The City's budget is a plan that allocates resources to meet the needs and desires of Citrus Heights residents and businesses. The budget is one way by which the City Council and City Staff respond to the community's needs. It balances City revenues and costs with community priorities and requirements.
The City prepares two budgets for each fiscal year (July through June). The annual budget reflects operating revenues and expenditures that are expected to be incurred in the upcoming year. It also includes prior year accomplishments, key projects for the upcoming year, and a profile of the Citrus Heights community.
Fiscal Year 2013-2014 Budget:
Part 1: Cover Sheet, Table of Contents
Part 2: Message from the City Manager
Part 3: Budget Guide
Part 4: Community Profile
Part 5: Budget Strategies and Policies
Part 6: Staffing Overview
Part 7: Financial Summaries
Part 8: City Council
Part 9: City Attorney
Part 10: General Management
Part 11: Human Resources and City Information Department
Part 12: Community and Economic Development Department
Part 13: Finance Department
Part 14: General Services Department
Part 15: Police Department
Part 16: Capital Improvement Projects
Part 17: Glossary
Capital Improvement Program
The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) generally reflects one-time infrastructure projects that may span more than one year. The CIP is used as a supplement to the City's annual budget and identifies potential funding sources and expenditures for capital projects. Click here to be re-directed to the CIP Overview page.
Questions and Feedback:
Citrus Heights residents are encouraged to participate in the budget planning process by attending budget work sessions and public hearings. Citizens also have the opportunity to address issues at any City Council meeting during the year. Council meetings are generally held on the second and fourth Thursday of each month at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers that are located at 7117 Greenback Lane.