FY 2021 Approved Operating Budget & CIP Documents

Page updated on Jul 1, 2020 at 1:51 PM

On April 29, 2020,  the Alexandria City Council unanimously adopted a Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 General Fund Operating Budget of $753.3 million, which represents decrease of 1.6% over the current year. The real estate tax rate remains at $1.13 per $100 of assessed value. The approved budget reflects the changes submitted by the City Manager on April 7, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency. The approved budget includes $234.0 million in operating funds for public schools (a 1.0%, or $2.4 million increase over FY 2020 funding), and invests $2.1 billion over 10 years in Alexandria’s Capital Improvement Program. FY 2021 begins on July 1, 2020 and ends June 30, 2021. For a brief description and highlights of the budget, please refer to this news release or review the FY 2021 Approved Budget in Brief.

FY 2021 Approved Operating Budget

Complete Document

  1. Table of Contents
  2. City Manager's Message
  3. Community Profile
  4. Understanding the Budget
  5. Five Year Financial Planning Model Update
  6. Summary Tables
  7. Revenues Summary
  8. Grant Funding and Special Revenue Funds
  9. Statement of Estimated Fund Balance
  10. Personnel & Compensation Summary
  11. Accountable, Effective, & Well-Managed Government Focus Area
  12. Healthy & Thriving Residents Focus Area
  13. Livable, Green, & Prospering City Focus Area
  14. Safe, Secure, & Just Community Focus Area
  15. Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Overview
  16. Glossary
  17. Legislative References
  18. Appendices

FY 2021-2030 Approved Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

Complete Document

  1. Table of Contents
  2. Overview
  3. Summary Expenditure Tables
  4. Summary Funding Tables
  5. Strategic Plan
  6. Capital Project Details
  7. Joint City-School Facilities Investment Task Force Recommendations and Reserved Bond Capacity and Cash Capital
  8. CIP Development and Implementation Staff
  9. Alexandria City Public Schools (ACPS)
  10. Community Development
  11. Recreation and Parks
  12. Public Buildings
  13. Transportation & Transit Summary (Including TIP & NVTA 30%)
  14. Sanitary Sewers
  15. Stormwater Management
  16. Other Regional Contributions
  17. Information Technology Plan
  18. Legislative References
  19. Appendices


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