The Operating Budget serves as the City fiscal and management plan for the year.
The City uses a program/performance budget that includes goals and expenditures related to the programs provided by the City.
FY 2018 Adopted Budget
On Aug. 21, 2017, City Manager Jim Feuerborn presented the City's FY 2018 Proposed Budget to the City Council. The Council spent several months deliberating and debating the budget at various work sessions. On Oct. 23, the Council gave it final approval to the adopted budget below.
The fiscal year 2018 began on Nov. 1, 2017 and will go through Oct. 31, 2018.
- Download a copy of the Budget in Brief
Copies are available with the City Clerk of Finance Department at City Hall. the budget in Brief was also published in the Winter 2018 Review.
- Download a full copy of the budget here (14 MB)
View the individual sections below:
- City Manager Letter to Council
- General Fund
- Parks & Recreation Fund
- Enterprise Fund
- Debt Service
- Internal Service Fund
- Capital Funds
- Appendix and Budget Glossary
Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
The CIP is a five-year plan that outlines the future capital needs of the City. The first year of the program, the Capital Budget is adopted as part of the Operating Budget. The CIP guides the development of infrastructure and facilities for the City. CIP is a guide toward the efficient and effective provision of public facilities.
The result of this continuing programming process is the CIP, a document published annually that proposes the development, modernization, or replacement of physical public projects over a multi-year period. The CIP shows the arrangement of projects in a sequential order based on the schedule of priorities and assigns an estimated cost and anticipated method of financing for each project.
Contact the Finance Department with questions regarding the current budget at 816-331-5182.
Contact the City Clerk's office with questions about accessing older budget documents online at 816-331-3324.