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Greater Boca Raton Susan Haynie Mayor Scott Singer Council Member Michael Mullaugh Council Member Robert S. Weinroth Council Member Leif J. Ahnell City.

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1 Greater Boca Raton Susan Haynie Mayor Scott Singer Council Member Michael Mullaugh Council Member Robert S. Weinroth Council Member Leif J. Ahnell City Manager Constance J. Scott Deputy Mayor Chamber of Commerce State of the City

2 City of Boca Raton Guiding Principles Goals:  Financially Sound City  World Class Municipal Services  Vibrant and Sustainable City  Strong Partnership with Community 2

3 City of Boca Raton Policy Agenda Priorities for FY Top Priority:  Public Safety Costs/Pension Sustainability Actions  Development Process Improvement Plan  Wildflower Development 3

4 City of Boca Raton Policy Agenda Priorities for FY Top Priority:  City Economic Development: Structure, Position and Process  20 th Street Development and Overlay District  Beach & Park District Strategy and Agreement 4

5 City of Boca Raton Policy Agenda Priorities for FY High Priority:  City Service Level and Staffing  Florida Atlantic University Strategy  Annexation Policy and Actions 5

6 City of Boca Raton Policy Agenda Priorities for FY High Priority:  Downtown Parking: Immediate and Long Term  Hospital and Medical Community Strategy  Citizen Engagement Strategy and Action Plan 6

7 Your Property Tax Bill by Taxing Authority 7

8 City of Boca Raton Assessed Valuations 8

9 City of Boca Raton Property Tax Rate Compared to Other Cities 9

10 City of Boca Raton Fire Assessment Fee Compared to Other Cities 10 FY

11 City of Boca Raton Comparing Neighboring Cities 2015 Tax Rates - $300,000 taxable value 11 FY

12 City of Boca Raton Water & Sewer Rates Compared to Other Cities 12 FY

13 City of Boca Raton Property Tax, Water/Sewer, Fire & Library Comparison of Average Home - $300,000 taxable value 13 FY

14 City of Boca Raton Economic Development Economic Development Incentive Program  Established in April, 2010  Companies37  Number of jobs (created or retained) 8,092  City Incentives$3,724,400  State, County Incentives$12,561,930 14

15 City of Boca Raton Projects / Events  I-95 Interchange  Beach Renourishment  Amphitheater Events  Beach Concessions  Boca Raton Bowl Game 15

16 City of Boca Raton FY Proposed Budget Budget Risks  Health Care  Stock Market  Legislative Actions  Property Values  Federal Policies & Regulations 16

17 Prepared by the Office of Management & Budget Proposed Budget Documents are available for inquiry on the City’s website at


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