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The Budget Division coordinates the development of an annual budget adopted by the Council prior to the July 1 fiscal year. This division is responsible for the preparation of a proposed budget for operating and capital projects, presentation of the budget through a series of City Council study sessions, and an analysis of expenditures and revenues.

Contact Information:

Adrine Isayan, Budget Manager
Email: aisayan@GlendaleCA.gov

Jason Jacobsen, Budget Analyst
Email: jjacobsen@GlendaleCA.gov

Armine Kasimyan, Budget Associate
Email: akasimyan@GlendaleCA.gov

Mari Karamyan, Budget Assistant
Email: mkaramyan@GlendaleCA.gov

Sunny Nakauchi, Budget Assistant
Email: snakauchi@GlendaleCA.gov

BUDGET DOCUMENTS ONLINE:
Click here to view the Complete Adopted Budget FY 2016-17
Click here to view the Adopted Fee Schedule FY 2016-17

 

 

Where The Money Comes From

 

where the money comes from

 

Where The Money Comes From
Total Resources 2016 / 2017 = $819,533,134
Resources Amount Percent
Charges for Services $ 464,989,402 56.7%
Fines & Forfeitures 6,400,000 0.8%
GSA Reimbursement 3,000,000 0.4%
Interest/Use of Money 4,730,295 0.6%
Interfund Revenue 48,674,797 5.9%
Licenses & Permits 16,242,231 2.0%
Miscellaneous & Non-Operating 14,059,897 1.7%
Occupancy & Other Taxes 19,339,000 2.4%
Property Taxes 54,592,500 6.7%
Revenues from Other Agencies 61,758,800 7.5%
Sales Taxes 41,478,188 5.1%
Transfers 26,373,557 3.2%
Use of Fund Balance 29,149,467 3.6%
Utility Users Taxes 28,745,000 3.5%
Total: $819,533,134 100.0%

Where The Money Goes

 

where the money goes

 

Where The Money Goes
Total Appropriations 2016 / 2017 = $819,533,134
Appropriations Amount Percent
Administrative Services - Finance $ 5,341,567 0.7%
City Attorney 12,180,861 1.5%
City Clerk 1,349,630 0.2%
City Treasurer 742,164 0.1%
Community Development 73,598,087 9.0%
Community Services & Parks 45,730,596 5.6%
Fire 61,302,902 7.5%
Glendale Water & Power 334,147,805 40.8%
Human Resources 61,268,324 7.5%
Information Services 17,463,324 2.1%
Library, Arts & Culture 10,979,909 1.3%
Management Services 4,392,282 0.5%
Police 78,998,760 9.6%
Public Works 106,072,085 12.9%
Retirement Incentive - General Fund 897,511 0.1%
Transfers 5,067,327 0.6%
Total: $ 819,533,134 100.0%

 

2016-17 Budget Study Session, Budget Hearing, and Budget Adoption Information


FY 2015-16 Budget Study Sessions, Budget Hearing, and Budget Adoption Information


FY 2014-15 Quarterly Budget Presentations


FY 2014-15 Budget Study Sessions, Budget Hearing, and Budget Adoption Information 


 

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