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The city budget is a legal document that gives the city authority to collect revenues and pay expenses. The
is based on
city council's goals
, preliminary revenue projections, and annual program and service requests.
adopts a biennial budget in November that provides the budget for the coming fiscal year and the financial plan for the following year. The budget process begins following the annual council retreat and includes participation by city staff, city council and the general public. The city manager presents a recommended budget to city council in August, council considers the budget and makes revisions during a September budget retreat and public hearings are held in October prior to adoption.
The 2013 budget anticipates general fund revenues to be approximately $50.8 million from the following sources.
City Council approved a $50.8 million budget that will be used to provide the following services:
City Council also adopted $2 million for capital improvement projects throughout the city. These one-time projects generally consist of building improvements in excess of $100,000 or public infrastructure improvements in excess of $10,000. These projects are typically funded separate from the general fund.
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