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Parks Levy Oversite Committee

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The Parks Levy Oversight Committee (PLOC) is composed of five members, selected from an open public applicant pool, appointed by the PP&R Director. The PLOC reviews program implementation, advises on transparency and communication strategies, and counsels on an independent audit process.

The Parks Levy Oversite Committee will:

  • Review information to verify general compliance with and progress towards the purposes of the Parks Local Option Levy (Parks Levy),
  • Advise on transparency and communication strategies, and 
  • Counsel on an independent audit process and annual report. 

They report annually to City Council and our community regarding adherence to Parks Levy language, fiscal accountability, and transparency.

The committee is composed of five community members selected from an open public applicant pool and appointed by the PP&R Director to serve two-year terms. Members meet quarterly and review information produced by PP&R staff. Members of the public are always welcome to attend Parks Levy Oversight Committee meetings.

Parks Levy Oversite Committee members

  • Alescia Blakely
  • Judy Bluehorse Skelton
  • Maria Velez
  • Paul Agrimis
  • Silas Sanderson

Parks Levy Oversight Committee Meeting Notes


Parks Levy Oversight Committee Annual Reports

The first Parks Levy Oversight Committee annual report will be shared in summer 2022, approximately one year after the committee was created.