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Fiscal Year 2015 Adopted Budget

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FY 2015 City of Santa Cruz Adopted Budget (one large PDF file) 

FY 2015 City Manager's Budget Message

Budget in Brief

FY 2015 Proposed Budget Council Presentation - May 27, 2014

Budget Cover & Intro Section
Table of Contents
City Manager Budget Message
Budget in Brief
Introduction & Guide to the Document
Budget Resolutions
Financial Summaries (all summaries) 
     Summary of Projected Revenues and Other Financing Sources
     Summary of Projected Expenditures and Other Financing Uses
     Summary of Transfers
     Revenues and other Financing Sources - Primary General Fund
     Operating Expenditures by Department - Primary General Fund
     Primary General Fund Budget Net of Program Revenues
     Primary General Fund Budget and General Revenues
     Major Revnue Trends
     Debt Service Obligations
     Recap of Funds
Personnel Profile
Department Summaries: 
    City Council 
    City Manager 
    City Attorney 
    Human Resources (formerly Administrative Services) 
    Information Technology 
    Parks and Recreation
    Public Works 
    Planning and Community Development
    Economic Development and RDA Successor Agency
    Non-Departmental -- includes the following: 
        City Membership, Dues, and Fees 
        Animal Control 
        Community Programs & Services 
        Community Programs Listing 
Capital Outlay
Capital Improvement Program FY 2015 - 2017 (complete)
     Cover & Guide 
     FY 2014 Completed Projects
     Projects by Category
     Projects by Fund Source
     Projects that Support the City's Climate Action Plan
     Capital Projects by Department:
        Parks and Recreation 
        Public Works 
        Economic Development & Redevelopment and Housing Successor Agencies 
Estimated Available Fund Balance Projections