Budget & Finance
The activities and operations of the Finance Department include accounting, finance, utility billing, payroll, and information services. The Finance Department coordinates activities with other departments and outside agencies to promote the efficient and effective use of the city’s financial resources. Our Finance Department is committed to providing the highest levels of financial services and excellent customer service to the public.
2021-2022 BUDGET PROCESS
Step 1 - Budget Workbooks Issued to Department Heads
Step 2 - City Council Retreat To Review Accomplishments and Establish Goals
Step 3 - Year-End Revenue Forecast and New Year Revenue Estimates
SEPTEMBER - NOVEMBER
Step 4 – Mayor’s 2021-2022 Recommended Budget delivered to the City Council on
September 25, 2020
Step 5 – Mayor’s Recommended Budget Overview Workshop October 6, 2020
Step 6 – Capital Improvement Plan Adoption on November 3, 2020
Step 7 - Public Hearings – Revenues Sources and Property Tax Levy on Nov. 3,2020
Step 8 – Public Hearing – Property Tax Levy Adoption -November 17, 2020
Step 9 – Public Hearing - Council Budget Final Adoption on November 17, 2020
Access the following budget documentation for a more detailed look at the finances of the City of Snohomish:
Want more detail about the City of Snohomish Financial Reports please visit the Washington State Auditors Office Financial Intelligence Tool.
View the following financial reports from 2011 - 2017:
- Financial Report 2017
- Financial Report 2016
- Financial Report 2015
- Financial Report 2014
- Financial Report 2012-2013
- Financial Report 2011
Additional reports available on the Office of the State Auditor website.