Capital Project Fund Balances

Fiscal Year 2022 Operating and Capital Budget

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The FY2020 Actuals fund balance decrease is primarily due to decreased revenues due to the Covid-19 Pandemic. The FY2021 Projected fund balance increase is primarily due to increased revenues and bond proceeds. The FY2022 Recommended fund balance decrease is primarily due to the appropriation of bond proceeds.

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The FY2020 Actuals fund balance decrease is primarily due to funding capital projects and lower interest revenues.

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The FY2021 Projected fund balance increase is primarily due to interest revenues that will be used to fund future capital projects.

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An image depicting a summary of fund balance changes for the Stormwater Debt Funded Projects Fund between 2020 and the expected budget year of 2022.

The FY2021 Actuals fund balance decreased primarily due to the use of bond proceeds for capital projects. The FY2021 Projected fund balance increase is due to the issuance of the Series 2021 Stormwater Improvement Bonds to fund projects in both FY2021 and FY2022. The resulting decrease in the FY2022 Recommended fund balance is due to appropriating the remaining bond proceeds. The projected negative fund balance is intentional as the City over appropriates debt proceeds in anticipation of interest revenues.

An image depicting a summary of fund balance changes for the Stormwater Improvement Assessment Projects Fund between 2020 and the expected budget year of 2022.

The FY2020 Actuals, FY2021 Projected, and FY2022 Recommended fund balances increased primarily due to planned increases in improvement assessment revenues from previously approved non-ad valorem assessment increases and the stable need for capital projects.

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The FY2020 Actuals and FY2022 Recommended fund balances increased primarily due to an increase in transfers from the special revenue funds. The FY2021 Projected fund balance decreased primarily due to an increase in capital projects and a decrease in transfers from the special revenue funds.

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The FY2020 Actuals and FY2021 Projected fund balances decreased primarily due to funding capital projects using the available fund balance.