Presentation on theme: "2010 Preliminary Budget City of DuPont A Unique City – A Vibrant Future."— Presentation transcript:
2010 Preliminary Budget City of DuPont A Unique City – A Vibrant Future
DuPont Vision Statement “DuPont is a vital city known for its planned setting and hometown sense of community. The City successfully blends natural beauty and a rich northwest history.”
City Council Mission Statement “To provide the citizens of the City of DuPont a beautiful, natural environment; high quality government services; progressive leadership and community inclusion.”
Budget Overview The 2010 Preliminary General Fund Budget totals $6,032,272 which is a 6.1% decrease from the 2009 budget and a 10.5% decrease from 2008 actual expenditures. Total City 2010 Preliminary Budget is $10, , of which the General Fund comprises 58.4%. The economic slowdown has resulted in declining development & sales tax revenues, which coupled with the property tax 1% cap, has generated significant budget challenges.
2010 Proposed City Operating Expenditures
General Fund Operations The General Fund provides for the basic services and normal daily operations of the City. The operations funded from the General Fund include Police, Fire and Emergency Services, court, jail and animal control contracts, Parks, Greenways, Recreation, Planning, Building Services, Facilities Maintenance, and internal support services such as Administration, Finance, and Information Technology.
General Fund Taxes 2010 Proposed Budget RevenuePercentile Property/EMS1,872, % Sales872, % Criminal Justice94,2452.2% Business & Excise228,7005.4% Utility1,160, % Total4,229, %
General Fund Expenditure Projections Governance - $ 467,512 Support Services - $ 306,446 Police Department - $1,624,167 Fire Department - $1,659,893 Community Development - $ 894,248 Parks, Facilities & Greenways - $ 852,201 Non-Departmental - $ 227,805 Capital Outlay - $ 0 Total Expenditures - $6,032,272
Non-General Fund Expenditure Projections Street Operations - $ 364,729 Water Utility - $1,146,535 Stormwater Utility - $ 471,754 Debt Service - $1,317,820 Capital Outlay & Projects -$ 595,724 Interfund Transfers - $ 314,492 One-Time Expenditures$ 77,500 Total Non-GF Expenditures:$4,288,554
City Ending Fund Balance Projections General Fund - $ 250,142 Special Revenue Funds - $1,971,227 Debt Service Funds - $ 323,831 Capital Projects Fund - $ 248,261 Utility Funds - $2,878,309 Equipment Replacement -$1,570,015 Total Ending Fund Balance - $7,241,785
Proposed Capital Outlay Special Events – Staging Equipment Water Utility – New Water Meters Water Utility – Crane w/Boom Rest Water Utility – Leak Detector ER&R – 4 Computers ER&R – 1 Police Vehicle and 1 Radar ER&R – Backpack blowers, line trimmer, salt spreaders, de-icer tank & totes, concrete cleaner attachment ER&R – 1 Ton Truck with Dump bed ER&R – 6000 lb capacity backhoe forks ER&R – Software disaster recovery pgm