See Facilities Created or Improved and Educational & Interpretive Programs Produced PM Info Sheets for additional relevant definitions for this PM.
Served – Having used a facility, participated in an educational or interpretive program, or received technical assistance. The number of people served is calculated using one of the following methodologies:
Nonreportable Vehicles - The entry into a facility by agency employees, their families, concessioner employees, members of cooperating associations, agency contractors, and service personnel are subtracted from the daily vehicle counts (National Park Service Definition).
Technical Assistance – EIP partners provide technical assistance to property owners, businesses and local agencies in developing and implementing EIP projects. Technical Assistance programs provide highly skilled staff support and education to the general public on defensible space, water quality best management practices and invasive species projects.
|Accounting Period and Scale|
Information on people served should be compiled during the year and entered into the EIP Database by the implementing entity’s reporting manager by December 31st of that year. EIP managers will start compiling reported data in October and will continue through December each year. Any information reported after December 31st will not be included in that year’s reporting totals.
Daily traffic counts should be multiplied by the appropriate constant multipliers, such as persons-per-vehicle (PPV), for each facility (see agency guidance below). The number of people served by educational and interpretive programs, or technical assistance programs, is calculated using sign-in sheets or other accepted participation counts, such as number of tickets sold, to record the number of participants at each event. For example, CA Parks interpretation presenters or tour guides count the number of participants at each event. Similarly, facility use can be calculated through user tracking. See specific agency guidance for visitor use multipliers and procedural information for the different facilities and programs in the Tahoe Basin, including:
|Project Reporting Guidance not yet defined|
|Primary Service Type||
Education or Interpretation Program, Facility Use, Program Participation, Technical Assistance
|EIP Program||Is Primary EIP Program|
|04.01 - Recreation|
No EIP context data provided.