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general and statistical information - City of Inglewood

general and statistical information - City of Inglewood

general and statistical information - City of

CITY OF INGLEWOOD BUDGET PROCESS The Inglewood City Charter, as adopted by the voters in 1926, requires that the City's annual budget be submitted for review and approval prior to the end of each fiscal year. The City's fiscal year begins on the 1st day of October each year and ends on the 30th day of September of the following year. THE BUDGET PROCESS Initial planning, development of revenue estimates and budget instructions begins in April, subsequent to a mid-year review of the current year’s budget. Budget kickoff meetings are normally held in early May. In mid-May, each department prepares its budget requests, which consist of requests for maintenance and operation funds, new personnel/hours, capital outlay, computer hardware, and new programs. The capital project budget is a one-year document developed in tandem with the operating budget and is an integral part of that budget. No separate capital budget document is developed. Preliminary departmental budget requests are reviewed and compiled by the Assistant City Administrator/Administrative Services and the Budget Administration division of the City Administrator’s office (Budget Team). After review and analysis of the budget requests has been completed, in mid-June, meetings are arranged among the City Administrator, the Budget Team, and each department. Based on the decisions agreed to at these meetings, the Budget Team develops the City's preliminary budget. May Budget kick-off meeting occurs May-Jun Jun-Mid Aug Mid Aug Departments develop then submit their preliminary budget requests. After review of departmental requests, the Budget Team develops the preliminary operating budget. City Administrator submits the proposed budget to the Mayor and City Council for consideration. Aug Budget Study Sessions held for City Council and public input and comment. Sept Preliminary Budget Adopted as Amended. The City Administrator submits the preliminary budget to the Mayor & City Council for consideration in late August or early September. Concurrently, one or more budget study sessions are typically scheduled to gain public input and comment on the proposed budget. The City Council after consideration and/or modification adopts the preliminary budget in September, which establishes budgetary control. From October 1, the effective date of the budget, the amounts stated as proposed expenditures become appropriated to the agency and organization for the objects and purposes named. Page 495

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