Fiscal Year 2017 Budget Process
The FY 17 budget process is underway. On March 17, 2016 the Board held a pre-budget workshop to discuss preliminary general fund projections for the upcoming year. Additional workshops will be held throughout the process, and the budget timeline for FY 17 will conclude with two public hearings in September. County Commission meetings and workshops are broadcast live on participating channels and webcast live on broward.org.
The tentative workshop dates and times are as follows:
March 17, 2016 | Pre-Budget Workshop
Pre-Budget Workshop Agenda
Fiscal Year 2017 Pre-Budget Workshop Presentation
Fiscal Year 2017 Pre-Budget Workshop Attachments
April 19th - 10 a.m.
Budget Process Key Upcoming Dates
Medical Arrestee Program
Taxi Certificates Update
May 17th - 10 a.m.
Supervisor of Elections Presentation
June 7th - 12:30 p.m.
General Fund Update
May 17th Workshop Follow-up
June 21st - 10 a.m.
Administrator Recommendations Presentation
Parking Lot Issues
August 23rd - 10 a.m.
September 15th and 27th
The public hearings will be held on September 15th and 27th at 5:01 p.m.
The Fiscal Year 2016 budget, and all other adopted budgets since FY 2006, can be found by accessing our Budget Archives page.
Know Your County Budget Basics
Have you ever wondered how the programs and services you enjoy are funded? The property taxes you pay, also known as ad valorem taxes, along with miscellaneous fees, transfers and fund balances and sales tax comprise what is known as the General Fund budget. The General Fund budget is approximately $1.1 billion dollars and represents about 26 percent of the County’s overall $4.2 billion budget.
The collected property tax revenues for FY16 are allocated to fund several areas. The Broward Sheriff’s Office is allocated 46 percent of total property tax revenues. The Broward County Commission has authority over 35 percent of property tax revenues which are allocated to Parks and Libraries (9 percent), Human Services (8 percent), Transit (3 percent), and Other Programs (15 percent). The remaining 19 percent is allocated to the Property Appraiser and Supervisor of Elections (4 percent), required mandates (10 percent) and consolidated dispatch (5 percent).
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