HOMECONTACTCITY HALLCITY EMPLOYMENTONLINE SERVICEBUSINESSRESIDENTSVISITORS
City of KnoxvilleContact Us
I Want To...
Apply for City Grant »
Find a City Dept »
Pay Traffic Ticket »
Read the Budget »
News
Parks and Recreation Challenge Grant Applications Available »
City Program Breathes New Life into Blighted Homes »
New Chief Plumbing Inspector Announced »
Fountain City Lake Repairs Coming Soon »
KUB Construction to Close South Central Street for 2 Months »
Downtown Circulation and Mobility Plan »
Mobile Food Vendor Program »
Civil Rights Act Anniversary »
Cumberland Connection Blog »
Engineering Department Project Blog »
Like the City on Facebook® »
Follow the City on Twitter »
View Press Releases »
Public Meetings
View Complete List & Details »
Click Here for Printer Friendly Version
BUDGET 2013-2014
2013-2014 Adopted Annual Operating Budget [PDF]
2013-2014 Proposed Annual Operating Budget [PDF]
Video of Mayor's Budget Speech on Vimeo by CTV
Transcript of Mayor's Budget Speech
Listen to Mayor's Budget Speech [MP3]
Budget Address Photos on Facebook
Budget Address Program [PDF]
Six Month Financial Report [PDF]
Budget Retreat Presentation - Finance [PDF]
Budget Archives
Budget Home
04/26/13 - Mayor Rogero Presents the Budget
02/15/13 - Mayor Rogero, Council Hold Budget Retreat
02/06/13 - Mayor's Budget Retreat Set for Feb. 15
Mayor Rogero Shares Commitment, Vision in 2013-14 Budget

Mayor Rogero presents the budget

April 26, 2013 - Mayor Madeline Rogero today proposed a budget for the 2013-14 fiscal year with no property tax increase and significant new investments in City infrastructure. The net proposed City budget is $295.8 million, with the General Fund making up about $183.2 million. That amounts to a 1.45 percent increase in the General Fund from the adopted 2012-13 budget.

"This budget is not ultimately about finances. It's really about a vision for our city - how we will grow, what services we will provide, and what quality of life we all will enjoy," Mayor Rogero said during her address at Ijams Nature Center. "The budget that I have presented today is balanced and affordable. It meets basic needs, and it positions us for greater opportunities."

Among the new spending proposed in the budget are several capital items: $15 million for a Public Works complex to replace the aging facilities on Loraine Street (design funding for this project was included in the 2012-13 budget); $10 million for improvements to the Knoxville Zoo; $5.2 million for demolition and improvements on property the state is conveying to the City at Lakeshore Park; and $1.2 million to redress chronic flooding problems on Prosser Road.
[NEWS RELEASE]

The final budget is in this PDF file below.

2013-2014 Adopted Annual Operating Budget [PDF]

City Mayor's Budget Address
from Community Television Knoxville
on Vimeo.

Add to Favorites
Adobe PDF Reader
Email Page
Font Smaller
Font Normal
Font Larger
Get Directions
Make Home Page
Print Page
RSS/XML Feed
Search A to Z List
Site Map
Traduzca en Español
Translate to More Languages
Dial 3-1-1 For City Services
311. One Number. One Call.
Click Here for Brush Pickup Schedule
City Government
Mayor's Office »
City Council »
City Departments »
Boards & Commissions »
Public Meetings »
Promotions