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2006 Adopted Budget

Following is the entire text of the City of Seattle 2006 Adopted Budget. Specific department budgets are located within various sections, such as "Arts, Culture and Recreation." To make it easier to locate a specific department's budget within a section, the department listings below include the page at the beginning of that department's portion of the section. The budget files are in Portable Document File (.pdf) format which can be opened and read using the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.

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Entire Adopted Budget (as one 3,228 KB PDF file)

Budget Title Page, Credits, Table of Contents

UTILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION

INTRODUCTION

Seattle City Light, p. 365

Reader's Guide and City Organizational Chart, p. 1

Seattle Transportation, p. 389

Selected Financial Policies, p. 5

Seattle Public Utilities, p. 413

Budget Process, p. 7

ADMINISTRATION

Budget Overview, p. 11

Cable Television Franchise Subfund, p. 475

Summary Tables: Revenue, p. 17

Office of the City Auditor, p. 479

Summary Tables: Expenditures, p. 18

Seattle Office for Civil Rights, p. 483

Summary Tables: Positions, p. 20

Civil Service Commission, p. 487

Children's Budget, p. 23

Employees' Retirement System, p. 491

General Subfund Revenue Overview,p. 25

Ethics and Elections Commission, p. 495

ARTS, CULTURE & RECREATION

Department of Executive Administration, 
p. 499

Arts & Cultural Affairs, p. 47

Department of Finance, p. 507

The Seattle Public Library, p. 61

Finance General, p. 511

Department of Parks & Recreation, p. 75

Fleets and Facilities Department, p. 519

Parks Levy Fund, p. 103

Office of Hearing Examiner, p. 539

Seattle Center, p. 111

Department of Information Technology, 
p.543

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

Office of Intergovernmental Relations, 
p. 563

Community Development Block Grant, 
p. 129

Legislative Department, p. 567

Educational & Developmental Services Levy, p. 143

Office of the Mayor, p. 573

Human Services Department, p. 171

Personnel Department, p. 577

NEIGHBORHOODS & DEVELOPMENT

Personnel Compensation Trust Funds, 
p. 583

Office of Economic Development, p. 201

Office of Policy and Management, p. 595

Office of Housing, p. 207

Office of Sustainability and Environment, 
p. 599

Neighborhood Matching Subfund, p. 219

FUNDS, SUBFUNDS & OTHER

Department of Neighborhoods, p. 225

General Fund Subfunds, p. 603

Department of Planning & Development,p. 241

Emergency Subfund, p. 609

PUBLIC SAFETY

Judgment/Claims Subfund,p. 611

Criminal Justice Contracted Services, 
p. 279

Municipal Civic Center Master Plan, p. 617

Seattle Fire Department, p. 285

Parking Garage Operations Fund, p. 619

Fire Facilities Levy Fund, p. 301

Cumulative Reserve Subfund, p. 625

Firemen's Pension, p. 303

DEBT APPROPRIATION, p. 633

Law Department, p. 309

POSITION LIST TABLE OF CONTENTS, p. 645

Seattle Municipal Court, p. 315

Position List, p. 647

Seattle Police Department, p. 321

COST ALLOCATION, p. 717

Police Relief and Pension, p. 335

APPENDIX

Public Safety Civil Service Commission, 
p. 361

Statements of Legislative Intent, p. 727


Glossary, p. 757


Statistics, p. 761


Last updated: April 13, 2006

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