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2011-2012 Proposed Budget

Following is the entire text of the City of Seattle's 2011-2012 Proposed 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 2011-2012 Proposed Budget (as one 4,250 KB PDF file)

Budget Title Page, Credits, Table of Contents

UTILITIES AND TRANSPORTATION

 

Seattle City Light, p. VI-1

INTRODUCTION

Seattle Transportation, p. VI-27

Reader’s Guide & City Organizational Chart,  p. I-1

Seattle Streetcar, p. VI-81

Budget Overview, p. I-5

Seattle Public Utilities, p. VI-87

Summary Tables, p. I-27  
General Subfund Revenue Overview, p. I-31

ADMINISTRATION

Selected Financial Policies, p. I-57

Cable Television Franchise Subfund, p. VII-1

Budget Process, p. I-59 Office of the City Auditor, p. VII-7
  City Budget Office, p. VII-11

ARTS, CULTURE & RECREATION

Seattle Office for Civil Rights, p. VII-15

      

2008 Parks Levy, p. II-1

     

Civil Service Commission, p. VII-21
Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs, p. II-7 Employees’ Retirement System, p. VII-25
The Seattle Public Library, p. II-21 Ethics and Elections Commission, p. VII-29
Department of Parks and Recreation, p. II-41 Department of Executive Administration, p. VII-33
Seattle Center, p. II-75 Department of Finance and Administrative Services, p. VII-41
  Finance General, p. VII-81

HEALTH & HUMAN SERVICES

Fleets and Facilities Department, p. VII-87

Educational & Developmental Services Levy, p. III-1

Office of Hearing Examiner, p. VII-99

Human Services Department, p. III-17 Department of Information Technology, p. VII-103
  Office of Intergovernmental Relations, p. VII-133

NEIGHBORHOODS & DEVELOPMENT

Legislative Department, p. VII-137
Office of Economic Development, p. IV-1
Office of the Mayor, p. VII-145

Office of Housing, p.IV -13     

Personnel Department, p. VII-149
Neighborhood Matching Subfund, p. IV-29
Personnel Compensation Trust Funds, p. VII-161
Department of Neighborhoods, p. IV-37
Office of Sustainability and Environment, p. VII-177
Pike Place Market Levy, p. IV-55
 
Department of Planning and Development, p. IV-63

FUNDS, SUBFUNDS & OTHER

 

General Subfund, p. VIII-1

PUBLIC SAFETY

Fiscal Reserves, p. VIII-7

Criminal Justice Contracted Services, p. V-1

Judgment/Claims Subfund, p. VIII-15

Seattle Fire Department, p.V-7

Parking Garage Operations Fund, p. VIII-21

Fire Facilities Levy Fund, p. V-33

Cumulative Reserve Subfund, p. VIII-27

Firefighters Pension, p. V-37

Debt Service, p. VIII-49

Law Department, p. V-43  
Seattle Municipal Court, p. V-51

APPENDIX

Municipal Jail, p.V-57

Position Modifications, p. IX-1

Seattle Police Department, p. V-61

Cost Allocation, p. IX-11

Police Relief and Pension, p. V-87

Glossary, p. IX-21

Public Safety Civil Service Commission, p. V-93

Statistics, p. IX-25


Last updated: September 27, 2010

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