The Sacramento County Board of Supervisors voted yesterday to revise the Approved Budget for the 2021-22 fiscal year.
The Approved Budget in June totaled $6.5 billion
. With the completion of the County’s FY 2021-22 year-end financial closing activities and updated information, an increase of $400 million was proposed, bringing the Budget Recommended for Adoption to $6.9 billion in appropriations. The increase includes a $210.7 million increase in General Fund appropriations, and a $189.6 million increase in appropriations in other funds.
The Board of Supervisors approved the following additional costs, totaling $6,758,000 to be paid out of the County’s General Fund:
- $5M contingency for Afghan Refugee costs
- $500,000 to augment encampment debris removal
- $498,000 to the Regional Parks Park Maintenance Team for four positions, two vehicles and supplies
- $400,000 for five additional housing navigator positions for the American River Parkway
- $200,000 to support County Property and Business Improvement Districts (PBIDs)
- $75,000 to Effie Yeaw/Soil Born Farms/Camp Pollock park education programs
- $65,000 to Sacramento Splash environmental education program
- $20,000 Hood Franklin Road pedestrian access
The Board is scheduled to formally adopt the Budget Recommended for Adoption on Sept. 28.