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Budget Highlights 2013/2014

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Budget Comparisons and Challenges

The City of Reno’s Fiscal Year (FY) 13/14 budget is comprised of $164 million in General Fund expenditures and a total budget of $348 million including enterprise, special revenue and capital projects.

The City of Reno’s total budget is approximately 23% below the budget in FY 07/08; General Fund spending is equivalent to FY 05/06 expenditures and since 2008, the City of Reno has seen a reduction in 442 positions or 27%.

The City’s assessed valuation is approximately $5.9 billion, a decrease of 2% over the prior year and equating to a decline of 0.2% of anticipated property tax revenues. Property tax revenues are essentially flat. Consolidated tax revenues, which are primarily sales taxes, are estimated to increase 2.5% over FY 12/13. The City’s Stabilization or “rainy day” account is reduced to $1.7 million and Ending Fund Balance is budgeted slightly over the minimum-required 4% or $6 million. The future target is to obtain 8.3% Ending Fund Balance or one month operating costs as a reserve.

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To balance the City’s budget, as expenditures are outpacing revenues, several measures were put into place for FY 13/14 including a freeze of vacant positions and General Fund Fleet purchases and the redirection of Community Pride Grant Funding.

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There is no overall tax rate increase for the City of Reno and the property tax rate remains at $0.9598 per $100 of assessed value and includes voter-approved tax overrides of $0.5169 for police, fire, and street fund.

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*Currently, there are 4.78 City, full-time equivalent employees per 1,000 residents

in Reno which is down significantly from 7.31 in 2005. The City is operating with far fewer staff than prior to the economic downturn and continues to identify ways to increase efficiencies in local government. The FY 2013/14 budget includes funding for state-mandated Public Employees’ Retirement System (PERS) increases; half the increase in non-public safety PERS costs will be shared with non-public safety staff. Reserve levels remain at a minimum and unfunded liabilities continue to provide a risk to future City budgets. Retiree health care (OPEB), ending fund balance, and unfunded capital maintenance are fiscal priorities of the City of Reno to ensure future fiscal stability.

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HATHA YOGA Beginning Class

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Beginning Hatha Yoga focuses on understanding and controlling the body, the breath, and the mind through exercises, breathing techniques, meditation and relaxation. You will learn a series of simple, safe, and highly effective skills through the ancient techniques of yoga. The class will allow you to learn weaknesses, strengths, tightness, and flexibility.

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Wednesdays, 5:30pm - 6:45pm

Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center Fridays, 5:30pm - 6:45pm

$120 for an 8 week session Call 334-2262 to register

$108 for a 6 week session Call 334-2262 to register

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Connecting Citizens to their City

Connecting Citizens to their City (50+)

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Restorative Yoga is for everybody. This course guides you through the steps for beginner restorative yoga poses and meditation (yoga nidra) with emphasis on concentrated deep breathing. You will learn how regular practice helps to build the muscle strength required to hold yoga postures. You will develop increased lung capacity and provide the regular simulation to the internal organs that help to balance chemical and hormone levels. Emphasis is on methods of yoga that are slow and gentle with calming and releasing stress and purge your thoughts of the worries and stresses of the day.

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Senior Connect

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If you need help in establishing good conduct and curbing bad habits, Dog Obedience Class is the class for you. Instructor, Guy Yeaman, uses his 45+ years of experience to help you teach your dog all the basic obedience commands: heel, sit, stand, stay, recall, etc. Each dog will need a training collar (choke chain, Halti, Martingale, harness, etc.) and a 4’-6’ fabric or leather leash. Dogs must be current on all shots through Rabies and written proof must be shown at the start of class. Saturdays 10am - 11am, Comstock Park - 1650 Carat 1pm - 2pm, McKinley Park - 925 Riverside January 11 - March 1 (no class February 1 or February 8) March 8 - April 12 April 19 - May 24

STAY INFORMED ON SENIOR NEWS Senior Connect is a free publication with information about events and programs for people 50+. You can pick up a free copy at: Evelyn Mount Northeast Community Center (1301 Valley Rd.), Neil Road Recreation Center (3925 Neil Rd.), and Teglia’s Paradise Park Activity Center (2745 Elementary Dr.).

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STAY INFORMED ON THE LATEST BUSINESS LICENSE NEWS

Your business license may be an annual process, but there are changes throughout the year that may affect how you do business in the Biggest Little City. You can stay up-to-date on these important announcements by signing up for email alerts through Reno Connect.

Signing up is easy.

To download a free copy, please visit: Reno.gov/seniors

Simply visit Reno.gov/RenoConnect, enter your email address, choose your lists (we recommend “General Interests” and “Business News”) and you’re done.

To be placed on the mailing list or to receive a digital copy monthly, please call (775) 657-4602.

Visit us at Reno.gov/Engage and find other ways you can stay in the loop and make your voice heard.

For more information, call Guy at 265-4530. GOV

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