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FY 2019 Proposed Budget

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City staff provided the city council with a broad overview of the proposed budget for the next fiscal year. More-detailed discussions will occur in a a series of upcoming workshops.

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FY 2019 Proposed Budget

  1. 1. 1 CITY OF COLLEGE STATIONCITY OF COLLEGE STATION FY 2018-2019FY 2018-2019 PRESENTATION OF THEPRESENTATION OF THE PROPOSED BUDGETPROPOSED BUDGET AUGUST 9, 2018AUGUST 9, 2018
  2. 2. KEY FACTORSKEY FACTORS INFLUENCING BUDGETINFLUENCING BUDGET 2  Government that is transparent, efficient, accountable and responsive that actively promotes citizen involvement  Stewardship of financial resources, both current and future  Enable economic growth and development  Maintain citizen’s health, safety and general welfare  Promote long-term, viable, safe and appealing neighborhoods  Commitment to a safe, efficient, sustainable and well-connected transportation system
  3. 3. STRATEGIC OBJECTIVESSTRATEGIC OBJECTIVES 3  Establishes a utility smart meter technology implementation plan  Continues to develop and enhance recruiting/retention programs  Reflects the construction activities of a new police facility  Provides funds for the completion of the design and to begin construction of a new City Hall  Finalizes construction activities to re-purpose the Arts Council Building  Provides funding for the design of the Spring Creek Corporate Campus  Provides funds for the construction of phase one of Southeast Park  Finalizes construction of two synthetic fields at Veterans Park  Provides funds for a Comprehensive Plan update
  4. 4. MAJOR DECISION POINTSMAJOR DECISION POINTS 4 • Service level increases to address growth, publicService level increases to address growth, public safety & maintenance needssafety & maintenance needs • Capital Project Plan and FundingCapital Project Plan and Funding • Compensation and Benefits PlanCompensation and Benefits Plan • Wastewater Rate IncreaseWastewater Rate Increase • Proposed Tax Rate of 50.5841 cents per $100 ofProposed Tax Rate of 50.5841 cents per $100 of assessed property valuationassessed property valuation
  5. 5. FY 2018-2019FY 2018-2019 PROPOSED BUDGETPROPOSED BUDGET •5 FY19 Proposed Net Budget Summary Governmental Funds $ 104,022,735 Enterprise Funds 132,390,151 Special Revenue Funds 15,866,864 Subtotal O&M $ 252,279,750 Fund Balance/Working Cap Transfer to CIP 37,112,562 Capital Projects 71,287,790 Total Proposed Net Budget $ 360,680,102
  6. 6. SALES TAX REVENUESALES TAX REVENUE 6
  7. 7. CERTIFIED PROPERTY VALUESCERTIFIED PROPERTY VALUES 7
  8. 8. TAX RATESTAX RATES 8   FY18 Change FY18   Debt Service Fund 22.0339 0.0000 22.0339   General Fund 27.7161 0.8341 28.5502    TOTAL TAX RATE 49.7500 0.8341 50.5841   FY18   Effective Tax Rate 47.8968   Rollback Tax Rate 52.2313
  9. 9. KEY PRIORITY SERVICEKEY PRIORITY SERVICE LEVELS ADJUSTMENTSLEVELS ADJUSTMENTS 9 Public Safety – Police  Sworn STEP Plan Modification  Body Cameras for SWAT & CID  CSTEP MDT’s Public Safety – Fire  STEP Pay Plan Structure  2 Quick Response Vehicles  Increase in EMS Supply Budget Core Services and Infrastructure – Public Works  Facility corrective maintenance funds  1 additional position – GIS Analyst  Curb replacement Castle Gate II & Summit
  10. 10. KEY PRIORITY SERVICEKEY PRIORITY SERVICE LEVELS ADJUSTMENTSLEVELS ADJUSTMENTS 10 Core Services and Infrastructure – Parks & Recreation  Severe Weather Detection System  1 position - Groundskeeper Growth – Planning & Development  10 Year update of the Comprehensive Plan  Implementation of Neighborhood Plans Financial Sustainability, Sustainable City – General Government, IT, Fiscal  2 additional positions – IT and Legal  MS Office 365 implementation  Northgate District Study & Implementation Plan
  11. 11. KEY PRIORITY SERVICEKEY PRIORITY SERVICE LEVELS ADJUSTMENTSLEVELS ADJUSTMENTS 11 Core Services, Infrastructure & Growth – Electric Utility 3 additional positions & 2 vehicles Funding for AMI implementation is included on the capital side of the budget Core Services, Infrastructure & Growth – Water Services 3 additional positions & 2 vehicles 5% rate increase for Wastewater Core Services, Infrastructure & Growth – Solid Waste 1 additional position – Route Manager Automated Side Loader vehicle
  12. 12. COMPENSATIONCOMPENSATION Attract and retain well qualified workforceAttract and retain well qualified workforce • 2% Market Increase2% Market Increase • 1.5% Merit Pay Pool1.5% Merit Pay Pool • 5% increase City contribution for Healthcare premiums5% increase City contribution for Healthcare premiums 12
  13. 13. CAPITAL BUDGETCAPITAL BUDGET 13 FY19 Proposed Capital Budget Summary Proposed Budget % Transfer to CIP (Cash / Fund Balance) $ 37,112,562 34% Net New Debt Financed 61,161,926 56% Special Revenue/Other Funded 9,649,631 9% Grant (CDBG) Funded 476,233 1% Total Proposed Capital Budget $108,400,352
  14. 14. CAPITAL BUDGET –CAPITAL BUDGET – GENERAL GOVERNMENTGENERAL GOVERNMENT APPROPRIATIONSAPPROPRIATIONS 14 Type Amount Selected Projects Streets, Traffic, Sidewalks & Trails $ 16,157,519 Greens Prairie Rd – Arrington to CL W of WS Phillips and CL of Woodlake to Royer Parks & Recreation 10,542,533 Central Park Pavilion and Restroom, Southeast Park, Thomas Park Splashpad Public Facility & Technology 36,291,148 New City Hall, New Police Station, Fleet Fuel System and Diagnostic System TOTAL $ 62,991,200
  15. 15. 15 CAPITAL BUDGET –CAPITAL BUDGET – ENTERPRISE FUNDSENTERPRISE FUNDS APPROPRIATIONSAPPROPRIATIONS Type Amount Selected Projects Electric Utility $ 20,415,544 Graham Road Substation, underground projects, facility programming, Advanced Meter Infrastructure Water 7.384,211 Land Acquisition for future wells, transmission line relocations Wastewater 6.974,070 Northeast sewer Trunkline phase IV, Bee Creek parallel Trunklines, Carter Creek Centrifuge, Lick Creek capacity TOTAL $ 34,773,825
  16. 16. 16 CAPITAL BUDGET –CAPITAL BUDGET – SPECIAL REVENUESPECIAL REVENUE APPROPRIATIONSAPPROPRIATIONS Type Amount Selected Projects Hotel Tax Fund $ 4,787,221 Veterans Park Synthetic Fields, Southeast Park Park Land Dedication 3,106,212 Various Neighborhood and Community Zones Fun for All Fund 500,000 Community Park Community Development 476,233 Various Community Needs Drainage Utility & Other 1,676,161 Southwood Valley and Minor Improvements Sidewalk Zone 89,500 Various Zones TOTAL $ 10,635,327
  17. 17. Monday, August 20 - Budget Workshop #1 – 3:00 pmMonday, August 20 - Budget Workshop #1 – 3:00 pm MTF on Graham RoadMTF on Graham Road Tuesday, August 21 - Budget Workshop #2 – Noon MTFTuesday, August 21 - Budget Workshop #2 – Noon MTF on Graham Roadon Graham Road 17 CALENDARCALENDAR  Citywide Budget Issues  General Fund Capital Projects  General Fund Revenue  Discuss Tax Rate  General Fund Expenditures  Outside Agencies  Proprietary Capital  Special Revenue Funds  Internal Service Funds  Proprietary O&M  Discuss Tax Rate
  18. 18. Wednesday, September 5 – 7:00pm Council ChambersWednesday, September 5 – 7:00pm Council Chambers Public Hearing #1 on Tax RatePublic Hearing #1 on Tax Rate Thursday, September 13 – 6:00pm Council ChambersThursday, September 13 – 6:00pm Council Chambers Public Hearing on BudgetPublic Hearing on Budget Public Hearing #2 on Tax RatePublic Hearing #2 on Tax Rate Thursday, September 27 – 6:00pm Council ChambersThursday, September 27 – 6:00pm Council Chambers Adopt BudgetAdopt Budget Adopt Tax RateAdopt Tax Rate Adopt Utility RatesAdopt Utility Rates Adopt User FeesAdopt User Fees 18 CALENDARCALENDAR
  19. 19. 19 THANK YOUTHANK YOU QUESTIONS ?QUESTIONS ?

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