2018 Budget Information

If you are like most of us, you have just gotten used to writing 2017 on checks and other items that ask for the date. However, when it comes to the City of Roseville’s annual budget, the City Council and staff are already looking toward 2018.

In May, councilmembers and staff embarked on the next fiscal year’s budget process. The budget process is the period when organizational spending priories are developed so it’s the opportune time for residents to make their voices heard about how the City spends its money.
 

Did You Know?


All Roseville City Council meetings are open to the public and include time for public comment. Meetings are held at Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Dr., and begin at 6 p.m. Meetings are also shown live on cable channel 16 in Roseville and streamed live on the Internet. A video archive of City Council meetings is also available.
Like any household or business, the needs and wants of a community must be kept in balance with what the City can afford. As part of the budget process, the City makes choices that balance competing priorities with its ability to provide high quality services for residents.

In order for the City Council and staff to stay in touch with community needs, it’s critical that residents provide feedback so that the final budget accurately reflect the priorities the community. 

The Budget Process


The City of Roseville adopts its annual budget each December for the following fiscal year. Crafting each budget is nearly an eight-month process and includes several opportunities for public involvement.

One way for residents to get involved is by completing the budget priority card that was included in the May/June City Newsletter. City Council meetings during which the budget will be an agenda item are another opportunity to provide feedback. In all, the budget will be an agenda item at 10 meetings in 2017.

2018 Budget Meetings

May 15 Review of assessed value data and Capital Improvement Plan
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June 19 Review of 2017 State Legislative session and resident comment cards
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July 17 City Council goals and EDA budget and tax levy discussion
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August 28 City Manager recommended budget presented to City Council
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Sept. 11 Adoption of preliminary EDA budget and tax levy
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Sept. 18 Finance Commission presentation of budget recommendations
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Sept. 25 Adoption of Preliminary Budget and Tax Levy Documents Video
Nov. 13 Review and adoption of 2018 of water and sewer rates
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Dec. 4 Final Budget Hearing
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Dec. 11 Adoption of 2017 budget and tax levy
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