City of East Providence FY 2021

Council-Approved Budget

FY21 REVENUE SUMMARY


Welcome to the Fiscal Year 2021 Council-Approved Budget



General Fund Revenue

General Fund Revenue is money collected within the year or soon after that may be used to finance current year expenditures. The main source of revenue is property, motor vehicle and personal property taxes. The value is assessed as of December 31st of each year and billed annually on July 1st of each year.

Enterprise Fund Revenue

Enterprise Funds are self-supporting governmental funds that sell goods and services to the public for a fee. Enterprise Fund Revenue are fees charged to customers for water and wastewater services. The water and wastewater bills are combined in one monthly bill.

FY21 EXPENSE SUMMARY




General Fund Expenses

General Fund Expenses represent the use or expected use of General Fund Revenues. The expenditures represent the annual cost to run the City and School Department. The Expenses are shown by Department and separate from Debt & Capital improvements.








Enterprise Fund Expenses

Enterprise Fund Expenses are the expenses incurred to run the water and wastewater systems (including Capital Upgrades).



Our People


Workforce Summary

The following table shows Full Time Equivalent (FTE) employees and the associated total salary & benefit costs for the Fiscal Years 2020 and 2021




General Fund Workforce Summary

Compensation for full-time General Fund employees consists of salaries and benefits. Except for non-union managerial employees, all compensation adheres to negotiated union contracts.




Enterprise Fund Workforce Summary

Compensation for full-time Enterprise fund employees consists of salaries and benefits. Except for non-union managerial employees, all compensation adheres to negotiated union contracts. Suez covers all employee compensation for the Wastewater Division through a service agreement.