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OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

OPERATING AND CAPITAL BUDGET - Fayette County Government

Budgeted - Fund Types,

Budgeted - Fund Types, Funds, Functional Areas, and Departments Fund Type Fund Function Department Governmental Fund 205 - Law Library Judicial System LAW LIBRARY 210 - Confiscated Property - State Public Safety CONFISCATED PROPERTY 215 - Emergency 911 Public Safety EMERGENCY 911 Debt Service E911 821MHZ RADIO SYSTEM DEBT 216 - Jail Construction Surcharge Public Safety JAIL CONSTRUCTION SURCHARGE 217 - Juvenile Supervision Judicial System JUVENILE SUPERVISION 218 - Victims' Assistance Health and Welfare VICTIM'S ASSISTANCE 219 - Drug Abuse & Treatment Health and Welfare DRUG ABUSE & TREATMENT 270 - Fire Services Public Safety FIRE SERVICES 271 - Street Lights Public Works STREET LIGHTS 272 - Emergency Medical Services Public Safety EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES 290 - SPLOST Library Culture & Recreation SPLOST LIBRARY Capital Fund 342 - Early Warning Siren Construc Various functions VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS 356 - Kenwood Park Construction Various functions VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS 361 - Criminal Justice Center Construc Various functions VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS 372 - Capital Projects Various functions VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS 375 - Capital Improvement Program Various functions VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS Enterprise Fund 505 - Water System Water System ADMINISTRATIVE - DEBT/FA CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION CONSTRUCTION INSPECTION OPS CROSSTOWN MAINTENANCE CROSSTOWN OPERATORS CROSSTOWN WATER PLANT CUSTOMER SERVICES DISTRIBUTION METER READERS PURCHASES - WATER SO FAYETTE MAINTENANCE SO FAYETTE OPERATORS SO FAYETTE WATER PLANT UTILITY BILLING WATER ADMIN WATER PLANT LAB STAFF WP LABORATORY Enterprise Fund 508 - Stormwater Management Stormwater Management STORMWATER MANAGEMENT Enterprise Funds Projects 509 - Stormwater Projects Stormwater Management STORMWATER MANAGEMENT Enterprise Fund 540 - Solid Waste Fund Solid Waste Management SOLID WASTE & RECYCLING Internal Service Fund 610 - Vehicle/Equipment Various functions VARIOUS DEPARTMENTS 81

Policies and Procedures FAYETTE COUNTY, GEORGIA CAPITAL BUDGET The Capital Budget is part of the Fayette County annual budget and serves as a guide for efficiently and effectively undertaking capital projects for the construction and improvement of infrastructure and public facilities, and for the orderly replacement of existing assets. As part of the Capital Budget process, Fayette County prepares a Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Plan. The CIP plan is a five-year schedule of major capital projects. It includes the funds required for the completion of the projects and the sources for funding these projects. The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) was adopted to assist the county in complying with the Georgia Code. Georgia Code 36-81-3 (b) (2) states that: Each unit of local government shall adopt and operate under a project-length balanced budget for each capital projects fund in use by the government. The project-length balanced budget shall be adopted by ordinance or resolution in the year that the project initially begins and shall be administered in accordance with this article. The projectlength balanced budget shall appropriate total expenditures for the duration of the capital project. The first year of the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is part of the Capital Budget. Once the Capital Budget is adopted, the approved appropriation for each capital project is retained, from fiscal year to fiscal year, until the appropriation is expended, the project is completed, or the Board of Commissioners amends the appropriation and approves to transfer the funding to another project(s) or to fund balance. Projects in the remaining four years of the fiveyear CIP plan are for planning purposes only and are authorized, but not budgeted, until included in an adopted Capital Budget. The five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) plan is revised annually to include new projects and revisions to existing projects. The Capital Budget is part of the annual balanced budget that is adopted by the Board of Commissioners by resolution and becomes effective with the start of the new fiscal year on July 1st. Capital Expenditures - definition Capital expenditures are defined as outlays of at least $5,000 that result in the acquisition of, construction of, or addition to a capital asset. Capital assets include different types of property that are owned and used in the operations of the County. Capital expenditures are assigned unique project numbers and/or accounted in a separate fund to insure accurate reporting of funding and expenditures for each individual capital outlay. 82

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