UNIT OPERATIONS SUPERVIS      516           1              1
          FIELD OPERATIONS LEADER       511           0              1
          ELECTRICIAN                   415           1              1
          PLUMBER                       415           0              1
          HORTICULTURE WORKER II        414           3              3
          HORTICULTURE WORKER I         413           2              2
          NURSERY WORKER                411           3              3
          GROUNDS MAINT OPERATOR        409           0              6

          TOTAL POSITIONS                            10            18




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                                                       ZOO
DEPARTMENTAL GOAL

To provide a functional zoological park and botanical garden for the enjoyment and leisure of
the public; to provide educational opportunities regarding the animal kingdom; and to
participate in wildlife conservation and research programs.




                                         Mayor &        Oklahoma City
                                        City Council    Zoological Trust



                                                             Zoo
                                                         Administration




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                                                          ZOO
                                                SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES
                                                     FY 01-02     FY 02-03     FY 03-04             Percent
                                                      Actual      Adopted      Proposed             Change
                                                                  Budget        Budget
Zoo Sales Tax Fund
Personal Services                                             0            0            0                   N/A
Other Services & Charges                                      0            0            0                   N/A
Supplies                                                      0            0            0                   N/A
Capital Outlay                                                0            0            0                   N/A
Transfers                                             8,870,048   12,100,434   12,141,996                0.34%

Fund Total                                            8,870,048   12,100,434   12,141,996                0.34%




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                                        OKLAHOMA CITY ZOOLOGICAL GARDEN

SUMMARY OF DEPARTMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES
The Oklahoma City Zoological Park and Botanical Garden incorporates conservation, education, recreation and
research into their mission statement. The Zoo is responsible for animal care, exhibits and the maintenance and
propagation of rare and endangered species that are housed at the facility. Support divisions include educational
programs, landscaping of habitats and grounds, special events and activities, promotional efforts in the media and
community, and maintenance of the buildings and surrounding areas. The Zoo is administered by a public trust
appointed by the Mayor and the City Council and receives funding from a 1/8 cent dedicated sales tax.

2002-2003 ACCOMPLISHMENTS

It was a somber year at the Oklahoma City Zoo following events of September 11, 2001 and attendance reflected
this by dipping to 639,132 for Fiscal Year 2001-2002. Oklahoma City attractions came together to respond to the
tourism drop and created the northeastern Oklahoma City organization known as the Oklahoma Adventure
District. By combining resources the eight founding entities have been able to market the area as a whole to the
community and state.
Education continued to be a primary mission of the Zoo and over 31,000 students took advantage of the
conservation-oriented curriculum that is offered in the classes, programs, zoo snoozes and activities.
For the first time, the Zoo offered free admission on any Monday in January and February. The weather played a
major part, but 6,580 people took advantage of the gratis occasion.
Artistic talents were unveiled as the two Asian elephants and three sea lions began expressing themselves by
painting one-of-a-kind masterpieces. All works of art are for sale in the Zoo’s Safari Gift Shop.
Entertainment opportunities increased at the Zoo with the addition of a children’s train, rock-climbing wall and
Morphis simulator ride. All are located adjacent to the Endangered Species Carousel and playground, making a
larger kid's zone for the enjoyment of children and relaxation of adults.
The Zoo was named recipient of the “2002 Outstanding Event” award presented by Frontier Marketing
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Association, for Haunt the Zoo for Halloween. This was the 1 year for the ever-popular event and 19,155
people attended.
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For the 12 anniversary of the 1/8-cent sales tax, the Zoo again offered free admission and 6,604 guests took
advantage of the fun day.
Morning Zoo Rise brought back the 7:30 a.m. opening of the Zoo in July and August with over 11,546 guests
beating the heat.
The American Zoo and Aquarium Association (AZA) once again bestowed the honor of accreditation on the Zoo.
This rigorous application and inspection carries a five-year renewal.
A new structural addition to the Zoo came in the form of the Treehouse. This rustic cabin-like structure, made out
of recycled materials from Zoo grounds, is available for educational classes, ZooSnoozes and private party
rentals. Funded by the Phillip Boyle family and Richard and Thomas Dulaney, this building is fun on the inside
and outside.
The Zoo completed its Master Plan and began the design phase of its first major exhibit “Oklahoma Trails” with an
expected completion date of fall of 2004. The Oklahoma Zoological Society began fundraising for the design and
construction of a hands-on lorikeet feeding exhibit. The Zoo will match funds and complete this project in time for
a Spring 2003 opening.

2003-2004 OBJECTIVES
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Zoo marks 100 anniversary.
Opening of "Oklahoma Trails" exhibit.




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                                            APPENDIX
                                        • Glossary of Terms




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                                        GLOSSARY OF T ERMS
Accrual Basis of Accounting - The accrual basis of accounting is used in proprietary fund types and the pension
trust fund. The accrual basis of accounting recognizes revenues when earned. Expenses are recorded when
incurred. Plan member contributions to the pension trust fund are recognized in the period in which the contributions
are due. Employer contributions to the plan are recognized when due and the City has made a formal commitment
to provide the contributions. Benefits and refunds are recognized when due and payable in accordance with the
terms of the plan.

Activity - The type of work performed by an organization in carrying out the program for which it is responsible.

ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act.

Administrative Services Charge -         An internal charge to departments for central services provided by staff
departments.

Adopted Budget - A plan of financial operation, legally adopted by the City Council, providing an estimate of
expenditures for a given fiscal year and a proposed means of financing them. The legal requirements for adopting a
budget are set forth in the Oklahoma State Statutes (Title 11 Sections 17-201 - 17-216, known as the Municipal
Budget Act).

Ad Valorem Tax - A tax based on the value of real property, most commonly real estate. The City can only use
this revenue source for repaying General Obligation Bond debt and judgments against the City.

AFSCME - American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees.

Agency - The highest level in the City organization in which activities are carried out, synonymous with department.

Allocation - A part of a lump-sum appropriation which is designated for expenditure by specific organizational units
and/or for special purposes, activities or objects.

Annual Operating Budget - The document prepared by the Budget Office and supporting staff which presents the
adopted budget and supporting information. The document usually consists of: a message from the budget making
authority, together with a summary of the proposed expenditures and the means of financing them; schedules
supporting the summary showing detailed information on past years' actual revenues, expenditures, other data used
in making the estimates and information on City services, employment and performance.

Appropriation - An authorization granted by a legislative body to make expenditures and incur obligations for
specific purposes. An appropriation is usually limited in amount and duration.

Base Budget - An estimate of the funding available to carry on existing programs as established by the Office of
Management and Budget for each department at the beginning of a budget cycle.

Budget (Operating) - A financial plan containing an estimate of proposed revenues and expenditures for a given
period (typically a fiscal year). The term is also used to denote the officially approved expenditure ceilings under
which a government and its departments operate. Adoption of a budget by the legislative body is an appropriation of
the budgeted amounts.

Budgeted Fund Balance - The amount of the fund balance that is budgeted for use in the next year’s budget.

CAFR - Comprehensive Annual Financial Report.

Capital Budget - A one year plan for financing a program of long-term work projects that lead to the physical
development of the City. The capital budget is usually enacted as part of the complete annual budget which
includes other operating and capital outlays. The capital budget is based on a Capital Improvement Program (CIP).



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Capital Improvement Program (CIP) - A five-year plan for financing long-term work projects that lead to the
physical development of the City. Set forth in the CIP is the name of each project, the expected beginning and
ending date, the amount to be expended in each year and the proposed method of financing the projects.

Capital Outlay - Expenditures of at least $7,500 that result either in the acquisition of fixed assets or property
durable for longer than one year.

CDBG - Community Development Block Grant.

CEPA - Clarence E. Page Airport.

CHAPPS - Cops Helping Alleviate Police Problems.

Chargeback - A charge to departments receiving services from another City department. Also, see Internal Service
Fund.

CLEET - Council on Law Enforcement, Education and Training.

COBRA - Consolidated Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act. This act sets forth requirements for employers and
employees with regard to health insurance following termination of employment.

Contingency - A budgeted reserve for use in unforeseen circumstances.

Contractual Services - Services rendered to the City by private firms or other City departments. These services
can include expenses such as utilities, rentals, printing, internal service charges and repairs.

COTPA - The Central Oklahoma Transportation and Parking Authority, a trust of which the City is beneficiary.
COTPA provides public transit services in Oklahoma City and, through contracts, in many suburban areas. COTPA
also operates downtown parking garages.

Debt Service - The City's obligation to pay the principal and interest of bonds and other debt instruments according
to a predetermined payment schedule.

Dedicated Revenues - Income that is restricted by law to expenditures for specific purposes.

Department - Identifies the highest level in the formal City organization in which a specific activity is carried out,
synonymous with agency.

Division - Identifies the second highest level in the formal City organization in which a specific activity is carried
out; several divisions may comprise a single department.

EDA - Economic Development Administration.

EEOC - Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.

EMSA - Emergency Medical Services Authority.

Encumbrances - Obligations in the form of purchase orders, contracts or salary commitments that are chargeable
to an appropriation and for which a part of the appropriation is reserved. Encumbrances are eliminated when paid or
when an actual liability is set up.

EPA - Environmental Protection Agency.

Expenditures - The total outflow of funds represented by: (a) supplies, materials and services received for current
operations; (b) payments in the form of goods or services received; (c) equipment and other assets received; (d)
payment for servicing debts including interest or principal; and (e) transfers to other funds. This definition applies to
all funds and to all outlay transactions.

Expendable Trust Fund - See Special Purpose Funds.
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Empowerment Zone/Enterprise Communities (EZ/EC) – U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
programs which generate economic development in urban areas through employer wage credits, tax deductions, tax-
exempt bond financing and Federal tax credits.

Enterprise Zone – Oklahoma City contains three Enterprise Zones which encourage job creation and capital
investment in areas of economic distress. Administered by the Oklahoma Department of Commerce, the program
provides communities with an economic development tool to offer state and local incentives and program priority to
new or expanding business in these designated areas.

Fiscal Year - A twelve-month period of time to which the annual budget applies and at the end of which a
governmental unit determines its financial position and the results of its operations. The City’s fiscal year begins
July 1 and ends June 30.

Fixed Assets - Assets with a useful life in excess of one year and an initial cost equal to or exceeding $7,500.
Classifications include land, buildings, machinery, furniture, equipment and construction in progress. Synonymous
with Capital Outlay.

FLSA - Fair Labor Standards Act.

FMLA - Family and Medical Leave Act.

FOP - Fraternal Order of Police.

Franchise Tax - A gross receipts tax assessed on those public utilities that are granted a franchise by the voters.

Fund - An accounting entity that has a set of self-balancing accounts and that records all financial transactions for
specific activities of governmental functions or specific uses of restricted revenues.

Fund Balance - The amount of money remaining in a fund at the close of a fiscal year. Fund Balance as used in
this document is on a budgetary basis.

GAAP - Generally Accepted Accounting Principles.

General Fund - A fund used to account for all monies received and disbursed for general municipal government
purposes including all assets, liabilities, reserves, fund balances, revenues and expenditures which are not
accounted for in any other fund.

GHRS - Government Human Resources System. The component of the City’s integrated computer system used to
track personnel information and process payroll.

GIS - Geographical Information System.

Grant - A contribution by an organization (most often the federal government) to support a particular function.

Hiring Freeze - A temporary restriction on hiring in order to achieve financial savings.

HL - Historic Landmark.

HOME - Home Investment Partnership Program.

HOPWA - Housing Opportunities for People with AIDS.

HP - Historic Preservation.

HUD - U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.

IAFF - International Association of Fire Fighters.



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IFMAPS - Integrated Financial Management and Planning System.                Oklahoma City's integrated budgeting,
accounting, personnel and payroll computer system.

IMPACT - Initiating Multiple Police Actions Against Criminal Targets.

Infrastructure - The main foundations of the City, including sewer lines, water mains, streets, bridges, etc.

Internal Service Fund - A fund established to finance and account for services and commodities furnished by one
department to another department on a cost reimbursement basis. Also, see chargeback.

ISTEA - The Intermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991. The federal law distributing funds for
highway, mass transportation, trails and other transportation purposes. Oklahoma City uses ISTEA funds for
highway improvement projects and for a network of trails around the City.

JTPA - Job Training Partnership Act.

LGFS - Local Government Financial System.           The financial management component of the City’s integrated
computer system.

Line Item - An account for recording specific revenues or expenditures within a fund or department.

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Maintenance and Operations Expenditures (M & O - Costs of services and supplies needed for a service,
program or department. Under Oklahoma's Municipal Budget Act, M & O's are budgeted and accounted for under
two distinct classes: “other services and charges” and “commodities.”

MAPS - Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Projects. The MAPS Sales Tax Fund was established by City ordinance
on October 13, 1993. The fund was supported by a one-cent limited-purpose City sales tax approved by voters on
December 14, 1993 and extended for six months on December 8, 1999. The tax expired on June 30, 1999. The
MAPS Sales Tax Fund is for certain capital projects in the Central Business District and the Fair Park.

Modified Accrual Basis of Accounting - The modified accrual basis of accounting recognizes revenues when both
“measurable and available.” Measurable means the amount can be determined. Available means collectible within
the current period or soon enough thereafter to pay current liabilities. Also, under the modified accrual basis of
accounting, expenditures are recorded when the related fund liability is incurred, except for general obligation bond
principal and interest which are reported as expenditures in the year due. The City uses the modified accrual basis
of accounting for Governmental and Agency funds.

NPDES - National Pollution Discharge Elimination System.

Object Class - A grouping of similar expenditure object codes that follows the structure outlined in the Municipal
Budget Act, e.g., personal services, other services and charges, supplies, capital outlay and transfers.

Object Code - An expenditure account such as office supplies or rental of equipment. Synonymous with line-item.

OCAT - Oklahoma City Airport Trust.

OCEAT - Oklahoma City Environmental Assistance Trust.

OCMAPS – Oklahoma City Metropolitan Area Public Schools.

OCMFA - Oklahoma City Municipal Facilities Authority.

OCPPA - Oklahoma City Public Property Authority.

OCWUT - Oklahoma City Water Utilities Trust.

OCZT - Oklahoma City Zoological Trust.

ODOC - Oklahoma Department of Commerce.
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ODOT - Oklahoma Department of Transportation.

OESC - Oklahoma Employment Security Commission.

OMB - Office of Management and Budget.

Other Services and Charges - An object class for expenditures for services (e.g., advertising, repairs, postage)
and any other expenditures that do not fit in the remaining classifications.

OWD - Office of Workforce Development.

Performance Measures - Specific quantitative measures of work performed within an activity or program (e.g., total
miles of streets cleaned), or specific quantitative measures of results obtained through a program or activity (e.g.,
reduced incidence of vandalism due to new street lighting program).

Personal Services - The object class containing the costs of personnel, such as compensating City employees for
salaries, wages and employee benefits (social security, retirement and insurance) for City employees, costs for
travel and training reimbursements and costs of professional services such as legal, medical, training, etc.

Program - Related activities and projects that seek to accomplish a specific objective.

Proposed Budget - A plan of financial operation, proposed by the City Manager to the City Council, providing an
estimate of expenditures for a given fiscal year and a proposed means of financing them.

Proprietary Fund Accounting - Accounting used for government operations that are financed and operated in a
manner similar to business enterprises and for which preparation of an income statement is desirable.

Reappropriations - A term to identify funds appropriated in one fiscal year and rebudgeted in a future year to
provide budget authority for expenditures; a single term to identify fund balance and reserve for prior year
encumbrances. Generally used in capital and construction funds which contain projects that may require more than
one fiscal year to complete.

Reserve for Contingencies - Appropriations for emergencies or unforeseen expenditures not otherwise budgeted.

Reserve for Prior Year Encumbrances - An amount budgeted as a revenue for a multi-year fund to provide budget
authority for items encumbered in one year, but which may not actually be expensed until a future year.

Revenue Estimate - A formal estimate of how much income will be earned from a specific revenue source for some
future period, typically, a future fiscal year. Revenue sources, generally include taxes, intergovernmental grants,
fees for services, fines and permits.

RFP - Request for Proposal.

Section - Identifies the third highest level in the formal City organization in which a specific activity is carried out; a
division may consist of several sections.

Special Purpose Funds - Funds dedicated for a specific purpose, such as a fund established to receive donations
to support parks and recreation activities. In future years, these will be referenced as Special Purpose Funds
(previously referred to as Expendable Trust Funds).

Supplies - The object class that includes articles and items which are consumed or materially altered when used
by operating activities, such as office supplies, maintenance parts and small tools, and minor equipment.

TANF - Temporary Assistance for Needy Families.

Transfer - A payment from one City fund to another fund or to a related trust.

Trust - A government entity created by a city or group of cities to perform specific services or functions.

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Unbudgeted Reserve - The amount of fund balance that is not budgeted; available for cash flow purposes.

Vacancy Discount - Projected salary savings from personnel turnover. The discount is budgeted as a percentage
of the budgeted salary and retirement for General Fund departments. In FY 2002-2003, the discount is budgeted in
the General Fund at 3.0% of combined salary and retirement for civilian positions, and 1.5% for uniform Police and
Fire positions.

WIA - Workforce Investment Act.




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