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 12, 2016 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 2017 Chair's Proposed Budget, which will be presented to the Board of County Commissioners on April 21st. 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 May 26th.

Additional information on the FY 2017 Budget can be found at: http://www.multco.us/budget/fy-2017-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
10050-17
Homeless Services - Lead Agency City/County Consolidation
10060A-17
Joint Office Administration and Operations
10060B-17
Joint Office System Support Services
10061A-17
Safety Off the Streets - Existing Services
10061B-17
Safety Off the Streets - Expanded Services
10062A-17
Rapid Rehousing - Existing Services
10062B-17
Rapid Rehousing - Expanded Services
10063A-17
Supportive Housing - Existing Services
10063B-17
Supportive Housing - Expanded Services
10064-17
Eviction Prevention - Expanded Services
10065-17
Diversion - Expanded Services
10066-17
Recovery Oriented Services and Engagement (ROSE)
15000-17
Management Services
15001-17
Administrative Support Services
15002-17
Information Technology
15003-17
Finance/Human Resources
15004-17
Records/Discovery
15005-17
Victims Assistance Program
15010-17
Justice Reinvestment (MCJRP)
15011-17
Data Research Team
15012-17
CRIMES Replacement
15013-17
Body Worn Cameras
15014-17
Grand Jury Recordation
15100-17
Division I Administration
15101-17
Juvenile Court Trial Unit
15102-17
Domestic Violence Unit
15103-17
MDT - Child Abuse Unit
15104-17
Child Support Enforcement
15200-17
Division II Administration
15201A-17
Unit C/Gangs - Robbery, Weapons
15201B-17
Unit C – Deputy District Attorney (0.50 FTE)
15202A-17
Misdemeanor Trial Unit, Intake, Community
15202B-17
Misdemeanor Trial Unit – Deputy District Attorney (1.00 FTE)
15203-17
Neighborhood DA Program
15204-17
Investigations
15300-17
Division III Administration
15301A-17
Unit A - Property Crimes
15301B-17
Unit A – Deputy District Attorney (0.50 FTE)
15302A-17
Unit B - Drugs/Vice
15302B-17
Unit B – Deputy District Attorney (1.00 FTE)
15304-17
Unit D - Violent Person Crimes
15305-17
Pre-Trial Unit
15306-17
Post Conviction Program
15307-17
Sexual Assault Kit Backlog Elimination Project
25000-17
Director's Office
25001-17
Human Resources
25002A-17
Business Services and Operations
25002B-17
Business Services and Operations - Finance Specialist 1
25002C-17
Business Services and Operations - Joint Office Fiscal Support
25003-17
Economic Opportunity Initiative

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