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Accounting Details. We show transfers as a separate line below personnel, operating expense, and capital outlay so true cost of the department before transfer will be reflected. 50% of Finance, IT, HR, Construction Manager, and Legal Department to Enterprise Fund

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Accounting details

Accounting Details

  • We show transfers as a separate line below personnel, operating expense, and capital outlay so true cost of the department before transfer will be reflected.

    • 50% of Finance, IT, HR, Construction Manager, and LegalDepartment to Enterprise Fund

    • 15% of Mayor’s Office personnel (except Mayor) to Enterprise Fund

    • City Hall cost split with all departments in building according to square footage

  • Definition of “total” budget can vary depending on inclusion of carry forward. This presentation often excludes carry forward in order to represent the “new” budget.

  • Inclusion of “Use of fund balance” balances the total budget. It is generally not used in the revenue graphs to highlight the new sources of revenue. Use of fund balance offsets carry forward or is for one-time capital projects selected to be spent from amounts saved in the fund balance. Used for Enterprise Fund depreciation (non-cash).


City of meridian total fy2013 budget 80 186 803

City of Meridian – Total FY2013 Budget $ 80,186,803

  • Total Budget increased $14 million over FY2012 $12.5 million due to increase in capital and carry forward.

  • Percent of Change Year Over Year

    • Personnel + 2%

    • Operating +7% (mostly 1X items + depreciation)

    • Capital + 78%

    • Carry Forward + 59%

    • Enterprise Operating includes depreciation increase of $1.46 million year over year


Enterprise fund fy2013 budget 41 102 374 comparisons to fy2012 final budget 28 717 266

Enterprise Fund FY2013 Budget - $41,102,374Comparisons to FY2012 Final Budget- $28,717,266

  • Total Budget Increased 43%

  • Operating cost Increased 8% without depreciation it decreased 10%

    • Removed $1.2 million dollars in consulting funds

    • Added $1.46 million in depreciation

    • $615,140 + Enhancements and One-Time Operating

    • No change in other line items

  • Capital Increased 131% and is 39 % of the entire Enterprise Fund Budget

  • Carry Forward Capital increased 8%

  • Budget will be reduced when actual Carry Forward is calculated at year-end. FY2012 Carry forward reduced almost $3 million dollars


Fy2013 enterprise fund discretionary revenue

FY2013 Enterprise Fund Discretionary Revenue

  • $11.3 million dollars available for enhancements after calculation of base budget.

  • Total revenue minus total operating (not including depreciation) $10.3 million

  • $10.3 million income plus $ 5.7 million fund balance used to cover all capital

  • $5.4 million dollars fund balance used for FY2012 carry forward


Fy2013 enterprise fund new revenue and carry forward calculation

FY2013 Enterprise Fund New Revenue and Carry Forward Calculation


Enterprise fund personnel and operating enhancement request 874 149

Enterprise Fund Personnel and Operating Enhancement Request - $ 874,149

  • 2 FTE Administrative Support Admin & Electrician WWTP

  • Plans/Studies $410,000 (irrigation, source water master plan, aquifer recharger)


Water fy2013 new capital 6 890 000 wwtp fy2013 new capital 8 741 000

Water FY2013 New Capital - $6,890,000WWTP FY2013 New Capital - $8,741,000

  • Water Main Replacement - $1 Million Dollars

  • Well Treatment (brown water/quality) - $1.2 Million Dollars

  • Ground Reservoir - $3 Million Dollars

  • Land Acquisition North Meridian Reservoir/Booster/Well Site - $500,000


Water fy2013 new capital 6 890 000 wwtp fy2013 new capital 8 741 0001

Water FY2013 New Capital - $6,890,000WWTP FY2013 New Capital - $8,741,000

  • Plant Improvements (odor control, NPDES permit preparation, plant upgrades, system efficiencies) - $4,606,000

  • Lab Expansion - $500,000

  • WWTP Admin Building - $730,000

  • Reclaimed Water - $180,000

  • Sewer and Mainline Replacements/Extensions - $2,725,000


General fund fy2013 budget 39 174 429 compared to fy2012 final budget 37 098 426

General Fund FY2013 Budget - $39,174,429Compared to FY2012 Final Budget - $37,098,426

  • Increase in Carry Forward represents $1.6 million of the $2.7 million dollar change – Parks carrying forward $3 million + for maintenance building.

  • Personnel increased 2%, 1.5 new positions and 1% salary adjustment, Police step plan

  • Operating increased 7%, 1X increase of $600,000 to make a payment to Rural Fire District for station #5, increase building inspector fees for increase in development activity

  • $722,006 for replacement, vehicles and computers


Fy2013 general fund discretionary revenue

FY2013 General Fund Discretionary Revenue

  • $1.5 million dollars available for enhancements after calculation of base budget and capital replacements

  • $2 million dollars of fund balance used per capital improvement plan.

  • $5.5 million dollars of fund balance used for FY2012 carry forward.


Fy2013 budget estimated general fund revenue

FY2013 Budget Estimated General Fund Revenue

  • Moderate 2% growth forecast for economic growth related revenue streams like sales tax, building permits, and new construction property tax.

  • Revenue has been fairly flat-lined the last three years

  • Short and long term revenue forecasts ignore growth spurts

  • Election to take allowable property tax increase made with respect to;

    • Ability to finance 5 and 10 year Capital Improvement , Replacement, and Maintenance Plan

    • Support current level of service

    • Handle costs pushed to City by other government agencies

    • Changes in made by the Federal and State government, i.e. Changes to property tax statutes, changes to health insurance


Ten year look forward

Ten Year Look Forward


Fy2013 property tax

FY2013 Property Tax

  • Existing foregone amount is $1,144,265 and will not be requested.

  • Taxable Value increased 4% (not 8.5% as presented in May preliminary report to Council)

  • Numbers are still preliminary levy rate goes from .004420897 (2011) to .004549708 increase of .00007264 or $7.26 per $100,000

  • Property Tax Components that make up $20.5 Million Dollars in Property Tax

    • New Construction Value of $127 million = $570,000 property tax revenue

    • Annexation revenue = $2,941

    • Base Increase = $580,000

    • Tax Burden Split 2011 (last year)

      • Residential = 57.46%

      • Commercial = 42.54%


Property tax shifts due to hb645 hb519

Property Tax Shifts due to HB645 & HB519

  • These two exemption categories alone change our levy rate from .00441684 to .00454971


Residential property

Residential Property

  • Homeowner exemption lowered from $92,040 to $83,974 impacts homes with value over $167,948.

  • Mediansales price for home in Meridian Quarter ending July 12, 2012 was $159,952 increase of 2.5% for the year.

  • Average listing price for week ended August 8th, 2012 was $245,727.


General fund fy2013 budget request

General Fund FY2013 Budget Request

  • Personnel Enhancement Request - $140,422 1.5 FTE

  • Operating Enhancement Request - $14,132

  • 1 X Operating Enhancement Request– $916,369

  • Administrative Budget Transfer to Enterprise Fund - $1,753,739


General fund community development department fy2013 budget request

General Fund Community Development Department FY2013 Budget Request

  • North Meridian Planning Public Outreach - $30,000


General fund administration fy2013 budget request

General Fund Administration FY2013 Budget Request

  • Total Replacement and Enhancement Request - $687,256

  • Public Information Officer

  • Additional emergency power back-up for City - $170,000

  • Street Light Enhancements including partnership with MDC for split corridor - $132,000

  • IT replacement servers and computers - $237,472


General fund parks and recreation fy2013 budget request enhancement request 739 028

General Fund – Parks and Recreation FY2013 Budget RequestEnhancement Request - $739,028

  • Maintenance Shop - $2.6 Million –

    • FY2012 Budget Amendment for $1 Million Dollars

    • FY2011 Budget $1.5 Million

    • Field House - $600,000 removed from FY2013 Request

    • Other Project Savings - $50,000

  • Impact Fees - $368,859 Settlers Village Ph #2/Borup Property

  • Pathways - $100,000

  • Split Corridor /Median - $165,400

  • Kleiner Park - $87,400


General fund public safety fy2013 budget request enhancement request 2 884 342

General Fund – Public Safety FY2013 Budget RequestEnhancement Request - $2,884,342

  • Replacement Capital Police - $243,500

    Fire - $90,800

  • Fire – reimburse Rural Fire $600,000 collected in impact fees for Station #5

  • Police - $2 Million Dollars set aside toward public safety training center

  • Police - $80,000 for 2 additional fleet cars


City of meridian fy2012 budget amendment

City of Meridian FY2012 Budget Amendment

August 21, 2012


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City of Meridian FY2012 Budget Amendment


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City of Meridian FY2012 Budget Amendment


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City of Meridian FY2012 Budget Amendment


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City of Meridian FY2012 Budget Amendment


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City of Meridian FY2012 Budget Amendment

  • Summary of major FY2012 Amendments

  • General Fund – 31 Amendments - $1,214,774

    • Parks Maintenance Facility - $1,050,000

    • Contracted Legal Expenses - $155,000

    • Borup Property Land Purchase - $93,000

    • Assistant City Clerk - $50,863

    • Carry forward Adjustment to Actual - ($453,782)

  • Enterprise Fund – 7 Amendments – ($3,117,611)

    • Carry forward Adjustment to Actual - ($2,969,926)

    • Public Works Inspector III - $98,651


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City of Meridian FY2012 Budget Amendment


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City of Meridian FY2012 Budget Amendment


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City of Meridian FY2012 Budget Amendment

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Accounting details

Prepared by the City of Meridian Department of Financial Management and Planning

For More Information call City Hall

at 888 – 4433, email us at [email protected] or check out our City of Meridian website at www.meridiancity.org – Finance Department


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