The City Council adopted the 2013-14 Proposed Annual Budget with the adjustments made in the June 25, 2013 staff report.
2013-14 Adopted Annual Budget
2013-14 Adopted Annual Budget (402 pages)
2013-14 Adopted Fee Schedule (129 pages)
- 2013-14 Adopted Capital Improvement Program (150 pages)
2013-14 Proposed Annual Budget
- 2013-14 Proposed Annual Budget (371 pages)
- 2013-14 Proposed Fee Schedule (135 pages)
- 2013-18 Proposed Capital Improvement Program (149 pages)
2012-13 Adopted Budget
2012-13 Proposed Annual Budget
- June 26, 2012 - Council Agenda Item 16.03 (148 pages)
- City Council adopted the 2012-13 Proposed Annual Budget with the adjustments made in the June 26, 2012 staff report.
- June 8, 2012 Updated - 2012-13 Proposed Annual Budget (334 pages)
- June 8, 2012 - 2012-13 Proposed Budget Errata Replacement Pages (120 pages)
- 2012-2013 Proposed Budget file includes replacement pages as revised on June 8, 2012.
- Updated July 16, 2012 - 2012-13 Adopted Fee Schedule (123 pages)
- 2012-2017 Capital Improvement Program (142 pages)
General Budget Information
The City of Stockton budget is comprised of separate funds. The General Fund is the primary fund for most day-to-day operations, is the largest portion of the budget and is used to account for all financial resources except those required to be accounted for in another fund.
Sources of revenue for the General Fund include:
- Business Tax
- Fees for Services
- Property Tax
- Sales Tax
- Utility User Tax
Some City Departments charge fees for services provided. The budget for these functions is referred to as Enterprise Funds. These funds are used for operations, similar to private businesses, where the expense of operation is covered by user charges.
- Community Development Department - Building and Development
- Municipal Utilities Department - Water, Sewer and Stormwater
- Public Works Department, Solid Waste Division - Garbage and Recycling
Redevelopment Agency Funds
The Stockton City Council also acts as the Redevelopment Agency. Redevelopment funds are Agency Funds. Redevelopment funds can only be used for Redevelopment purposes. Projects, such as the redevelopment of the Downtown Waterfront, are paid for with Redevelopment Agency Funds.
Other highly specialized and restricted funds compromise a smaller portion of the City's budget and cannot be used for anything other than the specific purposes for which they were designed.
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