Adopted Budget Fiscal Years 2005 & 2006

Budget 2005 2006

 

The City of Tucson budget doucments are in PDF format
and can be read using Adobe Acrobat Reader.

 

YEAR ONE OF THE BIENNIAL BUDGET

Volume I – Adopted Biennial Budget Summary (pdf, 9.6mb) 

This document includes the City Manager's Message and summary information on the City Strategic Plan and the consolidated budget.  The Community Statistical Profile section provides demographic data on Tucson and comparable cities in the region.

Volume II – Adopted Biennial Budget Operating Detail (pdf, 2.8mb) 

This document provides the detail for department budgets. Each section includes the department mission statement, an overview of the department, financial and personnel resources and funding summaries.

Volume IIA – Adopted Biennial Budget Operating Appendices A & B (pdf, 796kb) 

Appendix A displays each department's position resources for the Adopted Biennial Budget.

Appendix B displays each department's financial summary and character of expenditures.

Volume III – Approved Five Year Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2005 through 2009 (pdf, 13.3mb) 

This document contains the capital budget detail. Included are project and funding summaries by program area, and a description of each project, its funding sources and project costs.

For year two of the biennial budget, this document is updated to reflect Fiscal Years 2006 through 1010 (see below).

 

YEAR TWO OF THE BIENNIAL BUDGET

Adopted Biennial Budget Update for Fiscal Year 2006 (pdf, 2.9mb) 

This document complements the adopted biennial budget documents published during year one of the biennial budget. The biennial budget update presents the adopted changes to the biennial budget and provides summary level information on the consolidated (operating and capital) city budget.

Approved Five Year Capital Improvement Program Fiscal Years 2006 through 2010 (pdf, 7.7mb) 

This document contains the capital budget detail.  Included are project and funding summaries by program area, and a description of each project, its funding sources and project costs.