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Citygate AudModTM (Audio Module) CITY OF SAN JUAN BAUTISTA, CA High-Level Organizational, Financial, and Public Safety Review The City of San Juan Bautista was the first agency Citygate proposed the AudModTM concept...

Work Samples for Arcata Fire Protection District

Sample Reports for APFD Citygate’s Fire & Emergency Medical Services Please be patient when downloading reports as the document size and internet speed will dictate download time. Cy-Fair, TX...

Sample Reports for the City of Redwood City

Strategic Planning Document Samples Sample Reports for the City of Redwood City Please browse below to view several of Citygate’s report samples and learn why public sector leaders repeatedly...

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Contra Costa County, CA
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Scope of work: A compensation study related to Contra Costa County’s Chief of Labor Relations and Labor Relations Analyst II classifications. Citygate will assess relevant County documents, including any prior Labor Relations studies available, as part of its review of the position scope and salary in comparable agencies, with recognition of any differences in the scope and complexity of the position. Citygate will also provide salary recommendations for the positions based on the median level of comparable agencies, with recommendations related to the number of pay steps for each classification.
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Contra Costa County, CA
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Scope of work: Assessment, development, and design of an Animal Services Strategic Plan for Contra Costa County. This new plan includes an evaluation of the accomplishments of the Animal Services Department since the implementation of the 2018 strategic plan, and will contain clear prioritized goals, objectives, and metrics to measure progress. The scope of work will also include surveys of internal and external stakeholders throughout the community. As part of this engagement, Citygate will include an implementation action plan, and will provide on-site training and strategic meetings to ensure successful implementation of the plan.
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City of San Juan Bautista, CA
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Scope of work: A strategic planning and facilitation session for the City of San Juan Bautista, including a high-level organizational review to identify current issues and develop recommendations for workload management. After conducting varied stakeholder interviews and community and employee surveys, Citygate assisted in a Citywide update to establish vision and mission statements and identified key strategic goals and core priorities alongside developing new processes to monitor progress and update the Strategic Plan.
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Los Angeles County, CA
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Scope of work: An Independent Review of the Metro Transit Security Public Safety Department Feasibility Study. Citygate will conduct a comprehensive and objective analysis of the cost estimates used in a prior study for LACMTA to establish its own police service, ensure the estimates are consistent with industry standards and benchmarks, and identify any discrepancies or inefficiencies in the current cost estimates and level of service model. Citygate’s Work Plan will include review of the prior study’s cost documentation and methodologies; interviews with key study and Metro personnel involved in the cost estimation process; specific review of written concerns raised by Law Enforcement stakeholders; a summary of key findings regarding cost estimate accuracy, listing identified discrepancies; benchmarking of the first study’s cost estimates against industry standards, California police regulations, and best practices; and a summary of key findings regarding cost estimate accuracy, listing identified discrepancies.
Client:
City of Eden Prairie, MN
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Scope of work: A thorough review and analysis of service and staffing options for the Eden Prairie Fire Department. Citygate’s analysis will determine whether there are more effective, efficient, and improved deployment models for service delivery—consistent with state of Minnesota and national best practices—and will include a review and recommendation for fire service coverage for the City. As part of this thorough review, and in developing a Master Plan to guide the City going forward, Citygate will detail the pros and cons of each SOC model, the pros and cons of each staffing model identified, provide a detailed cost analysis of each SOC and staffing model identified, and will provide options for funding the cost of each model presented. Citygate will address the specific context and challenges that fire departments in Minnesota and much of the country face as a result of the changing fire, EMS, and demographic fact patterns, and will explore the potential staffing model changes required as a result of these changes.
Client:
City of Costa Mesa, CA
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A Standards of Coverage Assessment for the City of Costa Mesa, California. Citygate’s assessment includes a full deployment study and an analysis of response time and service capacity coverage for the One Metro West project application in northwest Costa Mesa for inclusion into the project environmental impact report.
Client:
Central Marin Fire Authority, CA
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Scope of work: A Fire Services Master Plan study for the Central Marin Fire Department. Citygate will evaluate and formulate recommendations for appropriate staffing and deployment of firefighting, emergency medical service, and specialized resources consistent with state and national best practices and generally conforming with recommendations of the Center for Public Safety Excellence (CPSE). The study is also intended to (1) include analysis and recommendations for the location of fire stations to minimize emergency incident response time, and (2) incorporate relevant data analysis and benchmarking to national standards as well as Department-established performance goals.
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Southern Marin Fire Protection District, CA
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Scope of work: An update to Citygate's prior Standards of Cover study the Southern Marin Fire Protection District, including reviews of the District’s current headquarters management services program staffing, capital assets plans, facilities adequacy, future demand for services, and future delivery system models. Together, these components will culminate in a Fire Services Master Plan from which to manage immediate and longer-term fire service programs in the District. The Master Plan includes full assessments of headquarters services and facilities.

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