The function of the Budget Office is to plan, prepare and monitor the City's operating and capital budgets, review the efficiency of City activities and provide assistance to the City Manager and other departments in management planning and evaluation.
The Budget Office also serves as a public resource to provide information to citizens on budget issues and taxes. It prepares the Annual Operating and Capital Budgets, and the Capital Improvement Plan (6 Year CIP). This department also prepares the Budget-In-Brief document, does utility rate studies and special financial studies and analysis.
View the City of Dunedin Municipal Business Plan and Capital Improvements Plan FY 2019
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the budget for the City and how does it compare to prior years?
||FY 2017||FY 2018||%||$|
|WAGES & SALARIES||$18,807,500||$19,490,100||4%||$682,600|
|TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSES||$73,585,600||$83,108,500||13%||$9,522,900|
- What is the current staffing for the City? 362.75 FTEs
- What is the current millage rate? 4.1345
- What is the amount of property tax paid in Dunedin for an average single family home ($158,800 taxable value)? $656.56
FY 2019 Budget Documents
FY 2018 Budget Documents
Other Current Financial Documents
Bond Information (DAC/Secondary market disclosure - you will be leaving the City of Dunedin Web site)
Other Budget documents for review can be found at the Dunedin Public Library at 223 Douglas Ave.