2015 Budget Presentation - Kitsap County Government

Report
Kitsap County
2015 Budget
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December 1, 2014
Kitsap County
Proposed 2015 Budget
$339 Million
Internal
Service
7%
Enterprise
24%
Capital
Projects
1%
Debt Service
3%
General Fund
25%
Special
Revenue
40%
Fund Structure – 2015 Preliminary
# of Funds
Type of Fund
2015 Total
Example
1
General Fund
$ 85,113,280
Law & Justice, Parks, Admin
56
Special
Revenue
$134,771,769
Roads, Mental Health, Cencom,
Community Development
6
Debt Service
$ 10,207,611
Repayment of Debt
3
Capital Projects
$ 3,359,398
Parks, Facilities
13
Enterprise
$ 80,202,802
Solid Waste, Sewer, Stormwater
5
Internal Service
$ 25,383,753
Fleet & Equipment, Risk Mgmt,
Technology, Benefits
Total = 82
$339,038,613
Most Funds are legally restricted for very specific purposes
What is the General Fund?
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The County’s largest individual fund and the center of County
budget challenges
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The one fund outside of Public Works that citizens think about
when considering County services and functions
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Finances the majority of the traditional services associated with
County government
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Most of the budget deliberations center around this fund since it
allows for resource allocation flexibility
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Primary sources of revenue = Property and Sales Taxes
Millions
General Fund Revenues vs. Expenditures
95
90
85
80
Revenues
Expenditures
75
70
General Fund Expenditures – 2015
(By Function)
Courts =
Facilities
Maint.
2%
Misc. Admin.
21%
Courts
24%
Superior
District
Prosecutor
Clerk
Public Defense
Coroner
1%
Parks
5%
Juvenile
9%
Jail
16%
Sheriff
22%
Misc. Admin =
Auditor
Assessor
Treasurer
Commissioners
Admin Services
Human Resources
General Fund Expenditures – 2015
(By Category)
Internal
Service
Charges
10%
Supplies
3%
Misc.
7%
Services
12%
Salaries &
Benefits
68%
General Fund Revenue - 2015
Law & Justice
Fines
3%
Grants &
Intergov
10%
Other
5%
Charges for
Service
11%
Property Tax
36%
Licenses &
Permits
1%
Other Taxes
9%
Sales Tax
25%
Millions
Property and Sales Tax Receipts
32
30
28
26
24
22
20
18
16
14
Property Tax
Sales Tax
Your Property Tax Dollar - 2014
County
9.7%
Roads
8.2%
State
Education
19.9%
Local
Schools
34.6%
Fire
Districts
13.7%
Cities
6.4%
Other*
7.5%
*Other = Conservation Futures, Ports, Utility
Districts, Park Districts, Libraries
New Construction Tax Dollars
$900,000
$800,000
$700,000
$600,000
$500,000
$400,000
$300,000
$200,000
$100,000
$-
Other Major Funds – 2015 Budget
Fund
2015 Prelim
Funding Source
Road Maintenance
$ 27,294,079
Property Tax (Road Levy)
Road Construction
$ 14,730,000
Fuel Tax
Solid Waste Operations
$
3,867,922
Charges for Service
Transfer Station Operations
$ 11,230,375
Charges for Service
Sewer Utility Operations
$ 17,334,729
Sewer Rates
Sewer Utility Construction
$ 20,713,227
Sewer Rates, Bonds
Central Communications (911) $ 10,288,970
Sales Tax, Phone Excise
Tax, Agency Charges
Community Development
General Fund, Permit Fees,
Engineering Fees
$
7,856,148
Major Changes – 2015 Budget
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6 New Corrections Officer Positions
3 New Deputy Sheriff Positions
3 New Parks Maintenance Positions
1 New Fire Inspector Position
½ Time New Plans Examiner Position
Additional Funds for Treasurer’s Office Staff to Restore Staff
Hours to Full Time (open all day on Friday)
Additional Funding for the Comprehensive Plan Update
Additional Funding for Addressing Project
Additional Training Dollars
Additional Funding for Sheriff & Jail Uniforms and Supplies
Additional Funding for Parks Maintenance Projects
Special Thanks To…

Board of County Commissioners & County Administrator

Elected Officials, Department Heads and Department
Budget Coordinators

Budget Office Staff
 Stephanie Hettema, Lisa Fryer, Jackie Cutlip, Kris
Carlson

Citizen Volunteers – Budget Review Committee
 Jim Carmichael, Jim Sommerhauser, Steve Maxim,
Chad Enright

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