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posted February 26, 2009

We are experimenting with presentation groupings of City programs that we hope will make the information a little easier to grasp. At over 50,602 approved full time equivalent staff positions, the city is pretty big and complex. These are staff numbers from the 2008 budget. There are 49 programs listed in the 2008 budget, which are presented in the horizontal charts below.

Major categories: General Services, Special Services, and Central Services

We define General Services as city services that are widely deployed, offered routinely to all, and comprise some of the basic practical services that keep the city going. Includes things like transit, parks, libraries, garbage pickup, water, and sewage.

Special Services are more in the nature of supportive interventions, and are directed to specific individuals or groups. Includes things like emergency services, public health, homes for the aged, and bylaw enforcement.

Central services are the centralized services which are mostly there to support the other city services. Includes Corporate services like general planning, accounting, etc.; support for the city's buildings and vehicles; and groups like City Council and the Councillor's offices. Also the impending 311 service.

 

See the source spreadsheet for these graphs.

General Services
 
Roads & Transportation
 
Commons & Recreation
 
Water & Waste
 
Special Services
 
Emergency Services
 
Health & Welfare
 
Custodial Services
 
Licensing & Enforcement
 
Central Services
 
Asset Management
 
Corporate Services
 
Urban Development
 
Public Engagement
 

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