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 #sort descending Prog. Offer Name Department Submitted Chair’s Proposed Adopted
10000-17
Chair's Office
10001-17
BCC District 1
10002A-17
BCC District 2
10002B-17
District 2 - Outreach/Policy Position
10002C-17
Multiple-Unit Limited Tax Exemption Initiative (MULTE)
10003-17
BCC District 3
10004-17
BCC District 4
10005-17
Auditor's Office
10006-17
Tax Supervising and Conservation Commission
10007-17
Communications Office
10008-17
County Attorney's Office
10009A-17
Local Public Safety Coordinating Council
10009B-17
LPSCC - HB3194 Justice Reinvestment
10009C-17
DSS-J Evaluation and System Upgrade
10010A-17
Citizen Involvement Committee
10010B-17
CIC - Community Outreach Pilot Project
10011-17
Office of the Board Clerk
10012-17
Office of Emergency Management
10012A-17
Office of Emergency Management
10012B-17
Emergency Management - Backfill for State Funding
10016-17
Government Relations Office
10017A-17
Office of Diversity and Equity
10017B-17
Multnomah Youth Commission Support
10018-17
Office of Sustainability
10018A-17
Office of Sustainability
10018B-17
Promoting Opportunities for Disadvantaged, Minority, and Women Owned Business in the CPACE Market
10018C-17
School Kids Breathing Easy: Preventing Exposure to Toxins by Fixing Dirty Diesel School Buses
10020-17
Regional Arts & Culture Council
10021-17
State Mandated Expenses
10022-17
Pass-Through Payments to East County Cities
10023-17
OHS Local Option Levy
10024-17
County School Fund
10025-17
Convention Center Fund
10026-17
Capital Debt Retirement Fund
10027-17
GO Bond Sinking Fund
10028-17
PERS Pension Bond Sinking Fund
10029A-17
SummerWorks Internship Program
10029B-17
SummerWorks Expanded Internship Program
10030-17
A Home for Everyone Initiative
10031-17
County Commissioner Office Transitions
10040A-17
Veterans - Shelter
10040B-17
Veterans - Permanent Housing
10041A-17
Rapid Re-Housing
10042A-17
Permanent Supportive Housing
10043A-17
Prevention Diversion - Prevention
10043B-17
Prevention Diversion - Diversion
10044A-17
Safety off the Streets - DV
10044B-17
Safety off the Streets - Safe Haven
10044C-17
Safety off the Streets - Shelter Capacity Expansion
10045-17
A Home For Everyone-Capital Project

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