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The Fiscal Year 2019-2020 (FY 20) budget for the general county and fiscal agencies will run from July 1, 2019 to June 30, 2020.
Click on the dates to view materials distributed at each meeting.
February 13, 2019 - The Social Services Director and Parks and Recreation Director gave summaries of their FY 2020 departmental budget needs. The County Administrator discussed FY 2020 capital priorities and the establishment of a Capital Fund derived from unreserved fund balance. Board members were asked to submit any budget scenario requests to the Finance Department to be discussed on February 20.
January 23, 2019 - The County Administrator presented a breakdown of possible funding options for the General Fund using the economic growth of $2.88 million as well as the economic growth and reassessment combined increase of $4.34 million. The Fire and Rescue Chief and the Sheriff both presented summaries of their FY 2020 budget needs.
January 16, 2019 - The County Administrator presented a budget overview to the Board of Supervisors and Finance Committee. Click here to view presentation. An additional budget worksession on January 23, 2019 was added to the budget calendar. The Sheriff and Fire & Rescue Chief will give an overview of their needs for FY 2020 on January 23.
FY 2020 Budget Questions
Budget Q & A
The Board of Supervisors adopts a total county budget that includes funding for school operating, school capital, school debt service, school food service, and school related regional programs. The budget resolution is adopted by the Board of Supervisors by fund totals and does not allocate funding at program level. The county elected School Board is responsible for funding levels by programs and services.
Expenditures are funded with revenues derived from taxes, fees, user charges, reimbursed costs and state/federal allocations.
The general fund budget provides for the daily operations of the county government and is funded with local, state and federal revenue. Local revenue contributes to the majority of funding to general fund. Expenditures in the general fund budget include government administration, judicial administration, public safety, public works, health and welfare, parks and recreation, community development , transfers to the various school funds, and transfers to the airport and jail operating fund.