Parkland is a public institution and therefore an organization that belongs to the community. We understand the importance of transparency and make available our annual financial reports as well as disclosures for the public to review and as required by laws and regulations.
The Parkland Code of Conduct and Ethics outlines the standards by which we will carry out our daily work activities at Parkland.
Parkland’s notice of privacy practices describes how medical information about you may be used and disclosed and how you can get access to this information.
Parkland’s fiscal year ends September 30. The budgets and tax rates are approved by the Dallas County Commissioners Court for the following fiscal year to begin each October 1. Financial statements are subject to review by an audit firm.
The tax rates are applied to the taxable valuations as determined by the Dallas Central Appraisal District as of December 31 of the previous year. Note that these calculations do not represent the District’s proposed or approved tax rates for the coming year.
2013 Tax Rates (PDF)
2013 Notice of Tax Revenue Increase (PDF)
This notice relates to a bill of rights for property owners whose property may be acquired through the use of eminent domain authority by governmental and private entities, including Parkland.
Texas Landowner’s Bill of Rights
At Parkland, we strive to make sure that we have effective controls that ensure adherence to federal and state laws, such as the Deficit Reduction Act of 2005. The procedure below summarizes Parkland’s policies and procedures for detecting and preventing fraud, waste and abuse, including how employees should report concerns internally.
Parkland Deficit Reduction Act (False Claims Act) Procedure