Budgets

The City is using its Budgeting by Priorities (BP) for the seventh time in its 2021 to 2022 budget.

The 2021 to 2022 preliminary budget will be presented to Council on October 6. Final adoption will be December 1.

Budget Hearings

State law requires that the City hold three public hearings on the budget, including:

  1. Public Hearing #1: Property Taxes and Revenue Sources, June 16, 2020.
  2. Public Hearing #2: Preliminary Budget Hearing, October 20, 2020.
  3. Public Hearing #3: Final Budget Hearing, November 2. 

Read the press release for more information.

By using lessons learned from each of the previous efforts, the City strives to continue providing the highest priority services to the community. 

  1. 2021-2022
  2. 2019 - 2020
  3. 2017 - 2018
  4. 2015 - 2016
  5. Budget Videos

2021-2022 PRELIMINARY BUDGET


2021-2022 Preliminary Budget

FRONT SECTION (PDF)
Elected Officials and Leadership Staff
City of Redmond Organizational Structure
City Vision
Reader's Guide to the Budget
Community and Staff Involvement
 

TABLE OF CONTENTS (PDF)

MAYOR'S MESSAGE (PDF)
Mayor's Message
Budget Highlights

BUDGET AT A GLANCE (PDF)
Budget Overview
Citywide Budget Summary
All Funds Summary
Citywide Full Time Employee (FTE) Summary

BUDGET BY PRIORITIES (PDF)
Budget Overview

HEALTHY AND SUSTAINABLE (PDF)
Outcome Map
Budget Offer Summary
Budget Offers

SAFE AND RESILIENT (PDF)
Outcome Map
Budget Offer Summary
Budget Offers

STRATEGIC AND RESPONSIVE (PDF)
Outcome Map
Budget Offer Summary
Budget Offers

VIBRANT AND CONNECTED (PDF)
Outcome Map
Budget Offer Summary
Budget Offers

CAPITAL INVESTMENT PROGRAM (PDF)
Overview
Downtown Urban Center
Redmond Neighborhoods
Citywide
Potential Future Investments

TECHNOLOGY INVESTMENT PROGRAM (PDF)
Overview
Investments
Potential Future Investments

BUDGET BY FUND (PDF)
Fund Spreadsheets

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION (PDF)
Fiscal Policies
Department Organizational Charts
Staffing Authorization by Department