The proposed city tax rate for FY 2022 will not increase from the current year ($10.63). Property tax revenue will increase due to the modest property valuation growth of 3.28% to support community priorities such as public safety (police officer, deputy fire marshal, fire department promotions), communications (communications specialist) and parks/trails (parks maintenance worker). The funds will support the rising cost of employee benefits and risk management expenses.
Section 1 - State Forms and Final Submission Memo Click here (PDF) to view the state forms and memo detailing the budget for FY 2022
Section 2 -Detailed Budget Worksheet Click here (PDF) to view the detail for the FY 2022 budget detail
Section 3 - Decision Packages & CEP Click here (PDF) to view the decision packages from each department and the Capital Equipment Program budget details.
Section 4 - 2021-2022 through 2025-2026 Complete CIP Click here (PDF) to view the Capital Improvement Projects
Section 5 - Public Hearing The budget summary of receipts and expenditures can be viewed in this budget (PDF).