Roseville leaders have started work on the city’s 2024 budget and are seeking community input.
The Roseville City Council has approved a timeline establishing dates where they’ll publicly review and discuss key aspects of next year’s budget including the property tax levy, utility rates, and the capital improvement plan.
Roseville’s budget totaled $61.3 million in 2023 and funds critical services including police, fire, public works, water and sewer, and parks and recreation.
The city will host its annual Truth-in-Taxation meeting on November 27, but City Manager Pat Trudgeon urges residents to get involved in the process earlier.
“Over the next six months, City staff and City Council members will be working on the 2024 budget. We invite residents to either attend or tune into those public meetings to better understand how we establish priorities and balance needs for the upcoming year,” Trudgeon said.
7/17/2023 – Capital Improvement Plan
7/17/2023 – EDA Budget & Tax Levy Discussion
8/21/2023 – Receive the 2023 City Manager Recommended Budget to include Tax Base Changes
9/18/2023 – Receive Budget recommendations from the Finance Commission
9/25/2023 – Adopt Preliminary 2023 Budget, Tax Levy, & EDA Levy
11/6/2023 – Review 2023 Proposed Utility Rates
11/6/2023 – Review 2023 Fee Schedule
11/27/2023 – Final Budget Hearing (Truth-in-Taxation Hearing)
12/4/2023 – Adopt Final 2023 EDA Tax Levy
Residents can share their thoughts about the budget on a form on the city website by clicking here.