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City of Colorado Springs 2014 Budget Overview
Transcript of City of Colorado Springs 2014 Budget Overview
$3.6 million revenue/year
Pothole Hotine: 719-385-ROAD
High Quality of Life
"#5 Best Cities to Live, Work, and Play" -- MSNBC
"#1 Best Town"
-- Outside Magazine
"#3 Top Sports Town" -- Men's Fitness
Local Tax Revenue:
56% Sales Tax
8% Property Tax
Licenses, Permits, Fees, Fines
State Highway Tax, Investment Earning, and other Financing Sources
Dedicated Revenue Sources
(i.e. Public Safety Sales Tax)
#5 Best cities to live,
work and play
-Kiplinger's Personal Finance
General Fund revenues are
of All Fund Revenues
El Paso County
Library & Water Districts
Sales and Use Tax = 7.63%
To City General Fund
To County, State, PPRTA
7,400 lane miles
110 miles of bike lanes
564 traffic signals
90% outsourced operations
increase in public safety, stormwater, roads and bridges
Wal*Mart data center
Bal Seal Medical Manufacturing Facility
Copper Ridge Bass Pro Shop
+36% vs 2012
Salt Lake City
#7 "Best places to raise
an outdoor kid"
180,000 golf rounds played annually
25,000 potholes filled
48,000 lane miles swept
178 miles paved annually
2013 - reports to
Chief of Staff
Total property tax: $864
By Charles Williams (originally posted to Flickr as Pikes Peak sign) [CC-BY-2.0 (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/2.0)], via Wikimedia Commons
2/3 of 911 calls - medical issues
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