City of Fresno  
2600 Fresno Street  
Fresno, CA 93721  
Meeting Agenda - Final  
Monday, August 1, 2022  
5:30 PM  
Regular Meeting  
In Person and/or Electronic  
Parks, Recreation, and Arts Commission  
Chair – Kimberly McCoy  
Vice Chair – Jon Dohlin  
Commissioner – Maiyer Vang  
Commissioner – Dr. Francine Oputa  
Commissioner – Scott Miller  
Commissioner – Mona Nyandoro Cummings  
Commissioner – Harman Singh  
Commissioner – Jose Leon Barraza  
Commissioner – Sarah Parkes  
You can also participate in the meeting on our City’s website click on the URL  
“video” for the corresponding meeting. The Commission meeting can also be viewed  
live at 9:00 A.M. on Comcast Channel 96 and AT&T Channel 99.  
The City Council Chambers are open for public participation. However, members of  
the public are encouraged to participate electronically because of reduced capacity  
of seating in the Chambers to allow for social distancing, and masks will be required  
for the vaccinated and unvaccinated.  
PUBLIC COMMENT: The following options are available for members of the public  
who want to address the Commission:  
a) eComments is a tool for citizens to use to make comments on agenda items. It will  
be open during the Commission meeting and closed at the end of the meeting and  
will be a part of the official record. The User Agreement and Procedures document  
b) eComments will be a maximum of 450 words.  
2. You are invited to a Zoom webinar.  
When: August 1, 2022, 5:30 P.M. Pacific Time (US and Canada)  
Topic: August 1, 2022, Regular Meeting  
a) To participate in the Commission meeting, register in advance for this webinar:  
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about  
joining the webinar.  
b) If you do not wish for your name to appear on the screen, then use the drop  
down menu and click on “rename” to rename yourself.  
c) If you wish to address the Commission during the public comment portion of the  
agenda, click on the icon labeled “Participants” at the bottom center of your PC or  
Mac screen. At the bottom of the window on the right side of the screen, click the  
icon labeled “RaiseHand”. Your digital hand will now be raised.  
d) Those addressing the Commission must state their name for the record.  
e) To facilitate electronic access, no person shall speak until recognized by the  
Presiding Officer.  
3. Email: to  
a) Residents may also email comments to be read during the meeting. Please include  
the agenda date and item number you wish to speak on in the subject line of your  
b) Emails will be a maximum of 450 words.  
c) All comments received will be distributed to the Commission prior and during the  
meeting and will be a part of the official record.  
All participants will be on mute until they are called upon at which point they will be  
unmuted. To prevent participants from having their video on, we will remove the  
option to show their video.  
The City of Fresno’s goal is to comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act, If you  
need additional accommodations such as interpreters, sign language signers, or the  
services of a translator, please contact the office of the City Clerk at (559) 621-7650  
or To ensure availability, you are advised to  
make your request at least three business days prior to the meeting.  
The City of Fresno thanks you in advance for taking all precautions to prevent  
spreading COVID19 virus.  
1. Call to Order  
2. 5:30 P.M. Roll Call  
3. Pledge of Allegiance  
4. Approve Agenda  
5. Approval of Minutes  
Approval of Minutes for July 11, 2022, Regular Meeting and July 18,  
2022, Regular Meeting.  
6. Discussion: Subcommittee Reports:  
a. Cultural Arts Plan:  
b. Parks Master Plan:  
c. Outreach Committee:  
7. Members Reports and Comments  
8. City Administration and PARCS Staff Reports and Comments  
Unscheduled Communication: Members of the public may address the  
Commission regarding items that are not listed on the agenda and within the subject  
matter jurisdiction of the Commission. Each person will have up to three (3) minutes  
to present.  
10. Workshops:  
11. Discussion Items:  
12. Hearings:  
Hearing - Receive public input on allocations related to Measure P,  
updates to the Parks Master Plan and Cultural Arts Plan, and annual  
PARCS Department Budget and Capital Improvement Plans.  
HEARING - Actions Pertaining the Parks, Recreation and Art  
Commission’s Meetings for FY 23. 1. Discuss - virtual, hybrid, and in  
person meetings for future meetings. 2. Discuss - Updating the  
meeting schedule for FY 23 PRAC. 3. Action - Adopt meeting schedule  
for FY 23.  
13. Adjournment