After months of public budget workshops, County Manager Avril Pinder formally presented her budget for fiscal year 2022 to the Board of Commissioners during its meeting on May 18. The $511.3 million recommended spending plan allows the County to continue to provide high-quality services and resources while advancing the 2025 Strategic Plan.
The three largest areas of proposed funding are:
- $96,429,713 for education
- $88,369,635 for human services
- $73,082,103 for public safety
If you would like the chance to weigh in on the spending plan, the budget’s public hearing is slated for Tuesday, June 1. Commissioners have until June 30 to approve a spending plan for the fiscal year 2022, which begins on July 1, 2021. To learn more about the proposed budget, see the below budget resources.