Percentage change in annual total number of volunteer hours logged
2% increase over 2 years
Analysis of Performance*
External factors, such as severe weather or event cancellations, could result in reduced logged hours over previous years.
The percentage change in the annual total number of volunteer hours logged. Logged volunteer hours are actual hours volunteered and recorded by the Parks Recreation & Neighborhoods department Volunteer Coordinator on the day of the event.
Changes in this measure indicate how effective the Parks Recreation & Neighborhoods department
Volunteer Coordinator is at getting volunteers to our events.
Secondly, this measures the level of engagement by citizens toward City sponsored events and causes; it also functions as an secondary indicator of how well we market these events.
Impact on Performance*
A steady supply of volunteer hours has a substantial effect on the success of City sponsored events. A increase in volunteer hours indicates that we are reaching our citizens with events and causes that are of interest to them. Lastly, this measures functions as a secondary indicator of how well we market these events.
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