2020 Budget Process

How to Read the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)

To review the CIP, the best place to start is with the Summary Sheets for each Fund. This will provide an overview of past revenues, expenses, and fund balances (where applicable), along with projections for the current year. Next you can see the Proposed Budget for next year, along with projections/recommendations for the following nine years. Please note that the last Summary Sheet includes a list of projects that were “Submitted but Not Recommended”. These are projects that are on the City’s radar but are not currently prioritized or viable for various reasons.

If you would like additional information about any line in the 10 Year Capital Improvement Plan, including unfunded projects, please go to the Project Detail Sheet documents. The reference number to the left of the account names in the 10 Year Capital Improvement Plan corresponds to the numbered project detail sheets within each fund. You will find the corresponding number in the top right section of the project sheet, which provides additional information on each project within an individual fund. For example, to read additional detail on line number 11 on the Sales and Use Tax Fund’s Expenditures Summary, you would click on the “SUT Fund Project Detail Sheet” document, and find the project sheet that has “SUT #11” in the top right corner.

How to Read the Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)

To review the CIP, the best place to start is with the Summary Sheets for each Fund. This will provide an overview of past revenues, expenses, and fund balances (where applicable), along with projections for the current year. Next you can see the Proposed Budget for next year, along with projections/recommendations for the following nine years. Please note that the last Summary Sheet includes a list of projects that were “Submitted but Not Recommended”. These are projects that are on the City’s radar but are not currently prioritized or viable for various reasons.

If you would like additional information about any line in the 10 Year Capital Improvement Plan, including unfunded projects, please go to the Project Detail Sheet documents. The reference number to the left of the account names in the 10 Year Capital Improvement Plan corresponds to the numbered project detail sheets within each fund. You will find the corresponding number in the top right section of the project sheet, which provides additional information on each project within an individual fund. For example, to read additional detail on line number 11 on the Sales and Use Tax Fund’s Expenditures Summary, you would click on the “SUT Fund Project Detail Sheet” document, and find the project sheet that has “SUT #11” in the top right corner.

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