The City is facing a structural deficit of $.8 million starting in 2020-21 and increasing to $2.8 million by 2024. To address this deficit, the City has made more than $3.5 million in reductions over two years.The City has set a goal of making $2 million in reductions for 2020-21 . These cuts will have a significant affect on the City operations.
As City staff begins preparations for the 2020-21 budget, the City is reaching out to engage residents and businesses for input on cuts to programs and services.
Public Presentations Schedule:
The City encourages community members to attend the following informational meetings and become involved in the process (all presentations will be in the Council Chamber, located at 225 W. Second Street):
February 25 at 6:30PM: Projected Revenues - The City’s Finance Director will give an overview of projected revenues.
March 24 at 6:30PM: Expenditures - The City’s Finance Director will give an overview of anticipated expenditures.
March 24 at 6:30PM: PERS Unfunded Liability - Representatives from the California Public Employees Retirement System (CalPERS) will present an overview of PERS and the City’s unfunded liability.
May 9 at 9:00AM: Community Workshop - City staff will present the draft department budgets and proposed cuts to services and programs. Meeting will be streamed live on the City website.
June 9 at 5:00PM: Final Draft Budget - City staff will present the final draft budget to the City Council for adoption.
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