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Parking

Mission

To deliver parking products and services geared to the needs of all patrons, while operating an efficient business

plan and maintaining valuable City assets.

Department Overview

ParkLink, the City of Raleigh parking enterprise, administers both the on-street and off-street parking programs.

Off-street parking is provided in eight parking decks and six surface lots in the downtown area. The on-street

program manages street parking spaces including enforcement, fine collection, meter maintenance and residential

permit parking.

Additional information regarding ParkLink may be obtained by contacting Gordon Dash, Parking Administrator, at

(919) 996-4041 or via email at

Gordon.Dash@raleighnc.gov .

Budget Highlights

One Transportation Analyst is included to respond to increased customer service needs from downtown

businesses, development projects and adjacent neighborhoods ($45,000). The position will expand

capacity to complete requested research and field assessments for parking related issues.

Initial funding for replacement of the Parking Access and Revenue Control System (PARCS) is included

($500,000). This upgrade will modernize the gating systems in parking decks, providing enhanced

customer service and reduced operational costs. The project should be completed by summer 2017.

The following off-street parking rates are increased:

o

Increased monthly reserve rates from $153 to $160 per month in the Municipal, Wilmington Street,

Moore Square, Cabarrus and Blount Street Decks.

o

Increased monthly reserve rates from $167 to $173 per month in the City Center and Convention

Center Decks.

Budget Detail

ACTUALS

ACTUALS

ADOPTED

ADOPTED

CHANGE

EMPLOYEES

2013-14

2014-15

2015-16

2016-17

FY16 to FY17

Parking

35

38

38

39

1

TOTAL

35

38

38

39

1

DIRECT EXPENDITURES BY TYPE

Personnel

1,238,727

1,292,638

1,455,291

1,598,882

9.9%

Employee Benefits

443,327

510,994

558,204

624,223

11.8%

Operating Expenditures

3,550,319

3,404,498

6,386,440

5,599,334

(12.3%)

Special Programs and Projects

96,490

160,884

180,635

183,541

1.6%

Capital Equipment

3,823

0

1,500

11,500

666.7%

Interfund Transfers

6,942,788

8,932,818

9,267,545

8,149,716

(12.1%)

TOTAL

$12,275,474

$14,301,832

$17,849,615

$16,167,197

(9.4%)

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