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District Mission To enhance the quality of life in Johnson County by providing high-quality parks, services, and recreation programs.

District Vision To be the leader in park management and recreation services by being responsive to our community and the people we serve, impacting the character of our community in a positive manner, serving as a catalyst for program and land use innovation, and functioning as a responsible steward of all our resources.

“Interactions with the animals were wonderful and the park is a beautiful setting for a birthday party!� Marlena, Shawnee


ary year, we ict’s 60th Annivers str Di on ati cre Re g future. Strategic on County Park & king to a promisin loo o als During 2015, Johns ities. ile wh st the plan, were prior cy’s storied pa nding to implement celebrated our agen fu g rin cu se d an future, planning for JCPRD’s ar for JCPRD! unprecedented ye an s wa 15 20 , ult As a res tre in the Park ration at The Thea leb ce tic tas fan a iding activities and ary culminated with ns of booths prov ze Do r. Our 60th Annivers be ed by em pt s’ stage, were enjoy Park during Se main stage and kid e in Shawnee Mission th on t en inm rta with ente information, along endees. att 00 3,5 an more th r commuic engine within ou om on ec e tru a is omic benefits of in 2015 that JCPRD study of the econ its ed rlet It became evident mp co L) PRD provides nume r Public Land (TP ich showed that JC wh ed , nity. The Trust fo ov ict pr str im Di s, on lue ati va operty rk & Recre ch as increased pr Johnson County Pa t use the community, su to s h care savings, direc fit alt ne he , be ic ism ur om to d se rea ous econ . In inc ity , nt un to the comm water manageme and skilled workers s nt air quality and storm the ide to res y all w nu ne g an 0 million and attractin contribute nearly $10 value to residents, to L TP by d ate tim were es all, these benefits y. om on ec local lestone in 2015. Plan, was a major mi cy ga Le nal D’s PR JC n, wing areas: Regio new strategic pla 15 years in the follo xt re, ne The adoption of a tu e th Na r th fo s wi g itie tlines prior es, Connectin gThe Legacy Plan ou Le & Cultural Resourc e th on of ati cre on Re ati , nt ity ectiv ly began impleme te dia h me Parks, Trails & Conn ug im e ro W th parkland, ity, and Teamwork. currently unopened D’s n PR Stewardship, Ident ga JC be ing we en , op ion r . In addit ndations fo e Big Bull Creek Parks acy Plan’s recomme th d r an fo ok ro ing nd wb fu do of Mea securing grant by m ste sy nthe master planning il tio tra rea sed rec our highly utilized d the way for increa the expansion of mway Trail and pave unty Governrea St Co k ee on Cr ns e Joh ffe th derstanding wi un development of Co of mo er scheduled me nt a Ce executing d Heritage al opportunities by nson County Arts an Joh w ne e th te era d op ment to manage an 17. 20 dmi in en op to ers, the contincreation Commission Re d an rk Pa ard of of ard ly resulted in the Bo of our JCPRD Bo c support ultimate The diligent efforts bli ional pu g dit on ad is str d Th . an PRD staff, JCPRD’s funding in se rea inc ll ued hard work of JC mi 5 br e future is ight ers’ approval of a 0.7 the Legacy Plan. Th of ch County Commission mu nt me e means to imple funding provides th . e patrons we serve th r fo : “To for JCPRD and meeting our mission us well to continue ed and s, ion ce sit rvi po se , ve rks ha nts in 2015 high-quality pa ng idi ov pr by Our accomplishme ty k un and than you of life in Johnson Co unity in this manner, mm co r ou enhance the quality rve se to s.” We’re proud PRD! recreation program and patronage of JC continued support ur yo very much for ,

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The Recreation Division develops and provides quality programs for all ages and interests. Departments include 50 Plus & Fine Arts, Aquatics, Children’s Services, Sports & Facilities, Registration, and Wellness. The division manages The Theatre in the Park, Mid-America and Mid-America West sports complexes, Mildale Farm, New Century Fieldhouse, Roeland Park Aquatic Center, Roeland Park Community Center, Roeland Park Sports Dome, Mill Creek Activity Center, Heritage Park Football Complex, Heritage Soccer Park, Heritage Park Softball Complex, and the beaches and marinas at Shawnee Mission and Kill Creek parks. Programs are offered at these and numerous other locations throughout the county.

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Regular Employees: 100

Seasonal Employees: 1,242

New Fitness Park Opens at Heritage Park

Sports Complexes Host Major Tournaments

Providing gym-quality fitness equipment for public use in an outdoor setting is the goal of a Fitness Park which opened in early 2015 in Heritage Park. Longtime special events sponsor Olathe Medical Center donated funds for the facility, and a formal ribbon cutting took place in June. The Fitness Park is made up of weatherresistant equipment which works a variety of muscle groups. Each piece of equipment has a display that describes what muscle group the user will be working and how to safely complete the exercise. The Fitness Park is located north of the Heritage Park Marina parking lot overlooking the east side of the lake and is close to amenities including restrooms, shelter #1, and a playground. The Fitness Park is open during regular park hours and allows patrons a no-cost option to begin, maintain, or add variety to their personal wellness efforts.

The Mid-America and Mid-America West sports complexes hosted a number of baseball and softball tournaments during 2015. Among these were: Hawaiian Hit Fest baseball tournament for boys 8-18, which is the largest youth baseball tournament in the US, and drew more than 600 teams; the girls 16/18 fast pitch World Tournament, one of five world tournaments in the US; the Top Gun girls 14/16/18 fast pitch tournament, which is ranked eighth best tournament in the nation; and five state tournaments for boys and girls 10 to 18, including two boys baseball and three girls fast pitch tourneys. While spring rains hit 14 out of the first 16 weekends last year, only one weekend’s play was cancelled due to inclement weather. Officials credited this to an efficient operation that allows six to eight staff to prepare 22 fields for play in just two to four hours using soil conditioner.


Recreation Employee of the Year

Division Highlights A new holistic wellness program for ages three to 18 called JCPRD U was launched. This program lets participants earn achievement badges in five wellness dimensions in order to advance through the program and earn rewards.

Stephanie Cunningham 50 Plus Recreation Assistant With JCPRD since November 2011, Stephanie has stepped up to help her department in big ways. She took over her department’s fairly new Constant Contact marketing campaign. She sat with the department specialists, learned the ropes, and took it over with ease. Bi-monthly she works with others in the department to collect newsletter ideas and creates the next issue of 50 Plus @JCPRD e-newsletter. She continues to listen to suggestions and makes changes to the publication to keep improving its reach and effectiveness.

Design work for the transformation of the former King Louie building into the Johnson County Arts and Heritage Center was completed. When it opens in mid-2017, the facility will be managed by JCPRD and house the Johnson County Museum, with space for fine arts, dance, an indoor home for The Theatre in the Park, and rentable event space. The Kansas City Blazers Swim Team had nine US Scholastic All Americans - the highest they’ve ever had - and broke two long-standing Blazers records. At State Championships, Kansas Kips Gymnastics Team brought home three state all-around championships and one third place honor. In individual events, they earned six first-place championships, five second-place, and five third-place awards. 50 Plus hosted its second Regional Pickleball Tournament at New Century Fieldhouse, which brought in participants from seven states. Out of School Time programs advanced healthy eating and physical activity initiatives by enrolling nine JCPRD program sites in the intensive Alliance for a Healthier Generation HOST (Healthy Out of School Time) year-long training program.

“Natureplay Preschool, and most importantly the director and staff, are more than AMAZING. I don’t have enough words to say ‘thank you’ for everything they have done for my son.” Lizbeth, Shawnee

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SAFETY & OUTDOOR EDUCATION DIVISION The Safety & Outdoor Education Division provides effective community-centered public safety, resource protection, visitor services, and cultural and environmental education. It includes the Park Police and Outdoor Education departments and operates Shawnee Mission Park’s John Barkley Visitor Center, Ernie Miller Nature Center, and TimberRidge Adventure Center.

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Regular Employees: 29

Seasonal Employees: 49

Park Police Have Zero Turn Over

Nature Center Marks 30 Years

The JCPRD Park Police Department had a zero percent attrition rate in 2015, an almost unheard of feat for a police organization. None of the department’s 21 regular officers left the agency during the year. Police work tends to have higher turnover because many departments have 24/7 operations and scheduling can become an issue, but the department has developed hiring practices which help fit new hires to the agency’s unique needs. In addition to law enforcement duties, JCPRD officers present outdoor education programs on nature and history. So the department’s hiring efforts focus on identifying people who thrive on both aspects of the job. On a recent survey, 94 percent of park police employees gave a favorable rating to the statement “I think of my work as more than just a job.” In all, JCPRD officers handled 15,696 calls for service in 2015.

For three decades, the Ernie Miller Nature Center has been connecting people with nature, and it commemorated this accomplishment in late 2015 with a 30th Birthday Celebration. The Nov. 21 event included birthday cake, storytelling, animal presentations, craft activities, and guided walks. Phase I of the nature center’s construction was completed in 1985 and involved about 2,000 square feet, including a multi-purpose room, an office, a kitchen and nature displays. This was followed by Phase II in 1992, which added 3,200 square feet, including lab space for program animals, and a lobby, gift shop, and reception area. Phase III was completed in 2004 and added 5,806 square feet, including a large classroom, wildlife viewing room, a 500-gallon aquarium, and exhibit space. Programming at the nature center is presented by park naturalists and park police officers and includes a wide variety of programs for various ages.


Safety & Outdoor Education Employee of the Year

Division Highlights Together naturalists and park police officers presented 1,243 programs to just under 50,000 participants of all ages. The Scouts Wildlife Adventure returned to Ernie Miller Nature Center in early October. Initiated in 2014, this special event lets local Cub Scouts and Webelos learn about nature while pursuing badges or electives.

Chris Pennington Park Police Sergeant With JCPRD since May 2000, Sergeant Pennington ensures that staff are complying with applicable laws and department policy. More importantly he is there to assist the officers on his shift in whatever capacity is needed so they can carry out the very important duty of keeping park visitors safe. Officers also will run scenarios by Chris to continue their education, due to his experience and wealth of information. When officers work a shift with him they feel part of a team.

The division initiated the first set in a series of educational animal trading cards, which are dispersed by park police officers and park naturalists. The popular cards are an effort to get young people to interact with park police officers. The division received a Special Program Award from the Kansas Recreation and Park Association’s Park and Natural Resources Branch for the Kansas Symbols program at Ernie Miller Nature Center. The annual event celebrates the state’s birthday by introducing first through third grade students to Kansas symbols.

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“Our entire troop loved the fall hayride through the park. We saw deer, various birds, and what we think were two very healthy muskrats playing by the shore.” Bill, Olathe

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PARKS & GOLF COURSES DIVISION The Parks & Golf Courses Division is responsible for the maintenance, resource management, and operation of JCPRD’s developed parks - Antioch Park, Blue River Streamway Park, Camp Branch Glade, Ernie Miller Park, Heritage Park, Kill Creek Park, Kill Creek Streamway Park, Mill Creek Streamway Park, Shawnee Mission Park, Stillwell Community Park, Sunflower Nature Park, and Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park. The division also maintains Mildale Farm and manages the Heritage Park and Tomahawk Hills golf courses and a nursery operation.

Regular Employees: 50

Two New Parks Dedicated JCPRD was pleased to dedicate two new parks in southeast Johnson County during 2015. Camp Branch Glade, which opened in November 2014, was formally dedicated during a ceremony on National Trails Day in early June. This minimally developed 58-acre park features a unique ecosystem and a 1.5 mile hiking and equestrian trail with three different loops. This property was acquired in 2012 through a real estate exchange with the Blue Valley School District for the former 40-acre Stanley Nature Park. Stilwell Community Park opened in late June with a “Party in the Park” organized by the Stilwell Community Organization (SCO). Amenities of this 55-acre park include a one-mile asphalt trail loop, a 60-space asphalt parking lot, picnic tables, and grills. Officials with the SCO are fundraising for additional amenities, including a gazebo, picnic shelter, and playground.

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Seasonal Employees: 114

Major Land Donations Received The district received a major land donation from the Arthur and Betty Verhaeghe family of Overland Park. The 42-acre tract is located at approximately 167th Street and Quivira Road, and is adjacent to an additional 161 acres already acquired by JCPRD between Heritage Park and 69 Highway. The Verhaeghe property, valued at $400,000, is slated to become a primary access point for the initial 3.5 miles of the Coffee Creek Streamway Trail once it’s completed. Also in 2015, the district received a separate land donation of 43 acres located near 167th and Nall. This acquisition secures district title for land on which a portion of the Blue River Streamway Trail was previously constructed using easements. This donation fulfills a 1999 agreement entered by JCPRD with the Johnson County Wetland Mitigation Bank LLC. This transaction follows the sale of all wetland credits on the site.


Parks & Golf Courses Employee of the Year

Kelly Loomis HP Park Worker II With JCPRD since August 2010, Kelly brings daily energy and humor to the work site. She’s the chairperson for the district’s steering committee and a member of the Wellness Committee and is always working to better herself and learn more. She recently passed the chemical applicators test and the Playground Certified Playground Safety Inspector. Outside of work, Kelly completed the Johnson County Master Naturalist training program. This program provided training in Kansas Natural Resource concepts and volunteer hours that benefit the community.

Division Highlights In September, Burroughs Audubon and a consortium of partners including JCPRD received word of receiving grant funding to restore or improve monarch butterfly habitat in the Kansas City Area. JCPRD’s portion of this effort will involve planting 100 acres of prairie plants along the Gary L. Haller Trail in the Mill Creek Streamway Park. A number of improvements were completed at Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park including the construction of a new parking lot to serve the park’s off-leash dog area, a new playground, renovated trails, a road overlay, and an accessible fishing pier. Shawnee Mission Park Manager Kelby Hellwig was elected president of the Kansas Park and Recreation Association. A new 18-hole Disc Golf Course was constructed and opened in Heritage Park. More than $300,000 in building repairs and roof replacements were completed in 2015, as well as $150,000 in site repairs, $218,000 in trail and pavement renovations, and $691,000 in road and parking asphalt overlays.

“The absolute best bonding time I have shared with my son (ever) was on the Tomahawk Hills Golf Course. I look forward to many more years of this.” Gary, Shawnee

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ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIVISION The Administrative Services Division is responsible for the overall business operations and providing internal and external support services for the district. It includes the Administration, Community Relations, Finance, Human Resources, Information Technology Services, and Planning and Development departments.

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Regular Employees: 26

Seasonal Employees: 4

JCPRD Celebrates Six Decades

Legacy Plan Approved

Throughout 2015, JCPRD celebrated six decades of preserving greenspace, providing fun, and making a healthy difference in the lives of area residents with a variety of events, culminating in a 60th Anniversary Celebration on Sept. 20 at The Theatre in the Park in Shawnee Mission Park. It was a day filled with free family-friendly activities and entertainment that was enjoyed by thousands. The creation of JCPRD stems from Feb. 7, 1955, when the Johnson County Board of County Commissioners appointed the first park board. Created as a special park district and initially established as the Shawnee Mission Park District, the agency’s name changed to the Johnson County Park & Recreation District in 1967 to reflect a county-wide mission to enhance the quality of life in the community by providing high-quality parks, services, and recreation programs. JCPRD remains the only special park district in Kansas.

JCPRD completed a system-wide strategic planning process in 2015 with the Board of Park and Recreation Commissioners’ approval of the district’s new Legacy Plan. The Legacy Plan provides the district’s board and staff with a comprehensive framework for managing Johnson County’s open space and recreational resources through the year 2030. Among the legacy elements that form the foundation of the plan are: strategies for investing in and strengthening the district’s aging infrastructure; for expanding the county’s parks and trails system; for protecting natural resource areas; and for increasing recreational programs and services. The framework identified in the plan will serve JCPRD, its partners, and county residents as a flexible organization of relevant, actionable, and routinely evaluated strategies. Preparation of the Legacy Plan, which succeeds JCPRD’s MAP 2020 adopted in 2001, required more than a year and involved multiple opportunities for input from stakeholder groups and the public.


Administrative Services Employee of the Year

Lory Rodak Graphic Design Coordinator With JCPRD since September 1996, Lory managed to make substantial and very positive impacts on three very significant projects: the creation of a look and feel for our 60th Anniversary, the re-branding of JCPRD, and the re-design of our summer camp guide. All three of these projects, under the best of circumstances, would have been deserving of her undivided attention and effort, but were completed in the midst of juggling the usual volume of last minute, got-to-have-it, departmental requests for her creative services.

Division Highlights A master plan for the future Meadowbrook Park and agreements with the city of Prairie Village and VanTrust Real Estate to create an 80-acre park on a portion of the former Meadowbrook Golf & Country Club were completed and approved in preparation for the start of development of the park in the second quarter of 2016. The Trust for Public Land completed an economic benefits study that reported JCPRD’s parks, trails, facilities, and programs contribute nearly $100 million annually to the regional economy. The report credited the district with contributing to enhanced property values, reduced stormwater and air pollutants, increased tourism, direct use benefits, and healthcare savings. Master planning got under way late in 2015 for the future Big Bull Creek Park. The 1,900+ acre future park site, which will become JCPRD’s fourth regional park, is located in southeast Johnson County. Phased development of the park is tentatively scheduled to begin in 2017. Construction began on an expansion of the JCPRD Administration Building near the Renner Road entrance of Shawnee Mission Park. The expanded building will house new offices for park police and parks and golf courses administration. The building was completed in mid-2016.

“I grew up in the city, where wildlife was just something we saw on TV. After moving to Kansas, a friend drug me out to Kill Creek Park, where I experienced a world of beauty and serenity that has me hooked on nature forever!” Sybil, Prairie Village

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PARKS & ACREAGE

2015 VISITATIONS

Antioch Park............................................................................ 43.48 Big Bull Creek (Future Addition).................................1,925.27 Blue River Streamway Park................................................23.33 Camp Branch Creek Streamway (Future Addition)..............28.36 Camp Branch Glade..............................................................57.34 Camp Branch Park (Future Addition)......................... 236.08 Cedar-Niles (Future Addition)...................................... 955.59 Coffee Creek Streamway (Future Addition)............202.10 Ernie Miller Park......................................................................116.18 Heritage Park......................................................................1,238.50 Kill Creek Park.......................................................................907.74 Kill Creek Streamway Park...............................................323.96 Little Cedar Creek Streamway Park.................................2.93 Martin Creek Park (Edgerton)........................................... 19.65 Mid-America Sports Complex....................................... 86.66 Mid-America West Sports Complex............................. 62.13 Mildale Farm.............................................................................22.01 Mill Creek Activity Center.................................................. 2.40 Mill Creek Streamway Park..............................................613.26 Neale Peterson Park (Fairway)........................................... 0.25 New Century Fieldhouse.....................................................9.82 Nursery/Streamway Maintenance................................20.29 Prairie Park (Prairie Village).................................................. 0.24 Rieke Lake (Future Park).................................................... 465.18 Roeland Park Aquatic Center.............................................3.44 Shawnee Mission Park.................................................... 1,591.36 Shawnee Mission Park (Future Addition)..................164.55 South Hedge Lane (Future Addition)...........................60.75 Stillwell Community.............................................................54.01 Sunflower (Early Transfer)................................................132.92 Sunflower Nature Park.........................................................57.16 Swarner Park (Shawnee)....................................................... 2.67 Thomas S. Stoll Memorial Park.......................................78.96 Tomahawk Hills Golf Course..........................................259.01 Waterfall Park (Merriam).......................................................4.32

Antioch Park........................................................... 957,510 Camp Branch Glade..............................................24,336 Ernie Miller Park.....................................................118,406 Heritage Park.......................................................2,219,027 Heritage Park Golf Course...............................152,805 Kill Creek Park......................................................... 219,199 Mildale Farm.............................................................53,236 Shawnee Mission Park.....................................1,893,104 Stoll Memorial Park........................................... 685,956 Streamway Park System................................... 324,739 Stilwell Community Park....................................16,409 Sunflower Nature Park........................................50,016 Tomahawk Hills Golf Course...........................99,994

GRAND TOTAL......................................................... 9,771.89

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TOTAL VISITATIONS................................ 7,060,737.


2015 PARTICIPATIONS Mid-America Sports Complex...............................................................101,655 Mid-America West Sports Complex................................................. 166,900 New Century Fieldhouse.........................................................................127,429 Mill Creek Activity Center............................................................................9,123 Heritage Park Softball Fields ..................................................................23,429 Roeland Park Community Center..........................................................15,495 Roeland Park Dome.................................................................................... 36,248 Aquatics................................................................................................................ 1,424 Roeland Park Aquatic Center................................................................. 38,838 Kansas City Blazers....................................................................................... 111,405 Preschools, After School Care & Day Camps............................... 427,229 Kansas City Corporate Challenge.........................................................58,486 T.A.K.E. Self Defense......................................................................................3,346 Performing & Fine Arts.................................................................................. 9,521 50 Plus Centers, Programs & Travel...................................................... 58,076 Heritage Park Golf Course (Rounds)....................................................33,657 Tomahawk Hills Golf Course (Rounds)................................................. 21,910 Environmental & Cultural Education................................................... 38,567 Instructional Outdoor Skills.......................................................................... 740 Outdoor Education Special Events....................................................... 6,089 TimberRidge Adventure Center..............................................................10,033 Mildale Farm Events..................................................................................... 12,588 Wellness Events and Programs..................................................................7,537 The Theatre in the Park............................................................................. 43,206 Special Populations........................................................................................3,802 Special Olympics - “The Rangers”...........................................................2,795 Instructional Sports........................................................................................1,638 Gymnastics....................................................................................................... 13,473 Heritage Park Football................................................................................29,565 Heritage Park Soccer................................................................................. 154,470 Youth Soccer...................................................................................................15,792 Program Spectators..................................................................................1,151,549 Program Volunteers..................................................................................... 30,661 Beaches and Marinas....................................................................................37,373 TOTAL PARTICIPATIONS.......................................................... 2,804,049

“My dogs and I love visiting canine parks. The area in Shawnee Mission Park is by far the biggest and best we’ve been to. We especially love the beach area and wooded trails. Fantastic!” Robert, Mission

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2015 FINANCIAL REPORTS The Johnson County Park & Recreation District, through its commitment to public accountability, presents this annual report to inform the citizens of Johnson County of revenue receipts and expenditure disbursements, as well as the district’s bonded indebtedness status. During 2015, the district maintained its tradition of sound financial stability within its operational budget and policy of tax support for the General Fund. The fund includes administration, parks, park safety, planning and development, The Theatre in the Park, and special services for senior adults and disabled persons. No level or agency of government can provide facilities or services without adequate financing for these elements. The district takes pride in the fact that a large portion of its annual budget is financed by sources of revenue other than tax dollars. Recreational, educational, and interpretive programs are operated within the Enterprise Fund. The Enterprise Fund maintains a fee-support philosophy in which direct program costs are absorbed by user fees paid by the participants who benefit from the program quality and value, rather than by the general taxpayer. Participant fees have also served to expand recreational facilities, providing the funding source needed to retire revenue bond financing. In 2015, the District issued $2,490,000 in certificates of participation (COP’s) to construct a new park police building in Shawnee Mission Park.

General Fund Revenues Ad Valorem/Other Taxes $15,809,881 82.17% Charges for Services $680,744 3.54% Interest Income $8,904 0.05% Intergovernmental 0.05% $10,376 Licenses and Permits $159,366 0.83% Miscellaneous $5,393 0.03% Other Financing Sources (Uses) (Transfers) $2,565,320 13.33% $19,239,984

Recreation Program Fees 99.15% $15,341,646 Investment Earnings (not reflected on pie chart)

$295 0.00% Intergovernmental $104,503 0.68% Contributions $27,013 0.17%

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Salaries & Wages $5,712,216 27.74% Contractual Services $2,133,949 10.36% Commodities $1,013,563 4.92% Capital Outlay 6.73% $1,385,976 Debt Service $4,251,779 20.65% Transfers $6,095,869 29.60% $20,593,352 100.00%

100.00%

Enterprise Fund Revenues

$15,473,457

General Fund Expenses

100.00%

Enterprise Fund Expenses Salaries & Wages 56.52% $8,506,438 Contractual Services $3,942,775 26.19% Commodities $1,981,198 13.16% Depreciation $385,509 2.56% Amortization 0.06% $8,546 Non-operating expense $54,590 0.36% Transfers $173,752 1.15% $15,052,808 100.00%


Employee Benefits Fund Revenues Ad Valorem/Other Taxes $4,756,413 95.88% Charges for Services $207,143 4.18% Intergovernmental $1,842 0.04% Interest Income

Employee Benefits Fund Expenses Contractual Services $5,076,023 99.63% Commodities $18,714 0.37% $5,094,737 100.00%

(not reflected on pie chart)

(7,819) -0.16% Miscellaneous $3,075 0.06% $4,960,654

100.00%

Bonded Indebtedness 2015 Bonded Indebtedness

Date Maturity Issued

Original Amount

Outstanding 1/1/2015

Principal Payments

Interest Payments

Outstanding 12/31/2015

General Obligation Bonds 2010A Refunding Bonds 2/1/2010 9/1/2019 $3,625,000

$2,315,000

$365,000

$70,950

$1,595,000

Revenue Bonds 2010B Refunding Lease Revenue 2/1/2010 12/1/2018 $3,310,000

$1,785,000 $360,000

$49,900

$1,070,000

$2,095,000 $340,000 $3,645,000 $170,000 $10,570,000 $1,050,000 $15,670,000 $1,365,000 -

$67,200 $126,369 $377,125 $682,919 -

$1,425,000 $3,310,000 $8,500,000 $13,020,000 $2,490,000

$36,080,000 $3,650,000

$1,374,463

$31,410,000

Certificates of Participation 2010 Series C 2/1/2010 9/1/2018 $3,280,000 2010 Series D 11/1/2010 9/1/2030 $4,145,000 2011 Series A 8/15/2011 9/1/2022 $12,475,000 2013 Series A 9/15/2013 9/1/2023 $15,670,000 2015 Series A 7/8/2015 9/1/2035 $2,490,000 Totals $44,995,000

2015 County Property Tax Distribution Johnson County Park & Recreation District received less than two percent JCPRD State $12,124,706 1.20% County $143,586,679 14.28% Library $21,227,920 2.11% JCPRD $18,987,002 1.89% Cities & Townships $163,784,207 16.29%

USD $506,273,915 50.36% Community College $76,473,674 7.61% Special Districts $20,638,217 2.05% Special Assessments $42,299,856 4.21% $1,005,396,176

100.00%

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2015 Johnson County Parks & Recreation District (JCPRD) Annual Report  

2015 Johnson County Parks & Recreation District (JCPRD) Annual Report

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