Finance Department

Finance Department

Bend Park and Recreation District is a special district formed in 1974, when it separated from the City of Bend. The district has its own taxing authority, is governed by a five member elected Board of Directors, and is managed by a professional staff.

Budgets:

2016-2017 Adopted Budget (Note: large 2 MB PDF file)

2016-2017 Proposed Budget (Note: large 2 MB PDF file)

2015-2016 Adopted Budget (Note: large 2 MB PDF file)

2015-2016 Proposed Budget (Note: large 2 MB PDF file)

2014-2015 Adopted Budget (Note: large 2 MB PDF file)

2013-2014 Adopted Budget (Note: large 3 MB PDF file)

2012-2013 Adopted Budget (Note: large 2 MB PDF file)

2011-2012 Adopted Budget

2017-18 Budget Committee Members:

  • Thomas Fisher
  • Sarah Olson
  • Brian Thorsness
  • Larry Kimmel
  • Ariel Mendez

2017-18 Budget Committee Meetings:

  • Monday, May 15, 2017: 5:30 p.m. at the District Office Community Room, 799 SW Columbia St.
  • Wednesday, May 17, 2017: 5:30 p.m. at the District Office Community Room, 799 SW Columbia St.

Audited Financial Statements:

Audited Financial Statements

Annual Financial Reports:

2015-16 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report 2014

2012-2013 Annual Report

Functions:

Financial functions are centralized for efficiency and to ensure compliance with legal and professional requirements. Staff provide strategic management of the District’s finances and perform functions necessary to conduct the financial business of the organization.  Financial services include:

  • Budget preparation
  • Financial reporting
  • Financial analysis and forecasting
  • Accounts payable
  • Payroll
  • Cash receipts
  • Treasury management
  • Risk management
  • Requests for Proposals/Qualifications
  • Contracts
  • Purchasing

If you have a request for finance-related information, please feel free to contact:

Amy Crawford
Finance Manager
Amy@bendparksandrec.org
799 SW Columbia Street
Bend, OR  97702
Phone: (541) 706-6140  Fax: (541) 330-1019

Central Oregon economic forecast information can be found at http://oregon.clucerf.org/category/central-oregon-economic-forecast/

Additional community economic information can be found at Economic Development for Central Oregon (EDCO), a private non-profit organization dedicated to diversifying Central Oregon’s regional economy by attracting new investment and jobs.