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City Budget and Finances Proposed 2013 Budget. City Council Presentation September 5, 2012. BUDGET PROCESS. April Departments begin line item budgets and projections Departments submit new program, personnel and Fleet requests to Finance Departments submit technology requests to IT&C May

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    1. City Budget and FinancesProposed 2013 Budget City Council Presentation September 5, 2012

    2. BUDGET PROCESS • April • Departments begin line item budgets and projections • Departments submit new program, personnel and Fleet requests to Finance • Departments submit technology requests to IT&C • May • Current fiscal year budget to actual report prepared for City Council • Revenue estimates prepared by Finance Department • Capital improvement plan draft created • Departments finalize line item budget requests

    3. BUDGET PROCESS • June • Finance prepares projections for personnel, administrative allocations, insurance, and Fleet maintenance • Full preliminary budget submitted to City Manager • City Manager meets with Departments to discuss needs, requests, and capital improvements • Budget primer and current fiscal year update presented to City Council

    4. BUDGET PROCESS • July • General Fund and maximum millage rate workshops with City Council • Establish proposed Millage Rate (TRIM Rate) • Finance prepares various State required TRIM compliance forms • City Council workshops on proprietary funds • August • TRIM notices issued by the County • City Council budget workshops on remaining funds • Final full budget presentation made to City Council

    5. 2013 MILLAGE RATE

    6. Total City Revenues Fiscal Year 2012

    7. Millage Rate History

    8. MILLAGE RATE OPTIONS

    9. 2012 MILLAGE RATES • Survey of Cities between 60K-90K Population • 18 Cities with Millage • Lowest Rate 3.150 Boca Raton • Second Lowest 3.990 Palm Coast • Third Lowest 4.5594 Largo • Highest 8.990 West Park

    10. 2013 Proposed Millage Rate • Taxable Value: $3,643,318,287 • Decrease of 6.4% • Proposed Millage Rate: 4.2958 • Rolled Back Rate • Proposed Operating Millage Rate: 4.1503 • City Council Policy Maximum: 4.1696

    11. Services Provided through Property Taxes Fiscal Year 2012

    12. Personnel

    13. City-Wide Personnel

    14. Personnel per 1,000 Population

    15. General Fund

    16. General Fund

    17. Proprietary FundsRevenues and Expenditures

    18. Solid Waste Fund

    19. Golf Course Fund

    20. Tennis Center Fund

    21. Information Technology & Communications Fund

    22. Building Permits & Inspections Fund

    23. Utility Fund

    24. Stormwater Fund

    25. Capital Improvement Program

    26. Streets Improvement Fund

    27. Park Impact Fee Fund

    28. Fire Impact Fee Fund

    29. Transportation Impact Fee Fund

    30. Dev. Special Projects Fund

    31. SR100 CRA Fund

    32. Capital Projects Fund

    33. Utility Capital Projects Fund

    34. Special Revenue Funds

    35. CDBG Fund

    36. Police EducationFund

    37. Police AutomationFund

    38. Disaster ReserveFund

    39. Recycling Revenue Fund

    40. CDBG NSP 1Fund

    41. CDBG NSP 3Fund

    42. OKR Special Assessment Fund

    43. CDBG BAC Fund

    44. Internal Service Funds

    45. CDBG Health Insurance Fund

    46. CDBG Fleet Fund

    47. 2013 SUMMARY

    48. City of Palm Coast Budget (1 of 2)

    49. City of Palm Coast Budget (2 of 2)

    50. NEXT STEP • Second budget hearing date: Wednesday, September 19 at 5:05pm in the Community Center.