The park system, which manages the parks, is expected to spend $10 billion over the next decade to pay its dentists more, but that doesn’t include the $2.3 billion that the city of San Francisco is expected have to pay the next year, according to the city’s budget proposal.
In 2018, the system is expected spend $9 billion on dental care.
The city of Philadelphia, meanwhile, is planning to spend about $5.7 billion, but the budget does not specify how much the city plans to spend.
The federal government has already begun reimbursing dental clinics in the United States for up to 10 percent of the cost of services.
The Park System, which oversees the parks and oversees the public health and safety of the nation’s most populous city, has spent nearly $1 billion on the $9.2 billion it is supposed to spend on dental health care in 2018.
That would be a 4.4 percent increase from the $8.5 billion that was initially projected, according, according a recent Wall Street Journal analysis.
The system also needs $2 billion more for its programs to hire more staff, improve operations and manage patient wait times.
The budget proposal also includes $7.6 billion for a plan to expand park-and-ride access, expand visitor centers and improve the safety of public restrooms and other public areas.