The proposed 2020 City Budget was presented to City Council on Aug 5. The proposed city budget is built on a strategic framework to meet the desired level of services by the community, invest in city infrastructure and build financial sustainability for the future.
The proposed 2020 Budget does not anticipate any new tax increase.
The chart to the bottom shows projected revenue for the eight funds that comprise the budget.
Overall, citywide revenues for the proposed 2020 Budget stand at $95 million with city-wide expenditures at $120 million. The personnel budget expects a 4.27 percent rise. This includes three new police officer positions. The General Fund, which includes salaries and day to day operations, is balanced.
A public hearing on the proposed 2020 Budget is set for Oct. 14 and adoption of the budget is scheduled for Oct. 28.
To view the proposed budget, go to www.northglenn.org/2020budget.
Proposed 2020 Major Capital Projects
- New Recreation Center: $51M
- 120th Avenue Widening: $11M
- Lift Station A & Force Main Replacement: $3M
- Residential Street Program: $800K
- Bull Reservoir Pump Replacement: $600K
- Lift Station Flow Meters: $500K
- Traffic Lights/Concrete Replacement/School Safety: $250K