Fiscal Year 2022 Budget

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).
Click here (PDF) to view the press release on the adopted budget.

Click on the image below to learn more about the adopted budget for fiscal year 2022.

FY 2022 Adopted Budget Infographic
Proposed documents prior to budget approval
Click here (PDF) to view the maximum levy notice. 
Click here (PDF) to view the resolution on the proposed maximum property tax dollar. 
Click here (PDF) to view the proposed infographic.