Agency Plans & Partnerships
MISSION, VISION & VALUES
Good parks, open space and program services contribute to the community economically, environmentally, socially and culturally.
|STRATEGIC PARKS & PROGRAM SERVICES PLAN|
The road map for Tacoma's future parks and recreation programs . . . Green Vision 2030 provides an interim update of the 2006 strategic plan by taking into account new trends, needs and demographics.
View Strategic Plan Interim Update
View Technical Appendix
View Executive Summary
View Workforce Management Plan (related to Strategic Plan Goal 4.1: focusing on training and development and succession planning)
|2013-2018 STRATEGIC ACTION PLAN |
The three bienna shorter-term 6-Year Strategic Action Plan (created in 2012 for 2013-2018) is an extract from the 20-yr strategic master plan that prioritizes initiatives and resource allocations to achieve near term operational goals; more importantly, tangible outcomes that demonstrate tot he community our intention to fulfill their interests and needs.
• 2013-2018 Strategic Action Plan
|MISSION LED COMPREHENSIVE PLAN|
Everything Metro Parks Tacoma does provides both a non‐programmed and programmed level of service to meet the three Mission‐Led Program Areas through outreach that promotes inclusion and diversity.
View Mission Led Comprehensive Plan
View Executive Summary
|ADA TRANSITION PLAN 2013-2014|
Over 70 of our facilities have transition plans that Metro Parks Tacoma has been actively working to resolve through capital bond improvements and maintenance work orders. Most of the work was scheduled for completion by the end of 2012 using 2005 bond funding, however additional capital funding for all improvements is yet to be identified.
Funding for Metro Parks Tacoma services comes from a combination of earned revenue, property tax, sales tax, money from the City of Tacoma and grants.
View 2015-16 Budget & Bond Update
View Biennial Budget 2013-2014
View Comprehensive Annual Financial Report 2013
View 2005 Bond Project Summary
Monitor, develop and support mutual legislative priorities that support, advance and protect MPT programs, services and sustainability.
MPT relies on partnerships with other public or government agencies, community and nonprofit organizations, and private corporations to achieve its vision, mission and goals.