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2009 Revised/Adopted Budget

Adopted by the Minneapolis City Council on March 12, 2009

2009 Revised Budget in Brief
Table of Contents

Section 1 – Introduction

Section 2 – Background Information

Section 3 – Strategic Planning

Section 4 – Financial Overview

Section 5 – Financial Policies

Section 6 – Financial Plans

Section 7 – Financial Schedules

Section 8 – Capital Program

Section 9 – City Council Operating Departments

Section 10 – Independent Boards and Agencies

Section 11 – Glossary of Terms

Section 12 – 2009 Revised Budget Council Resolution

2009 Revised Budget in Brief (4 pages)
Table of Contents (Two pages)
Section 1 – Introduction (Nine pages)

Transmittal Letter
How to use this document
Elected Officials
Department/Agency Heads
Budget Principles
City-wide Organization Chart
GFAO Distinguished Budget Presentation Award 2008

Section 2 – Background Information (16 pages)

Section 2 Table of Contents
Community Profile
Communities and Neighborhoods Map
Form of Government
Chronology of Financial Decision Making
Fund Descriptions

Section 3 – Strategic Planning (17 pages)

Section 3 Table of Contents
City's Goals and Strategic Directions
Annual Budget Process
Integrating Key City Processes
Aligning Departmental Goals to City Goals
Business Planning Resolution

Section 4 – Financial Overview (35 pages)

Section 4 Table of Contents
Financial Overview
Property Tax Levy
Residential Property Taxes and Utility Fees: Sample Bills
Commercial/Industrial and Apartment Property: Sample Bills

Section 5 – Financial Policies (35 pages)

Section 5 Table of Contents
Financial Management Policies
Financial Planning and Policy Resolution: Independent Boards
Revised Neighborhood Revitalization Program or Policy on Development Resources

Section 6 – Financial Plans (75 pages)

Section 6 Table of Contents
Five-year Financial Direction 2010-2014
Ten-year Demands on Property Tax
Special Revenue Funds
- Convention Center Special Revenue Fund
- Community Planning and Economic Development
Enterprise Funds
- Municipal Parking Fund
- Solid Waste and Recycling Fund
- Sanitary Sewer Fund
- Storm Water Fund
- Water Fund
Internal Service Funds
- Public Works Stores Fund
- Engineering Materials and Testing Fund
- Intergovernmental Services Fund
- Fleet Services Fund
- Property Services Fund
- Self Insurance Fund

Section 7 – Financial Schedules (109 pages)

Section 7 Table of Contents
Schedule 1 - Fund Summary and Changes to Fund Balance
Schedule 2 - Revenues by Fund and Type
Schedule 3 - Expenditures by Fund and Agency
Schedule 4 - CDBG Program
Schedule 5 - Summary of positions by Departments and Agencies (including footnotes)
Schedule 6 – CPED Economic Development Housing Projects
Schedule 7 – CPED Economic Development Projects
Schedule 8 – Interfund Transfers
Schedule 9 – Self Insurance Fund Impact
Schedule 10 – Business Information Services Budget Impact on City Departments
Schedule 11 – Equipment Division impacts on City Departments
Schedule 12 – Property Services impacts on City Departments
Schedule 13 – Cost of City Hall Space
Schedule 14 – General Fund Overhead Charges

Section 8 – Capital Program (91 pages)

Section 8 Table of Contents
Capital Budget Narrative Overview
Glossary of Terms & Abbreviations for the Capital Program
2009 - 2013 Council Adopted Capitol Resources
2009 Bond Redemption Levy for Capital Program
Property Tax Supported Capital Allocation
2009 – 2013 Mayor’s Recommended Capital Budget
Public Works Department Five-Year Capital Program Summary
Mayor’s Recommended Utility Rate
Miscellaneous Projects in Five Year Capital Program
Five Year Funding Summary
Five Year Capital Investment Allocation
2009 - 2013 Capital Budget Decision Summary

Section 9 – City Council Departments

Section 9 Table of Contents


City Clerk/Elections/City Council

City Coordinator



Business Information Services


Convention Center


Human Resources

Intergovernmental Relations

Neighborhood and Community Relations

Regulatory Services

Civil Rights

Community Planning and Economic Development


Health and Family Support



Public Works

Section 10 – Independent Boards and Agencies (23 pages)

Section 10 Table of Contents
Board of Estimate and Taxation
Meet Minneapolis
Municipal Building Commission (MBC)
Neighborhood Revitalization Program (NRP)
Minneapolis Park and Recreation Board (Park Board)
Minneapolis Public Housing Authority (MPHA)
Youth Coordinating Board (YCB)

Section 11 – Glossary of Terms (14 pages)
2009 Revised Budget Council Resolution, March 12, 2009 (35 pages)


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