Finance Department

350 S. 5th St., Room 325M
Minneapolis, MN 55415
finance@minneapolismn.gov

2004 Adopted Budget

Table of Contents

Section 1 - Introduction
  1. City Elected Officials and Public Officials
  2. Department Heads
  3. Budget Principles
  4. City's Goals and Expectations
  5. City Organization Chart
  6. How to Use This Document
Section 2 - Background Information
  1. Community Profile
  2. Minneapolis Communities and Neighborhoods Map
  3. Form of Government
  4. Annual Budget Process
  5. Implementing Key City Processes
Section 3 - Financial Overview
  1. Financial Overview
  2. Property Market Values and Tax Base Highlights
  3. Property Values and Tax Tends
  4. Demands of the Property Tax Levy: Ten-Year Projection
  5. Minneapolis Tax Rates and Levies
  6. Summary of Property Tax and Utility Fees
Section 4 - Financial Policies
  1. Financial Policies
  2. Fund Descriptions
  3. Financial Planning and Policy Resolution: Independent Boards
Section 5 - Financial Plans
  1. General Fund
  2. Special Revenue Funds
  3. Enterprise Funds
  4. Internal Service Funds
Section 6 - Financial Schedules
  1. Schedule 1 - Fund Summary and Changes to Fund Balance
  2. Schedule 2 - Revenues by Fund and Type
  3. Schedule 3 - Operating Expenditures by Fund and Agency
  4. Schedule 4 - CDBG Program
  5. Schedule 5 - Summary of FTE's by Department/Agency
Section 7 - Capital Program
  1. Capital Budget Narrative Overview
  2. Glossary of Terms & Abbreviations for the Capital Program
  3. 2004 - 2008 Council Recommended Capital Resources
  4. 2003 Bond Redemption Levy for Capital Resources
  5. 2003 - 2007 Mayor Capital Budget Recommendation
  6. Summary of Operating Cost Implications by Project 2004 - 2008
  7. Council Recommendations by Commission/Board/Department
  8. Public Works Department Five Year Capital Program Summary
  9. Five Year Capital Program Summary
  10. Five Year Capital Investment Allocation
  11. 2004 Capital Budget Decision Summary
Section 8 - City Council Operating Departments
  1. Assessor
  2. Attorney
  3. City Clerk/Elections
  4. City Coordinator Departments

a. Business Information Services

b. City Coordinator Administration (and Summary of Expense)

c. Communications

d. Finance

e. Human Resources

f. Intergovernmental Relations

g. Operations and Regulatory Services -- Inspections

  1. City Council
  2. Civil Rights
  3. Community Planning and Economic Development (CPED)
  4. Fire
  5. Health and Family Support
  6. Mayor
  7. Minneapolis Emergency Communications Center (MECC) (Will be part of City Coordinator Departments in 2004)
  8. Police
  9. Public Works
Section 9 - Independent Boards and Agencies
  1. Board of Estimate and Taxation
  2. Library Board
  3. Municipal Building Commission
  4. Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board
Section 10 - Glossary of Terms
Section 11 - Resolutions

Last updated Sep 27, 2011