On May 18, as required by the City Charter, the City Manager’s proposed budget has been submitted to the City Council at least thirty-five days prior to the beginning of the fiscal year. Copies of the proposed budget are available for public review in the Office of the City Clerk, City Libraries, and at the link here
City staff will present the Fiscal Year 2017-18 City Manager’s Proposed Budget to Chula Vista City Council on May 23, 2017.
Fiscal Year 2016-17 City Council Adopted Budget
One June 7, 2016 the City Council held a public hearing and adopted the fiscal year 2016-17 budget. View a copy of the fiscal year 2016-17 adopted budget here.
The adopted budget includes a General Fund operating budget of $146.4 million and a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) budget of $20.8 million. While the adopted FY 2016-17 budget is balanced, the City’s financial outlook is more strained than it has been in recent years. Positive revenue growth in major discretionary revenues is being outpaced by pension and health care cost increases. Implementation of efficiency measures will be utilized to mitigate the impacts of the cost increases. The City continues to seek new ways to maximize limited resources to deliver high quality services to our community.
The budget is organized in a manner to facilitate your general understanding of the City's fiscal status, to present management's assessment of major issues and, finally, to present the plan for allocating resources to address those issues during the coming fiscal year.
The budget is organized as follows:
Budget Document Links
Our most recent budget documents are provided below. For older reports, please visit our archive
Fiscal Year 2017-18
Fiscal Year 2016-17
Please see our Financial Reports page for additional documents.
City Strategic Plan
A new City Strategic Plan provides a comprehensive framework that ensures priorities set by the City Council are clear to all employees, goals are laid out that respond to priorities, objectives are achieved that meet the goals, and that city government is accountable to meeting community needs. The Strategic Plan centers on five core goals:
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All of these goals contribute to a high Quality of Life for Chula Vista residents and businesses.