The City of King has released the FY 2017-18/ FY 2018-19 Biennial Budget recommendations. The budget will be presented to the City Council and discussed at a Special Public Workshop on Tuesday, May 30, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. at the Council Chambers, 212 S. Vanderhurst Avenue. The public is encouraged to attend and provide input.

This is the first year the City is proposing a two-year budget, which is part of the new budget process approved last year. The City Council established the following budget goals as the first step in the process:

Pay down the City’s debt;
Implement the Plan to End Youth Violence;
Expand economic development efforts with particular focus on implementing the Downtown Streetscape Conceptual Plan;
Increase maintenance and upgrade of the City’s street, sidewalk and wastewater infrastructure; and
Improve customer service.

The budget includes funding to reduce the General Fund debt by an estimated $1 million, a new gang detail officer, the City’s share of costs to add an on-campus Probation Officer position and after-school expanded learning program, and a new Fire Department administrative assistant. A five-year capital improvement program is incorporated in the budget, which consists of a new City entrance sign on Broadway Street and San Antonio Road, citywide police security camera system, Phase I of the Downtown Streetscape Project, increased street improvements, as well as planning and design for the Downtown Plaza Project, Broadway Street/San Antonio Drive Roundabout, and wastewater treatment plant upgrade. A 10-Year Financial Plan is also provided, which proposes to eliminate the General Fund negative fund balance by FY 2011-12 and to establish a 20% General Fund reserve by the end of the 10-year period.

Contact City Hall at 831-385-3281 for more information.

1. Budget Cover
2. Title Page
3. Budget Message
4. Budget Overview
5. General Fund
6. Enterprise Funds
7. Other Funds
8. Capital Improvement Program
9. Long Range Financial Plan
10. Account Detail