On September 10, 2019 the Albion City Council adopted a balanced budget for the twelfth year in a row.
The basic breakdown of how public revenues are utilized by the City are as follows:
- Utility user fees finance the operation and maintenance costs of each respective utility department as well as any utility capital projects, including debt service for such projects;
- Sales Tax revenues are used for capital projects, street improvements, water tower debt, swimming pool debt, and economic development; and,
- Property Tax and Business Occupation Taxes are used to finance the operation and maintenance budgets for all city government service departments such as administration, street, park, pool, library, airport, police, and fire protection.
City of Albion - Levy History
Capital Improvement Plan
As part of the budget adoption process, the City Council also approved and adopted the 2019-20 Capital Improvement Plan which prioritizes various City Capital Projects. Significant projects in the Water and Parks departments are planned for 2019-20. To view more details about these and future projects:
To view more details about the City fiscal system and budget considerations for the 2019- 2020 fiscal year (October 1, 2019 – September 30, 2020): Click this link – “2019-2020 City of Albion – Budget Narrative“.
Various Public Financial Reports and other documents are available at the City Government page of the AlbionNE.com website.