Budget and Finances
- 2013 Budget
- About the 2013 Budget
- 2013 Strategic Considerations
- Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Employees Approved in the Budget
- Park User Fees
- Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
- Moody's General Obligation Bond Rating
The East Bay Regional Park District's 2013 budget from all funds totals $171.3 million and is balanced. Approximately 84% of revenue is generated from property taxes and assessments levied in both Alameda and Contra Costa Counties. The District’largest expenditure category is for personnel costs, at 52.7%. You can view the entire budget by downloading the Acrobat PDF documents, above.
• Expand youth and cultural diversity outreach
• Continue our successful, conservative fiscal approach
• Utilize 2012 Promissory Note proceeds and the new Major Infrastructure Renovation and Replacement Fund resources
• Provide new facilities and other public access needs through careful planning and use of Measures WW and CC funds
Full Time Equivalent (FTE) Employees Approved in the Budget
• Permanent FTE: 641.2
• Seasonal or Temporary: 86.5
Prior Year Budget
- 2012 - Adopted Operating Budget (9.5 MB)
- 2012 - Adopted Projects Budget (7.9 MB)
- 2012 - Budget Brief (911 KB)
Park User Fees
Park user fees and leases fund 11 percent of EBRPD's budget. Fees are reviewed and approved by the Board of Directors annually. Typical fees charged include, but are not limited to, parking, swimming, camping, fishing, boat launching, reservable picnic areas, and recreational programs.
- 2014 - Consolidated Fee Schedule (375 KB)
The CAFR contains detailed financial reports, financial and non-financial data and statistics about the District and its operations.
- 2012 - Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (4 MB, 158 pp.)
- 2011 - Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (5.1 MB, 148 pp.)
- 2010 - Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (1.5 MB, 157 pp.)
- 2009 - Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (4 MB, 151 pp.)
Moody's Investors Service has assigned an Aaa rating to the East Bay Regional Park District's general obligation bonds. Download a PDF of the Rating Action report...