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File #: 19-6722   
Type: Staff Briefing - With Ordinance
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 9/12/2019
Posting Language: Establishing new fees and amending fees as included within the Fiscal Year 2020 Budget within the General Fund and within the restricted Funds of Carver Special Revenue; Community & Visitor Facilities; Parks Environmental; Solid Waste Operating and Maintenance; and Storm Water Operating; amending the City Code of San Antonio, Texas to reflect such changes; and approving the City’s continued receipt of its share of the cash bingo prize fee collected under the Texas Occupations Code.
Attachments: 1. Attachment I-Revenue Enhancements, 2. Ordinance 2019-09-12-0694A
Related files: 19-6709, 19-6724, 19-6708, 19-6711, 19-6716, 19-6721
DEPARTMENT: Office of Management and Budget


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Justina Tate


COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: City Wide


SUBJECT:

Amending Fees and Establishing New Fees for FY 2020


SUMMARY:

An ordinance establishing new fees and amending existing fees for various City departments and funds as recommended in the FY 2020 Proposed Budget, revised by subsequent City Council budget amendments, and enacted by the 86th Texas Legislature. The following table summarizes, by Fund, the proposed additional revenues projected to be generated from the recommendations included in the FY 2020 Proposed Budget as presented by the City Manager to the City Council on August 8, 2019:

FY 2020 PROPOSED BUDGET REVENUE ADJUSTMENTS - General Fund
Department
Projected Additional Revenue
Center City Development & Operations
$2,235,572
City Clerk
2,238
Convention & Sports Facilities
4,525
Finance
9,900,000
Library
7,940
Police
229,789

FY 2020 PROPOSED BUDGET REVENUE ADJUSTMENTS BY FUND
Fund
Projected Additional Revenue
Carver Special Revenue Fund
$2,475
Community & Visitor Facilities Fund
5,930
Market Square Fund
27,200
Parks Environmental Fund
3,679,221
Solid Waste Operating & Maintenance Fund
(4,759,230)
Storm Water Operating Fund
1,117,320



BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

City staff annually reviews existing revenue sources and service delivery processes in order to identify both new sources of revenue and potential changes to existing revenues. The policy direction for the FY 2020 budget process regarding revenue adjustments focused on implementation of City Council adopted policy, revenue changes that allow cost recovery from those who benefit from service (User Fees) as well as service areas that had not been adjusted in the recent past. The concept of cost recovery is to recover some or all of the costs associated with providing city services and programs at varying levels depending on factors such as the nature of the service provided, the population served, and the i...

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