Recreation Programs - Total Cumulative Participation
- Analysis of Performance
- Metric Definition
- Why Is This Important?
- City Organization Impact on Performance
- Benchmark Information
Analysis of Performance
Participation in Recreation fell below the anticipated goal for the third quarter. Interest and participation has grown in programs and amenities offered at the Senior Center and Northside Aztlan Community Center, however due to a postponement of the opening of the new Foothills Activity Center overall participation is below original projections.
The total number of participants in Recreation programs, events and facility visits.
Why Is This Important?
This metric provides an indication of the diversity and popularity of our Recreation programs. Offering a wide range of popular programs is a hallmark of successful operation.
City Organization Impact on Performance
High - Recreation influences participation by offering a variety of diverse programs that appeal to the community while reflecting the community's demographics. Recreation also influences participation numbers through marketing and community outreach. Recreation directly influences the amount of programs by determinig the recreational needs of the community and developing programs that appeal to the community.
Benchmarking in progress "This metric contains benchmark data for local jurisdictions that provide recreation services similar to those provided by the City. These jurisdictions serve similarly sized populations, with similar local interests, and feature facilities and programs similar to those offered in Fort Collins. Use the above text when we get the data loaded.