Multnomah County's Board of Commissioners adopts an annual budget to plan for the effective delivery of services to the community and to responsibly manage the public resources that support these services.

Multnomah County uses an incremental budgeting process.

Phase I: Departments submit their Budgets for consideration.

Phase II: The Chair develops the Proposed Budget.

Phase III: The Board Adopts the final Budget.

The program offers below are shown at each stage in the process. The following describes each of the column stages in more detail.

Department Submitted - are the program offers submitted by the departments on February 13, 2015 for consideration in the Chair's Proposed Budget. These program offers are shown as submitted by the departments and have not yet been reviewed by the Budget Office for accuracy.

Chair's Proposed - are program offers that have been included (funded) in the FY 2016 Chair's Proposed Budget, which will be presented to the Board of County Commissioners on April 23rd. As the Chair’s Office reviews the program offers, they may be updated or changed.

Adopted - are the program offers that are included (funded) in the County's Adopted Budget. This is the final stage of the budget process. The County's Budget will be adopted on June 18th.

Additional information on the FY 2016 Budget can be found at: http://www.multco.us/budget/fy-2016-budget. Information on prior year budgets can be found at: www.multco.us/budget.

Program Offers

Prog. Offer # Prog. Offer Name Department Submitted Chair’s Proposed Adopted
25027-16
ADVSD Administration
25031-16
ADVSD Protected Persons Special Advocate Program
25041-16
Domestic Violence Crisis Services
25042-16
Domestic Violence Community Based Services
25043-16
Domestic Violence Housing & Stabilization
25044A-16
Domestic Violence Administration & Coordination
25044B-16
Domestic Violence Administration and Coordination - Backfill Fatality Review Team
25047A-16
Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team
25047B-16
Domestic Violence Enhanced Response Team - Expansion
25111A-16
Homeless Families Shelter & Emergency Services (HFSES)
25111B-16
Year Round (Warming) Center
25115-16
Homeless Benefit Recovery Project (HBR)
25118-16
Community Services Administration (CSA)
25119-16
Energy Assistance
25121-16
Weatherization
25123-16
Community Healing Initiative
25133A-16
Housing Stabilization for Vulnerable Populations (HSVP)
25133B-16
HSVP Streetroots
25133C-16
DCHS County Housing Team
25133D-16
A Home for Everyone Housing Placement & Retention
25135-16
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children (CSEC) - Victims System of Care
25136A-16
Homeless Youth System (HYS)
25136B-16
Recovery Oriented Services and Engagement (ROSE)
25137-16
Promise Neighborhoods
25138-16
Runaway Youth Services (RYS)
25138A-16
Runaway Youth Services (RYS)
25138B-16
RYS Maintain Current Service Level
25139A-16
Anti-Poverty Services (AP)
25139B-16
Culturally Specific Day Labor Programming
25139C-16
Computers for Head Start Graduates
25139D-16
Racial Justice Initiative
25139E-16
AP - Economic Opportunity Initiative
25140-16
Community Development
25143-16
SUN Service System Administration
25145-16
SUN Community Schools
25145A-16
SUN Community Schools
25145B-16
SUN Community Schools Expansion - Parkrose
25145C-16
SUN Community Schools Expansion - Gresham Barlow
25145D-16
SUN Community Schools Expansion - Reynolds
25145E-16
SUN Community Schools Expansion - N. Gresham Elementary
25145F-16
SUN Enhancement Pilot David Douglas
25147-16
Child & Family Hunger Relief
25149A-16
Social & Support Services for Educational Success
25149B-16
Social and Support Services for Educational Success - Scale
25149C-16
Culturally Specific Youth Case Management for SUN
25151-16
Parent Child Development Services
25152A-16
Early Kindergarten Transition Program
25152B-16
Early Kindergarten Transition Program - Expansion
25154-16
Youth Prevention Services
25155A-16
Services for Sexual Minority Youth

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