Elk Grove’s Open Budget is a user friendly application used to display the City’s budget. This gives residents data driven information about the City’s fiscal priorities with transparency and accountability.
Coming Soon: Debt Services is currently not reflected in the data.
The City receives revenue from a variety of sources including taxes, fees for services, grants and other sources. Internal service and cost allocation revenue transfers reflected in the budget document are not reflected here to avoid double counting revenue. The chart represents all revenue for fiscal years 20018-19 to 2019-20.
Diagonally shaded bars represent budget numbers, and solid bars represent actual revenues. Use the filter provided to view additional fiscal years; hover over chart for additional information and drill down options.
The City's spending budget incorporates a variety of provisions and services that benefit the community and support the City's Strategic Mission, Vision and Council Goals. The chart represents all expenses for fiscal years 20018-19 to 2019-20. The listed expenses do not include transfers out or internal services transfers. These budget categories do not represent actual expenditures and are removed to avoid double counting.
Diagonally shaded bars represent budget numbers, and solid bars represent actual expenses. Use the filter provided to view additional fiscal years; hover over chart for additional information and drill down options.
The Capital budget shown below represents the Revised Budget not the originally Adopted Budget. The Revised Budget reflects all amendments to the Adopted Budget and any re-authorization of prior year unspent budget approved by Council.
This map is interactive. Each dot represents a project; hover over a project to see additional information.