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PUBLIC POLICY ADMINISTRATION 230 Betty Masuoka Assistant City Manager City of Sacramento March 2002. TOTAL CITY BUDGET. TOTAL CITY BUDGET: $833,648,000. Operating Budget $409,663,000. Capital Budget $ 296,983 ,000. General Fund $264,022,000. General Fund $36,266,000.

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Public policy administration 230 betty masuoka assistant city manager city of sacramento

PUBLIC POLICY

ADMINISTRATION 230

Betty Masuoka

Assistant City Manager

City of Sacramento

March 2002


Total city budget

TOTAL CITY BUDGET

TOTAL CITY BUDGET: $833,648,000

Operating Budget

$409,663,000

Capital Budget

$296,983,000

General Fund

$264,022,000

General Fund

$36,266,000

All Other funds

$145,641,000

All Other

$260,717,000

Debt Budget

$52,393,000

Reserves

$74,609,000

General Fund

$12,539,000

General Fund

$339,000

All Other

$39,854,000

All Other

$74,270,000


Total city budget1

TOTAL CITY BUDGET

TOTAL CITY BUDGET: $833,648,000

Enterprise:

Solid Waste

Water

Sewer

Drainage

Community Center

Parking

Marina

Golf

GeneralFund

Other Gov’t

Other Gov’t:

Gas Tax

Measure A (sales Tax)

Quimby

Major St. Construction

Lighting & Landscaping

Enterprise


Total city budget2

TOTAL CITY BUDGET

TOTAL CITY BUDGET: $833,648,000

Expenditures

Resources

Licenses

Reserves

Inter-Gov

Emp Serv.

Equip

Fees

Beg. Bal

CIP

Debt Proceeds

Sup & Serv

Other

Debt Srv.

Taxes


Operating budget 410 million all funds

Operating Budget: $410 Million (all funds)

Operating Budget includes Employee and Supply/Service

Costs for each Department (does not include CIP)

Public Works

Police

Utilities

Fire

Parks & Rec


Total general fund budget

TOTAL GENERAL FUND BUDGET

GENERAL FUND BUDGET: $313 million

Expenditures

Resources

Emp Serv.

Taxes

CIP

Reserves

Other

Sup & Serv

Licenses

Debt Srv.

Fees

Inter-Gov

Beg Bal.


General fund revenues 274 8 m

General Fund Revenues: $274.8 m


General fund tax revenues 198 m

General Fund Tax Revenues: $198 m


Sales tax

1% Sales Tax is almost 1/3 of the General Fund Tax Base. Revenue is allocated on a situs basis.

What are the BIG Sales Tax generators?

Auto Malls

Regional Malls

Big Box Development

Threats to the tax base:

The Economy

Internet Sales

The City or County next door

Will a Regional Approach Work?

Sales Tax

Is it Really Fiscalization of Land Use or a Matter of Survival?


Property tax

Property Tax is about 27% of General Fund Tax Base

If ERAF went away, Property Tax would be about 34% (or another $15 million)

Redevelopment: Is Tax Increment a true economic development tool or a local government loophole?

Disparity of tax burden

Residential v. Commercial

New v. Old

Property Tax

Whose Tax Revenue is it?


Property tax1

Property Tax

Impact of ERAF Shift on Taxing Entities in Sacramento


Utility users tax

Utility Users Tax is about 27% of General Fund Tax Base.

7.5% tax on Natural Gas, Electricity, Telephone, Cable

Impact of Broadband/Internet/Wireless

Impact of the Energy Crisis

Utility Users Tax

Is Local Government Benefiting from the Energy Crisis?

Just what should be taxed?


Fy 2002 2003 budget strategy

Major Unknowns for the Coming Year:

When will the Economy Rebound?

What will the State do to local government?

What will the voters do in November?

How the City will Deal with the Unknowns

Economy: “Sustainable Budget” pays off. (Use of Reserves)

State: Reduction Alternatives (Use of Reserves, budget reductions)

Voter Initiative: Major budget alterations.

FY 2002-2003 Budget Strategy

How to Best Plan for the Unknown and Beyond …..


Fy 2002 2003 budget strategy1

Public Safety v. Quality of Life

One time revenue/expenditures v. On-going revenue/expenditures

New Capital v. on-going maintenance

Service to New Areas v. Citywide service

Economic Development v. Safety Nets

FY 2002-2003 Budget Strategy

Budget Policy Dilemmas: Issues to consider whether you’re

increasing or reducing your budget ….


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