2019 Budget Information

City Manager Presents
2019 Preliminary Budget



Roseville City Manager Patrick Trudgeon presented the 2019 recommended budget at the Monday, August 13 City Council meeting. The presentation provided the City Council and public with details about the proposed operating and capital budget for the city and subsequent property tax impact.
 

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All Roseville City Council meetings are open to the public and include time for public comment. Meetings are held at Roseville City Hall, 2660 Civic Center Dr., and begin at 6 p.m. Meetings are also shown live on cable channel 16 in Roseville and streamed live on the Internet. A video archive of City Council meetings is also available.
The process of developing a city’s annual budget is a balancing act with many priorities competing for limited resources. For the past several months, Roseville staff, with feedback from the City Council, have been reviewing department budgets, developing organizational priorities and considering community needs.

The 2019 budget recommended by Trudgeon totals $55,707,140. It proposes an increase of $1,467,910 compared to Roseville’s $54,239,230 fiscal 2018 budget. The 2019 budget continues to fund all existing city programs and services. The increase is primarily due to inflationary costs and a limited number of enhancements.

The proposed 2019 budget is partially funded with $21,438,050 from property taxes. Of the total property tax revenue, residential property taxes account for approximately $11.8 million. The remaining revenue total, $34,269,090 or 62 percent of the budget, comes from fee-based revenue sources such as  license and permit fees, recreation program fees, user charges for water and sewers, intergovernmental sources, court fees, interest earnings and reserves.

The 2019 recommended property tax levy increase is $757,545 and includes both residential and commercial properties in Roseville. It is an increase of 3.7 percent compared to the 2018 levy.

The impact on residents will vary depending on a property’s value and change in value compared to 2018. Based on expected property value increases of about 7.6 percent, the median-valued Roseville home, valued at $254,900, would see a monthly property tax increase of $4.56 to $79.93.

The City Council will vote on approving the preliminary budget and property tax levy at its September 24 meeting. Prior to that meeting, the City Council is requesting feedback on the proposed budget from residents.

Residents can share their thoughts on the budget by completing the Budget Priorities Card including in the upcoming September/October city newsletter which is mailed to all Roseville residences. For residents who prefer to share their thoughts electronically, an online Budget Priorities Form is available at www.cityofroseville.com/budgetfeedback. Residents may also email the City Council directly at city.council@cityofroseville.com.

2019 Budget Meetings

July 16 Discussion on City Council Budgetary Goals
August 13 City Manager recommended budget presented to City Council
Sept. 17 Receive Budget Recommendations from the Finance Commission


Sept. 24 Adoption of Preliminary Budget and Tax Levy

Nov. 5 Review and adoption of 2018 of water and sewer rates


Nov. 26 Final 2018 Budget Hearing


Dec. 3 Adoption of 2018 budget and tax levy