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File #: 20-5334   
Type: Staff Briefing - With Ordinance
In control: City Council A Session
On agenda: 9/17/2020
Posting Language: Ordinance adopting the Annual Consolidated Operating and Capital Budgets for the City of San Antonio Fiscal Year 2021 that begins October 1; approving projects included in the FY 2021 to FY 2025 Five-Year Infrastructure Management Plan; approving the FY 2021 to FY 2026 Six-Year Capital Improvements Program for the City of San Antonio; approving certain contracts; providing for a one-time annuity increase for retirees and their beneficiaries and a revision to the City’s contribution rate in connection with the Texas Municipal Retirement System; authorizing personnel complements; appropriating funds; and amending related ordinances.
Attachments: 1. City Manager FY 2021 September 17 Adopted Budget Presentation, 2. Ordinance 2020-09-17-0641
Related files: 20-5335, 20-5336, 20-5333, 20-5337, 20-5338, 20-5339
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DEPARTMENT: Office of Management and Budget


DEPARTMENT HEAD: Scott Huizenga



COUNCIL DISTRICTS IMPACTED: City Wide


SUBJECT: Adopting the Annual Consolidated Operating and Capital Budgets for FY 2021


SUMMARY:

An Ordinance adopting the Annual Consolidated Operating and Capital Budgets for the City of San Antonio Fiscal Year 2021 that begins October 1; approving projects included in the FY 2021 to FY 2025 Five-Year Infrastructure Management Plan; approving the FY 2021 to FY 2026 Six-Year Capital Improvements Program for the City of San Antonio; approving certain contracts; providing for a one-time annuity increase for retirees and their beneficiaries and a revision to the City's contribution rate in connection with the Texas Municipal Retirement System; authorizing personnel complements; appropriating funds; and amending related ordinances.

Following the action taken on this item, the City Council will consider, through separate ordinances, the following: 1) the ratification of the FY 2021 Budget; 2) the City's Maintenance & Operation Property Tax Rate for Fiscal Year 2021; 3) the City's Debt Service Property Tax Rate for Fiscal Year 2021; 4) the new fee and fee adjustment ordinance that address revenue adjustments included in the Fiscal Year 2021 Proposed Budget; and 5) the FY 2020 Closing Ordinance.


BACKGROUND INFORMATION:

The FY 2021 Proposed Budget was presented to City Council on August 6, 2020. The budget is balanced as required by law and reflects the City's continued commitment to providing public services and programs that enhance the quality of life for the San Antonio residents. Guided by the City Council policy direction and community input, the proposed budget focuses on public health, housing, homeless and mental health services, children and youth success, and education.

The Proposed FY 2021 Consolidated Annual Budget, comprised of all funds, excluding transfers, totals...

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