2009 Minneapolis Budget. Mayor R.T. Rybak August 14, 2008 City of Minneapolis. Values we live by. Provide a good return on taxpayers’ investment in Minneapolis. Produce results we can measure. Always look to the future. Performing under pressure. Focused resources Measured progress
Mayor R.T. Rybak
August 14, 2008
City of Minneapolis
Provide a good return on taxpayers’ investment in Minneapolis.
Produce results we can measure.
Always look to the future.
Strong fiscal management
Make Minneapolis safe
Build a strong economy
Youth Violence Prevention: $8.3 million
Stronger prosecution: $280,000
Completely resurface 43 miles of arterial streets and parkways
Seal coat and prevent cracks and potholes in all 26 miles of arterial streets and parkways that require this attention
Improves more than one third of all city-managed arterial streets in five years.
Streets/Parkways $19.25 M
Bike trails $0.5 M
Traffic/Street lights $5.25 M
Park Infrastructure $2.5 M
Total Accelerated Program $27.5 M
2009 Budget Overview
The Mayor’s complete 2009 budget will be available on the City’s website at:
Estimated Property Tax Impact
*Other: payments from other local governments, franchise fees, fines and forfeitures, interest income, rents, gains, contributions, bond proceeds
**For services such as water, sewer, parking, and garbage pick-up)
* Other includes non-departmental, pension, worker’s comp, liability, contingency, Board of Estimate, Bldg Commission, Assessor, Council, Clerk, Civil Rights, and Mayor