Adopted Operating & Capital Budget - FY 2010/2011

The City of Grants Pass prepares fiscal budgets under guidelines issued by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA). The GFOA established the Distinguished Budget Presentation Awards Program (Budget Awards Program) in 1984 to encourage and assist state and local governments to prepare budget documents of the very highest quality that reflect both the guidelines established by the National Advisory Council on State and Local Budgeting and the GFOA’s recommended practices on budgeting and then to recognize individual governments that succeed in achieving that goal. The GFOA has detailed criteria under each of the following 4 major budget presentation categories:

  1. The budget as a policy document
  2. The budget as a financial plan
  3. The budget as an operations guide
  4. The budget as a communications device

The following link will take you to the entire budget document.

Budget Document Chapters

The 2010/2011 fiscal year runs from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011. The budget document has been separated into its chapters for your downloading convenience. See also: Capital Detail Chapters

Table of Contents

Table of Contents (PDF)

Budget Message

Budget Message (PDF)

Work Plan

Work Plan (PDF)

  • 2009 - 2011 Goals, 2009 - 2011 Work Plan

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Budget Process

Budget Process (PDF)

  • Budget Process Chart
  • Budget Process
  • How to Read the Budget
  • Oregon Budget Law

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Financial Tables & Charts

Financial Tables and Charts (PDF)

  • History of General Fund Resources
  • History of General Fund Requirements
  • Quick Facts
  • Un-appropriated Ending Fund Balances
  • Summaries of Resources and Requirements for FY 2012 Projected
  • Summaries of Resources and Requirements for FY 2011 Adopted
  • Summaries of Resources and Requirements for FY 2011 Approved
  • Summaries of Resources and Requirements for FY 2011 Recommended
  • Summaries of Resources and Requirements for FY 2010 Budget
  • Summaries of Resources and Requirements for FY 2009 Actual
  • Summaries of Resources and Requirements for FY 2008 Actual
  • Property Tax Analysis

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Policy & Legislation

Policy and Legislation (PDF)

  • Mayor and Council
  • General Program Operations

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Public Safety Services

Public Safety Services (PDF)

  • Public Safety Program Summary
  • Field Operations
  • Support Services
  • Code Enforcement
  • Crisis Support Services
  • Street Lighting

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Parks

Parks (PDF)

  • Parks Program Summary
  • Park Maintenance Services
  • Aquatics Services
  • Recreation Services

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Development

Development (PDF)

  • Development Program Summary
  • Planning Services
  • Building Services
  • Economic Development Services
  • Downtown Development Services
  • Tourism Promotion Services

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Transportation

Transportation (PDF)

  • Street Utility Program Summary
  • Street and Drainage Maintenance Services
  • Customer Services
  • General Program Operation
  • Transportation Capital Construction

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Storm Water & Open Space

Storm Water and Open Space (PDF)

  • Storm Water and Open Space Summary
  • Storm Water Maintenance
  • Customer Services
  • General Program Operation
  • Capital Construction

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Water

Water (PDF)

  • Water Program Summary
  • Water Treatment Services
  • Water Distribution Services
  • Water Customer Service
  • Water System Debt Service
  • Water - General Program
  • Water - Capital Construction

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Wastewater

Wastewater (PDF)

  • Wastewater Program Summary
  • Wastewater Collection Services
  • Wastewater Treatment Services
  • JO-GRO™
  • Water Customer Service
  • Wastewater System Debt Service
  • Wastewater - General Program
  • Capital Construction

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Solid Waste

Solid Waste (PDF)

  • Solid Waste Program Summary
  • Solid Waste Field Operations
  • Post-Closure Operations
  • General Program Operation
  • Capital Construction

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Administrative Services

Administrative Services (PDF)

  • Administrative Services Program Summary
  • Management Services
  • Finance Services
  • Legal Services
  • Human Resources
  • General Program Operations

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Support Services

Support Services (PDF)

  • Support Services Program Summary
  • Community Development Management Services
  • Engineering Services
  • Property Management Services
  • Information Technology Services
  • Garage Operations
  • Equipment Replacement
  • Insurance Fund

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Auxiliary Services

Auxiliary Services (PDF)

  • Auxiliary Services Summary
  • Transient Room Tax Fund
  • Debt Service Fund / Bancroft Bonds
  • Debt Service Fund / General Obligation Bonds
  • Industrial Loan Fund
  • Community Development Block Grant Fund
  • Environmental Waste Fees Fund
  • Agency Fund
  • Operations Reserve Fund

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Capital Improvement Projects

Capital Improvement Projects (PDF)

  • Lands and Buildings Projects

Organization Chart

Organization Chart (PDF)

  • Introduction
  • City of Grants Pass
  • Mayor and Council
  • Human Resources
  • Finance
  • Community Development
  • Park and Community Services
  • Public Works
  • Public Safety

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Community Profile

Community Profile (PDF)

  • Profile of the City of Grants Pass
  • Community Profile Detail
  • Map of the City of Grants Pass and the Urban Growth Boundary Area

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Appendix

Appendix (PDF)

  • A - Summaries of Resources and Requirements - FY 2012 Projected
  • B - Summaries of Resources and Requirements - FY 2011 Recommended
  • C - Summaries of Resources and Requirements - FY 2011 Recommended
  • D - Summaries of Resources and Requirements - FY 2010 Adopted
  • E - Summaries of Resources and Requirements - FY 2009 Actual
  • F - Summaries of Resources and Requirements - FY 2008 Actual
  • G - Summary of Requirements by Fund and Activity
  • H - Overview of Fund Balances
  • I - History of Property Tax Rates
  • J - History of Levies and Assessed Values
  • K - History of General Support Services
  • L - Major Revenue Services
  • M - Staff Allocation by Activity
  • N - Monthly Salary Schedule
  • O - Representative Annual Salary and Fringe Benefits
  • P - Computation of Legal Debt Margin
  • Q - Schedule of Future Debt Service
  • R - 10 Largest Tax Payers within City Limits
  • S - System Development Revenue Charges
  • T - The Budget Format
  • U - Financial Policies
  • V - Fund Structure and Accounting Methods
  • W - Revenue Sources
  • X - Glossary

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Capital Detail

This supplement to the city’s Operating and Capital Budget Book provides additional detail for all of the city’s capital projects. Within each of the sections you will find a description of the activities served, a description of the group, budget highlights, a summary of projects, and then a detail page for each project. On the detail pages, more information is supplied describing the project, its need or purpose, and the estimated project cost. Funding sources are identified and expense projections, by year, are estimated.

Capital Detail Document Chapters