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2018 Budget Set

City Honored for Financial Reporting

The city’s Finance Department earned the Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for its 2016 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR). The CAFR is the audited year-end financial statement for the city. The certificate is the highest recognition in government accounting and financial reporting. 

Go to to see the 2018 Budget and 2016 CAFR.

2018 Budget

This chart show the expenditures per department for the city’s 2018 Budget, which totals $59,953,094. For more details, the entire document is at You can also go to for a link to OpenGov, the city’s online financial portal. It contains budget income and expenditures for the past few years on an interactive website.

Department% of BudgetTotal Budget
City Clerk 1% 369,440
City Manager
Includes Communications and Economic Development.
2% $1,075,950
Includes Utility Billing
2% $1,304,988
Legislative 1% $792,974
Management Services
Includes Human Resources, Court, Events and Community Engagement.
4% $2,096,742
Parks, Recreation and Culture
Includes Senior Center
11% $7,080,136
Planning & Development
Includes Neighborhood Services, Planning and Building.
4% $1,436,232
Police 17% $10,232,654
Public Works 57% $34,375,720
Technology 2% $1,160,958