REVENUE OVERVIE
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AllFunds‐byFund
Fund
General Fund 123,144,699 120,093,620 124,488,810 123,053,830 2,960,210
Social Services Fund 5,913,050 6,562,370 6,562,370 6,981,790 419,420
Fire and Rescue Fund 10,470,767 13,646,890 13,824,975 11,730,000 (1,916,890)
Owens Brooke Service District Fu
n
43,822 40,200 40,200 340,200 300,000
PEG Fund 160,085 165,000 165,000 150,000 (15,000)
Speiden Carper House Fund 4,439 - 370,000 - -
Debt Service Fund 10,997,986 10,968,950 10,968,950 11,132,360 163,410
Sewer Fund 24,159,236 17,664,960 28,160,122 17,712,240 47,280
Water Fund 11,008,206 12,079,000 12,772,857 14,961,620 2,882,620
Electric Fund 44,110,201 45,564,510 45,843,223 43,488,290 (2,076,220)
Stormwater Fund 1,345,540 1,590,940 1,621,926 6,798,000 5,207,060
Airport Fund 3,398,034 3,376,260 3,476,325 3,555,560 179,300
Solid Waste Fund 3,571,062 3,500,230 3,510,685 3,586,550 86,320
Building Maintenance Fund 1,548,883 1,422,070 1,461,031 1,591,120 169,050
Vehicle Maintenance Fund 3,797,147 3,843,920 3,973,516 4,137,550 293,630
Information Technology Fund 3,804,252 3,843,960 4,488,671 3,816,880 (27,080)
Cemetery Trust Fund 25,601 32,800 32,800 32,800 -
ALL FUNDS TOTAL: 247,503,010 244,395,680 261,761,461 253,068,790 8,673,110
FY 2019
Actual
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2021
Budget
Increase
(Decrease)
General
Fund
49%
Social
Services
3%
Fire&
Rescue
6%
Debt
Service
4%
Utilities
31%
Other
Funds
3%
Internal
Svcs
4%
FY2020Budget
$244,395,680
General
Fund
48%
Social
Services
3%
Fire&
Rescue
5%
Debt
Service
4%
Utilities
30%
Other
Funds
6%
Internal
Svcs
4%
FY2021Budget
$253,068,790
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REVENUE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund Type
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2019
Actual
Fund Type / Fund
FY 2021
Budget
GENERAL FUND
123,144,699 120,093,620
124,488,810 123,053,830
2,960,210General Fund
123,144,699 120,093,620 124,488,810 123,053,830 2,960,210
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
5,913,050 6,562,370
6,562,370 6,981,790
419,420Social Services Fund
10,470,767 13,646,890
13,824,975 11,730,000
)(1,916,890Fire and Rescue Fund
43,822 40,200
40,200 340,200
300,000Owens Brooke Service District Fu
160,085 165,000
165,000 150,000
)(15,000PEG Fund
4,439 -
370,000 -
-Speiden Carper House Fund
16,592,163 20,414,460 20,962,545 19,201,990 )(1,212,470
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
DEBT SERVICE FUND
10,997,986 10,968,950
10,968,950 11,132,360
163,410Debt Service Fund
10,997,986 10,968,950 10,968,950 11,132,360 163,410
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
24,159,236 17,664,960
28,160,122 17,712,240
47,280Sewer Fund
11,008,206 12,079,000
12,772,857 14,961,620
2,882,620Water Fund
44,110,201 45,564,510
45,843,223 43,488,290
)(2,076,220Electric Fund
1,345,540 1,590,940
1,621,926 6,798,000
5,207,060Stormwater Fund
3,398,034 3,376,260
3,476,325 3,555,560
179,300
A
irport Fund
3,571,062 3,500,230
3,510,685 3,586,550
86,320Solid Waste Fund
87,592,279 83,775,900 95,385,138 90,102,260 6,326,360
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
1,548,883 1,422,070
1,461,031 1,591,120
169,050Buildin
g
Maintenance Fund
3,797,147 3,843,920
3,973,516 4,137,550
293,630Vehicle Maintenance Fund
3,804,252 3,843,960
4,488,671 3,816,880
)(27,080Information Technolo
gy
Fund
9,150,282 9,109,950 9,923,218 9,545,550 435,600
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
PERMANENT FUND
25,601 32,800
32,800 32,800
-Cemeter
Trust Fund
25,601 32,800 32,800 32,800 -
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
$247,503,010
$244,395,680 $261,761,461 $253,068,790
$8,673,110ALL FUNDS TOTAL:
General
Fund
49%
Special
Revenue
Funds
7%
Debt Service
Fund
4%
Enterprise
Funds
36%
Internal
Service
Funds
4%
FY2021Budget
General
Fund
49%
Special
Revenue
Funds
8%
Debt Service
Fund
5%
Enterprise
Funds
34%
Internal
Service Funds
4%
FY2020Budget
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AllFunds‐bySource
Source / Type
LOCAL SOURCES
General Property Taxes 86,027,503 89,127,860 89,127,860 92,427,200 3,299,340
Other Local Taxes 21,768,073 20,210,250 20,210,250 21,141,000 930,750
Permits, Fees, & Licenses 1,120,144 871,500 871,500 565,000 (306,500)
Fines & Forfeitures 733,094 658,500 658,500 810,000 151,500
Interest & Use of Property 6,415,826 3,253,080 3,253,080 3,948,510 695,430
Charges for Services 6,058,267 6,374,170 6,374,170 6,604,000 229,830
Sales & Connections 65,818,425 66,920,800 66,920,800 66,150,070 (770,730)
Other Local Revenue 6,999,545 4,538,670 6,052,221 4,565,650 26,980
Interfund Revenue 10,235,977 10,007,100 10,107,100 10,661,690 654,590
Source Total: 205,176,854 201,961,930 203,575,481 206,873,120 4,911,190
STATE OF VIRGINI
A
Noncategorical 7,870,976 7,990,430 7,990,430 7,607,000 (383,430)
Shared Expenses 285,757 276,000 276,000 281,000 5,000
Categorical Aid 5,830,668 5,693,050 5,974,986 5,914,970 221,920
Source Total: 13,987,401 13,959,480 14,241,416 13,802,970 (156,510)
FEDERAL GOVERNMEN
T
Noncategorical 117,471 49,580 49,580 51,280 1,700
Federal Pass Through 2,389,096 2,978,380 3,062,860 2,889,310 (89,070)
Categorical 159,382 500,000 258,097 500,000 -
Source Total: 2,665,949 3,527,960 3,370,537 3,440,590 (87,370)
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
Payment in Lieu of Taxes
1,858,500 1,909,290 1,909,290 1,994,210 84,920
Sale of Assets
- - - - -
Debt Issuance
8,301,825 - - 8,500,000 8,500,000
Transfers from Other Funds
14,029,188 13,864,190 13,864,190 14,142,600 278,410
Use of Fund Balance
- 7,372,830 23,000,547 3,365,300 (4,007,530)
Tap Fees
1,483,293 1,800,000 1,800,000 950,000 (850,000)
Source Total: 25,672,806 24,946,310 40,574,027 28,952,110 4,005,800
ALL SOURCES TOTAL: 247,503,010 244,395,680 261,761,461 253,068,790 8,673,110
REVENUE OVERVIEW
FY 2019
Actual
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2021
Budget
Increase
(Decrease)
Local
Sources
83%
State
6%
Federal
1%
OtherFinancing
Sources
10%
FY2020Budget
Local
Sources
82%
State
6%
Federal
1%
Other
Financing
Sources
11%
FY2021Budget
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REVENUE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund and Source
Fund / Source / Description
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2019
Actual
GENERAL FUND
Local Sources
General Property Taxes 2,686,23076,563,766 79,100,770 79,100,770 81,787,000
Other Local Taxes 930,75021,768,073 20,210,250 20,210,250 21,141,000
Permits, Fees, Licenses )(291,5001,056,333 791,500 791,500 500,000
Fines & Forfeitures 151,500733,094 658,500 658,500 810,000
Interest & Use of Property 251,6002,592,931 221,400 221,400 473,000
Charges for Services )(5,500643,402 605,500 605,500 600,000
Other Local Revenue 52,2105,558,364 3,384,180 3,397,731 3,436,390
3,775,290
Source Total:
108,915,963 104,972,100 104,985,651 108,747,390
State of Vir
g
inia
Noncategorical )(368,4307,837,841 7,940,430 7,940,430 7,572,000
Shared Expenses 5,000285,757 276,000 276,000 281,000
Categorical Aid 63,4304,048,838 3,853,000 4,122,897 3,916,430
)(300,000
Source Total:
12,172,436 12,069,430 12,339,327 11,769,430
Federal Government
Noncategorical -10,542 10,000 10,000 10,000
Federal Pass Through -10,510 - 25,580 -
Categorical -159,382 500,000 258,097 500,000
-
Source Total:
180,434 510,000 293,677 510,000
Other Financin
g
Sources
Payment in Lieu of Taxes 84,9201,858,500 1,909,290 1,909,290 1,994,210
Transfers -17,366 32,800 32,800 32,800
Use of Fund Balance )(600,000- 600,000 4,928,065 -
)(515,080
Source Total:
1,875,866 2,542,090 6,870,155 2,027,010
2,960,210FUND TOTAL: 123,144,699 124,488,810120,093,620 123,053,830
SOCIAL SERVICES FUND
Local Sources
Other Local Revenue -999 - - -
-
Source Total:
999 - - -
State of Vir
g
inia
Categorical Aid 158,4901,546,866 1,832,550 1,832,550 1,991,040
158,490
Source Total:
1,546,866 1,832,550 1,832,550 1,991,040
Federal Government
Federal Pass Through 260,9302,230,257 2,228,380 2,228,380 2,489,310
260,930
Source Total:
2,230,257 2,228,380 2,228,380 2,489,310
Other Financin
g
Sources
Transfers -2,134,928 2,501,440 2,501,440 2,501,440
-
Source Total:
2,134,928 2,501,440 2,501,440 2,501,440
419,420FUND TOTAL: 5,913,050 6,562,3706,562,370 6,981,790
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REVENUE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund and Source
Fund / Source / Description
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2019
Actual
FIRE AND RESCUE FUND
Local Sources
General Property Taxes 613,1109,423,236 9,986,890 9,986,890 10,600,000
Permits, Fees, Licenses )(15,00063,811 80,000 80,000 65,000
Interest & Use of Property -18,632 15,000 15,000 15,000
Charges for Services )(40,000571,888 690,000 690,000 650,000
Other Local Revenue -21,288 - - -
558,110
Source Total:
10,098,855 10,771,890 10,771,890 11,330,000
State of Vir
g
inia
Categorical Aid -223,583 - 12,039 -
-
Source Total:
223,583 - 12,039 -
Federal Government
Federal Pass Through )(350,000148,329 750,000 808,900 400,000
)(350,000
Source Total:
148,329 750,000 808,900 400,000
Other Financin
g
Sources
Use of Fund Balance )(2,125,000- 2,125,000 2,232,146 -
)(2,125,000
Source Total:
- 2,125,000 2,232,146 -
)(1,916,890FUND TOTAL: 10,470,767 13,824,97513,646,890 11,730,000
OWENS BROOKE SERVICE DISTRICT FUND
Local Sources
General Property Taxes -40,501 40,200 40,200 40,200
Interest & Use of Property -3,321 - - -
-
Source Total:
43,822 40,200 40,200 40,200
Other Financin
g
Sources
Use of Fund Balance 300,000- - - 300,000
300,000
Source Total:
- - - 300,000
300,000FUND TOTAL: 43,822 40,20040,200 340,200
PEG FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property -8,461 - - -
Other Local Revenue )(15,000151,624 165,000 165,000 150,000
)(15,000
Source Total:
160,085 165,000 165,000 150,000
)(15,000FUND TOTAL: 160,085 165,000165,000 150,000
SPEIDEN CARPER HOUSE FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property -4,439 - - -
-
Source Total:
4,439 - - -
Other Financin
g
Sources
Use of Fund Balance -- - 370,000 -
-
Source Total:
- - 370,000 -
-FUND TOTAL: 4,439 370,000- -
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REVENUE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund and Source
Fund / Source / Description
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2019
Actual
DEBT SERVICE FUND
Federal Government
Noncategorical -24,373 - - -
-
Source Total:
24,373 - - -
Other Financin
g
Sources
Transfers 163,41010,973,613 10,968,950 10,968,950 11,132,360
163,410
Source Total:
10,973,613 10,968,950 10,968,950 11,132,360
163,410FUND TOTAL: 10,997,986 10,968,95010,968,950 11,132,360
SEWER FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property 152,000277,342 23,000 23,000 175,000
Sales & Connections 501,68014,256,592 15,144,560 15,144,560 15,646,240
Other Local Revenue )(17,55012,209 33,550 1,533,550 16,000
636,130
Source Total:
14,546,143 15,201,110 16,701,110 15,837,240
Other Financin
g
Sources
Debt Issuance -8,301,825 - - -
Transfers -300,000 - - -
Use of Fund Balance )(38,850- 1,363,850 10,359,012 1,325,000
Tap Fees )(550,0001,011,268 1,100,000 1,100,000 550,000
)(588,850
Source Total:
9,613,093 2,463,850 11,459,012 1,875,000
47,280FUND TOTAL: 24,159,236 28,160,12217,664,960 17,712,240
WATER FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property 132,000290,528 18,000 18,000 150,000
Sales & Connections 144,8209,666,817 10,039,300 10,039,300 10,184,120
Other Local Revenue 7,200246,527 218,300 218,300 225,500
284,020
Source Total:
10,203,872 10,275,600 10,275,600 10,559,620
Federal Government
Noncategorical -32,309 - - -
-
Source Total:
32,309 - - -
Other Financin
g
Sources
Debt Issuance 3,900,000- - - 3,900,000
Transfers -300,000 - - -
Use of Fund Balance )(1,001,400- 1,103,400 1,797,257 102,000
Tap Fees )(300,000472,025 700,000 700,000 400,000
2,598,600
Source Total:
772,025 1,803,400 2,497,257 4,402,000
2,882,620FUND TOTAL: 11,008,206 12,772,85712,079,000 14,961,620
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REVENUE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund and Source
Fund / Source / Description
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2019
Actual
ELECTRIC FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property -233,338 23,000 23,000 23,000
Sales & Connections )(1,452,00041,508,588 41,394,240 41,394,240 39,942,240
Other Local Revenue -819,031 715,900 715,900 715,900
Interfund Revenue 66,0601,549,244 1,553,590 1,553,590 1,619,650
)(1,385,940
Source Total:
44,110,201 43,686,730 43,686,730 42,300,790
Other Financin
g
Sources
Use of Fund Balance )(690,280- 1,877,780 2,156,493 1,187,500
)(690,280
Source Total:
- 1,877,780 2,156,493 1,187,500
)(2,076,220FUND TOTAL: 44,110,201 45,843,22345,564,510 43,488,290
STORMWATER FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property -13,935 3,000 3,000 3,000
Charges for Services 296,0601,281,118 1,587,940 1,587,940 1,884,000
Other Local Revenue -50,487 - - -
296,060
Source Total:
1,345,540 1,590,940 1,590,940 1,887,000
Other Financin
g
Sources
Debt Issuance 4,600,000- - - 4,600,000
Use of Fund Balance 311,000- - 30,986 311,000
4,911,000
Source Total:
- - 30,986 4,911,000
5,207,060FUND TOTAL: 1,345,540 1,621,9261,590,940 6,798,000
AIRPORT FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property 157,8302,910,687 2,934,180 2,934,180 3,092,010
Sales & Connections 34,770386,428 342,700 342,700 377,470
Other Local Revenue -17,537 9,800 9,800 9,800
192,600
Source Total:
3,314,652 3,286,680 3,286,680 3,479,280
State of Vir
g
inia
Noncategorical )(15,00033,135 50,000 50,000 35,000
)(15,000
Source Total:
33,135 50,000 50,000 35,000
Federal Government
Noncategorical 1,70050,247 39,580 39,580 41,280
1,700
Source Total:
50,247 39,580 39,580 41,280
Other Financin
g
Sources
Use of Fund Balance -- - 100,065 -
-
Source Total:
- - 100,065 -
179,300FUND TOTAL: 3,398,034 3,476,3253,376,260 3,555,560
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REVENUE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund and Source
Fund / Source / Description
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2019
Actual
SOLID WASTE FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property -19,278 2,000 2,000 2,000
Charges for Services )(20,7303,539,359 3,490,730 3,490,730 3,470,000
Other Local Revenue 501,044 - - 50
)(20,680
Source Total:
3,559,681 3,492,730 3,492,730 3,472,050
State of Vir
g
inia
Categorical Aid -11,381 7,500 7,500 7,500
-
Source Total:
11,381 7,500 7,500 7,500
Other Financin
g
Sources
Use of Fund Balance 107,000- - 10,455 107,000
107,000
Source Total:
- - 10,455 107,000
86,320FUND TOTAL: 3,571,062 3,510,6853,500,230 3,586,550
BUILDING MAINTENANCE FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property -10,083 3,000 3,000 3,000
Interfund Revenue 169,0501,538,800 1,419,070 1,419,070 1,588,120
169,050
Source Total:
1,548,883 1,422,070 1,422,070 1,591,120
Other Financin
g
Sources
Use of Fund Balance -- - 38,961 -
-
Source Total:
- - 38,961 -
169,050FUND TOTAL: 1,548,883 1,461,0311,422,070 1,591,120
V
EHICLE MAINTENANCE FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property -8,784 2,500 2,500 2,500
Other Local Revenue -111,607 - - -
Interfund Revenue 178,6303,375,475 3,480,420 3,480,420 3,659,050
178,630
Source Total:
3,495,866 3,482,920 3,482,920 3,661,550
Other Financin
g
Sources
Transfers 115,000301,281 361,000 361,000 476,000
Use of Fund Balance -- - 129,596 -
115,000
Source Total:
301,281 361,000 490,596 476,000
293,630FUND TOTAL: 3,797,147 3,973,5163,843,920 4,137,550
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REVENUE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund and Source
Fund / Source / Description
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2019
Actual
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property 2,00020,966 8,000 8,000 10,000
Other Local Revenue 708,828 11,940 11,940 12,010
Interfund Revenue 240,8503,772,458 3,554,020 3,654,020 3,794,870
242,920
Source Total:
3,802,252 3,573,960 3,673,960 3,816,880
Other Financin
g
Sources
Transfers -2,000 - - -
Use of Fund Balance )(270,000- 270,000 814,711 -
)(270,000
Source Total:
2,000 270,000 814,711 -
)(27,080FUND TOTAL: 3,804,252 4,488,6713,843,960 3,816,880
CEMETERY TRUST FUND
Local Sources
Interest & Use of Property -3,101 - - -
Charges for Services -22,500 - - -
-
Source Total:
25,601 - - -
Other Financin
g
Sources
Use of Fund Balance -- 32,800 32,800 32,800
-
Source Total:
- 32,800 32,800 32,800
-FUND TOTAL: 25,601 32,80032,800 32,800
ALL FUNDS TOTAL:
$ 8,673,110
$ 247,503,010 $ 244,395,680 $ 261,761,461
$ 253,068,790
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REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
MAJOR REVENUE SOURCES
The City of Manassas budgets and accounts for its revenue within the various funds of the City. However,
revenue is also budgeted and accounted for by source. The revenue sources for the City are as follows:
Local Revenues:
General Property Taxes
Other Taxes
Permits, Fees, Licenses
Fines & Forfeitures
Revenue from the Use of Money and Property (interest and rent)
Charges for Services
Sales & Connections
Other Local Revenue & Interfund Revenue
Revenues from Other Government:
Revenue from the State
Revenue from the Federal Government
Non-revenue Sources:
Payment in Lieu of Taxes and Transfers
Bond Proceeds
Contribution from Fund Balance
In the FY 2021 Budget, General Property Taxes make up 37% of the total revenue and Other Taxes (sales,
business, professional and occupational, meals, utility, etc.) make up 8%. Sales & Connections are 26% of the
total revenue and Revenue from the State and Federal Governments make up 7%. Transfers and Interfund
revenue make up 10%. These six classifications account for 88% of the total revenue.
The General Fund is supported 67% by General Property Taxes, 17% by Other Taxes, and 16% by all other
revenue sources.
The pie chart below shows the FY 2021 Budget (all funds) by funding source.
Transfers &
Interfund
10%
Fund Balance
1%
General
Property Tax
37%
Other Taxes
8%
Sales &
Connections
26%
State & Federal
7%
Other Sources
11%
*Other Sources represents Permits, Licenses, & Fees; Fines & Forfeitures; Interest; Use of Money and Property; Charges for Services;
Miscellaneous Revenues; and Other Financing Sources
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REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
GENERAL PROPERTY TAXES
General Property Taxes are levied on the assessed value of real and personal property. These taxes include real
property taxes and personal property taxes. The tax year for real property taxes is July 1 June 30; the tax year
for personal property taxes is January 1 December 31. These taxes represent 37% ($92 million) of the City's
total resources.
Real Property Taxes
58.1-3201 for General, §27-23.1 for Fire, §15.2-2403 for Special Taxing Districts)
The Real Property Tax Rate decreased from $1.283 to $1.243 and the Fire and Rescue Levy remains at $0.197.
The Owens Brooke Service District Tax Rate decreased from $0.115 to $0.109. Assessments on residential
properties have increased since January 1, 2018 an average of 5.70%. Non-residential property assessments
have increased an average of 8.64%. The average residential tax payer will see a 2.55% or $110 increase to their
tax bill. The average non-residential tax payer will see a 5.10% or $1,056 increase to their tax bill. The average
tax bill for all classes will increase 3.49% or $205. Virginia localities are prohibited from levying separate tax rates
on commercial and residential properties.
Real Estate Tax Base
Total real estate assessments - $5,403 billion in tax year 2021; an increase of 6.70% from the prior year
New construction accounts for $133 million of the real estate assessments (2.46%)
Each penny on the rate generates approximately $520,000 in real estate revenue in FY 2021
The City provided $1,001,181 in Tax Relief for the Elderly and Handicapped Program in FY 2019
The chart below shows a history of revenue collections for Real Property Taxes for the General Fund and Fire and
Rescue Fund.
$51.84
$54.73
$56.31
$58.98
$60.55
$63.63
$63.63
$65.64
$7.75
$8.05
$8.42
$8.80
$9.15
$9.77
$9.77
$10.41
$0.0
$10.0
$20.0
$30.0
$40.0
$50.0
$60.0
$70.0
$80.0
FY 2015
($1.190 +
$0.178)
FY 2016
($1.210 +
$0.178)
FY 2017
($1.220 +
$0.183)
FY 2018
($1.253 +
$0.187)
FY 2019
($1.268 +
$0.192)
FY 2020
Budget
($1.283 +
$0.197)
FY 2020
Proj. ($1.283
+$0.197)
FY 2021
Budget
($1.243
+$0.197)
Millions
Real Property Tax Revenue
(General Fund and Fire & Rescue Fund)
General Tax Levy Fire Levy
53
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
Personal Property Taxes
58.1-3500)
Personal Property Tax is levied on all tangible personal property, including motor vehicles and delivery equipment.
Household goods and personal effects are exempt.
The Tax Rates are below and the resolution which includes the related Code of Virginia sections can be found in
the Policy & Process section of this book.
Machinery & Tools - $2.10
Machinery & Tools Used in Semiconductor Manufacturing TBD
Programmable Computer Equipment - $1.25
Vehicles without motive power, used or designed to be used as manufactured homes - $1.268 (Increased
from $1.253)
Aircraft and Antique Motor Vehicles - $0.00001
Motor Vehicles as identified in sections (e)-(l) in Ordinance O-2017-05 - $0.00001
Business Personal Property - $3.60
All Tangible Personal Property except as specified in O-2017-15 1 (a) – (n) - $3.60
The chart above shows a history of revenue collections for Personal Property Tax.
Below is the billing information for personal property taxes (excluding M&T). The collection rate is 95%-97%.
Classification
FY 2015
FY 2016
FY 2017
FY 2018
FY 2019
Motor Vehicles
$ 8,556,548
$ 9,861,440
10,335,241
10,681,391
11,012,973
Boats & Motors
11,587
9,187
10,558
8,072
12,185
Business Personal Property
1,951,943
1,898,050
2,018,117
2,037,314
2,444,646
Business Computer Equipment
118,282
102,896
109,650
131,229
121,593
PPTRA (State Revenue)
(3,786,634)
(3,786,634)
(3,786,634)
(3,786,634)
(3,786,634)
Total Billed per COR
$ 6,851,726
8,084,939
8,686,932
9,071,372
9,804,763
$6.75
$7.02
$7.44
$8.64
$9.03
$8.62
$8.62
$9.27
$5.07
$4.91
$4.85
$4.79
$4.79
$4.93
$4.93
$5.03
$0.0
$2.0
$4.0
$6.0
$8.0
$10.0
$12.0
$14.0
$16.0
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Budget
FY 2020
Proj.
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Personal Property Tax Revenue
(General Fund)
Personal Property Machinery & Tools
54
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
OTHER LOCAL TAXES
Other Local Taxes are comprised of consumer and business based taxes including Sales Tax, BPOL tax, Vehicle
License Tax, Bank Franchise Tax, Meal Tax, and Cigarette Tax. Other local taxes make up $21.141 million, or
8%, of the City’s total Budget (all in the General Fund).
The chart below shows the trend in Other Local Tax revenue. A more in depth analysis of some of the larger tax
sources can be found on later pages in this analysis.
$0.0
$5.0
$10.0
$15.0
$20.0
$25.0
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj.
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Other Local Taxes
(General Fund)
Sales Tax BPOL Vehicle Licenses
Bank Franchise Tax Meal Cigarette
55
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
Sales Tax
58.1-603)
Sales Tax is levied on the sale, distribution, use, or consumption of tangible personal property, the leasing or
renting of tangible personal property, and the storage of personal property inside or outside Virginia that is for use
in Virginia. The sales tax rate is 6.0%. This is comprised of a 4.3% tax for the State; a 0.70% tax for NVTA and
1.0% for the City. Sales tax revenue in the General Fund reflects the 1.0% sales tax the City receives. Of the
NVTA share, the City is eligible to receive 30% back if the City meets the criteria set forth under HB 2313. This
anticipated revenue is not part of the City’s operating budget, but rather a funding source in the Five-Year Capital
Improvement Program (NVTA source).
Tax receipts are used to project this tax, but revenue is sensitive to underlying price level changes as it will
increase with the price of goods sold. Current year estimates are used in projecting next year’s revenues after
applying overall price assumptions. Changes in the local retail market (such as the opening of new stores, the
performance of existing stores) can affect this revenue stream.
The decline in revenue for FY 2018 is due to a taxpayer filing error which resulted in the State reducing sales tax
proceeds to the City by $1,042,990 to account for four years of restated revenues due to this error. Despite this
one time payback, sales taxes trends show an increase of 2% annually.
$7.56
$8.06
$8.49
$7.14
$8.30
$8.47
$9.48
$0.0
$1.0
$2.0
$3.0
$4.0
$5.0
$6.0
$7.0
$8.0
$9.0
$10.0
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj.
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Sales Tax Revenue
(General Fund)
Budget
56
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
Bank Franchise Tax
(§58.1-1204)
The City of Manassas imposes upon each bank located within the boundaries of the city a tax on net capital
equaling 80% of the state rate of the franchise tax set forth in Section 58.1-1204 in the Code of Virginia. The State
tax rate is currently $1 on each $100 of net capital. Returns are required to be submitted annually to the City no
later than March 1
st
and payment is due June 1
st
.
$0.59
$0.55
$0.64
$0.64
$0.63
$0.63
$0.63
$0.0
$0.1
$0.2
$0.3
$0.4
$0.5
$0.6
$0.7
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj.
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Bank Franchise Tax Revenue
(General Fund)
Budget
57
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
Business, Professional, and Occupational License Tax (BPOL)
58.1-3703)
Business, Professional, and Occupational License Tax is collected from any person who engages in a business,
trade, profession, occupation, or other activity in the City. It is also applied to individuals that maintain a place of
business, either permanent or temporary, or conduct a business related activity. Rates vary depending on
business classification and are generally imposed as a percentage of gross receipts.
Wholesale Merchants (based on gross purchase): $0.05 per $100
Contractors: $0.10 per $100
Retail Merchants: $0.12 per $100
Repair, Personal, and Business Service Operations: $0.22 per $100
Hotels & Motels: $0.22 per $100
Real Estate Services and Professional Services: $0.33 per $100
Financial Services: $0.35 per $100
The chart below reflects the history of revenue (and budget) for BPOL Tax Revenue followed by a table indicating
tax revenue by class (Source - Commissioner of the Revenue). Tax revenue by class is based on returns which
are due annually by March 1
st
. Actual receipts may vary depending on timing of payments.
FY 2015
FY 2016
FY 2017
FY 2018
FY 2019
Retail Merchants
1,041,518
1,058,926
1,186,346
1,279,424
1,233,492
Pers. Services
904,948
935,640
1,091,432
1,759,285
1,170,375
Professional
678,367
726,688
751,688
758,422
763,943
Contractors
176,348
238,833
209,886
275,652
253,598
Wholesale Merchants
59,542
67,138
74,665
87,972
84,420
All Other
188,283
107,315
196,694
187,560
243,763
$ 3,049,015
$ 3,134,540
$3,510,711
$4,348,315
$3,749,591
% Change from Prior
1.3%
2.8%
12.0%
23.85%
-13.61%
*Source Commissioner of the Revenue
$3.08
$3.29
$3.55
$3.59
$3.50
$3.50
$3.50
$0.0
$0.5
$1.0
$1.5
$2.0
$2.5
$3.0
$3.5
$4.0
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj.
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Business, Professional, Occupantional License (BPOL) Tax Revenue
(General Fund)
Budget
58
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
Meal Tax
58.1-2652)
Restaurants and other sellers of prepared food and beverages are required to collect a 4% tax from the consumer
at the time of the sale. These taxes are held in trust by the business until they are remitted to the City (by the 20
th
of the month following the month the taxes were collected.) Meal Tax is collected at a rate of 4% on the value of
the meal. Revenues are budgeted with a 2% annual increase.
$3.41
$3.73
$3.94
$4.19
$4.25
$4.34
$4.46
$0.0
$0.5
$1.0
$1.5
$2.0
$2.5
$3.0
$3.5
$4.0
$4.5
$5.0
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj.
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Meal Tax Revenue
(General Fund)
Budget
59
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
Cigarette Tax
58.1-3840)
A cigarette tax is levied at a rate of $0.65 per pack of cigarettes sold within the City limits. This tax is administered
by the NOVA Cigarette Tax Board.
As shown in the chart, this is a declining revenue stream for the City, due in part to a decrease in the number of
active accounts as well as a decrease in overall cigarette purchases. Revenues are budgeted with a 5% annual
decrease.
$0.84
$0.81
$0.78
$0.71
$0.68
$0.64
$0.57
$0.0
$0.1
$0.2
$0.3
$0.4
$0.5
$0.6
$0.7
$0.8
$0.9
$1.0
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj.
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Cigarette Tax Revenue
(General Fund)
Budget
60
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
Vehicle License Tax
46.2-752)
Vehicle licenses are assessed along with personal property taxes and due October 5
th
of each year. The City’s
vehicle license rates are $25 for vehicles and $10 for motorcycles.
Recordation Tax
58.1-814)
State and local recordation (grantee) taxes are levied when real estate property in the County is sold, conveyed, or
refinanced. The tax is paid by the purchaser of the property.
$0.92
$0.90
$0.91
$0.86
$0.90
$0.90
$0.90
$0.0
$0.1
$0.2
$0.3
$0.4
$0.5
$0.6
$0.7
$0.8
$0.9
$1.0
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj.
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Vehicle License Tax Revenue
(General Fund)
Budget
$0.39
$0.51
$0.60
$0.52
$0.52
$0.52
$0.52
$0.0
$0.1
$0.2
$0.3
$0.4
$0.5
$0.6
$0.7
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj.
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Recordation Tax Revenue
(General Fund)
Budget
61
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
SALES & CONNECTIONS
Sales & Connections revenue makes up 26% or $66.1 million of the City’s total budget. This revenue can be
found in the Sewer, Water, Electric, and Airport funds.
Sewer Fund
The chart below shows a history of revenue for Sales & Connections in the Sewer Fund. It also includes the rate
change (percentage) for each fiscal year. Sales & Connections revenue includes the UOSA Cost Recovery
related to the pass-thru cost of sewer treatment. In years where the actual revenue was less than budgeted, most
of the difference can be attributed to lower UOSA Cost Recovery revenues. Since UOSA is a pass-thru cost, this
is directly linked to lower than budgeted sewer treatment costs.
Sewer
15,646,240
24%
Water
10,184,120
15%
Electric
39,942,240
60%
Airport
377,470
1%
Sales & Connections Revenue
(All Funds)
$12.66
$13.36
$13.89
$13.99
$14.26
$15.14
$15.65
$0.0
$2.0
$4.0
$6.0
$8.0
$10.0
$12.0
$14.0
$16.0
$18.0
FY 2015
0.0%
FY 2016
3.0%
FY 2017
3.0%
FY 2018
0.0%
FY 2019
5.0%
FY 2020
Budget
5.0%
FY 2021
Budget
3.0%
Millions
Fiscal Year / Rate Change Excluding Pass-Thru Costs
Sales & Connection Revenue
(Sewer Fund)
Series2
62
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
Water Fund
The chart below shows a history of revenue for Sales & Connections in the Water Fund. It also includes the rate
change (percentage) for each fiscal year.
Electric Fund
The chart below shows a history of revenue for Sales & Connections in the Electric Fund. It also includes the rate
change (percentage) for each fiscal year. The decrease and resulting gap between budget and actuals shown in
FY 2015 - FY 2016 is a result of losing Micron as an electric customer.
$7.94
$8.82
$8.84
$9.05
$9.67
$10.04
$10.18
$0.0
$2.0
$4.0
$6.0
$8.0
$10.0
$12.0
FY 2015
2.0%
FY 2016
3.0%
FY 2017
5.2%
FY 2018
5.4%
FY 2019
5.0%
FY 2020
Budget
5.0%
FY 2021
Budget
5.0%
Millions
Fiscal Year / Rate Change Excluding Pass-Thru Costs
Sales & Connection Revenue
(Water Fund)
Budget
$46.45
$39.04
$38.20
$40.70
$41.51
$41.39
$39.94
$0.0
$10.0
$20.0
$30.0
$40.0
$50.0
$60.0
$70.0
FY 2015
6.7%
FY 2016
4.0%
FY 2017
3.6%
FY 2018
0.0%
FY 2019
0.0%
FY 2020
Budget
0.0%
FY 2021
Budget
0.0%
Millions
Fiscal Year / Rate Change Excluding Pass-Thru Costs
Sales & Connection Revenue
(Electric Fund)
Budget
63
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
Airport Fund
The chart below shows a history of Sales & Connections charges in the Airport Fund. This revenue is fairly stable
and reliable. In FY 2016, actual revenues were less than budgeted due to lower revenues for Fuel Flowage Fees.
While not a large amount compared to the sales and connections revenue in the utility funds, this is the second
largest revenue source for the Airport. Revenues remain stable.
$0.38
$0.36
$0.37
$0.38
$0.39
$0.34
$0.38
$0.0
$0.1
$0.1
$0.2
$0.2
$0.3
$0.3
$0.4
$0.4
$0.5
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Budget
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Sales & Connection Revenue
(Airport Fund)
Budget
64
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
REVENUE FROM THE STATE
The Commonwealth of Virginia supports the City through Non-Categorical Aid, Shared Expenses, and Categorical
Aid. The State provides 5% of the revenue.
Non-Categorical Aid is revenue to the City without restriction as to use. This includes taxes on communications
services, railroad equipment, car rentals, and deeds. Also included are HB 599 funds in accordance with House
Bill 599 that was enacted in 1981 to provide aid to localities for law enforcement. This law was a companion to
State legislation restricting annexation and thus impeding a city’s ability to increase its boundaries and tax base.
The annual amount is determined based on a formula including the average crime rate, population density, and
certain population characteristics. A share of the total revenue growth Statewide is provided to localities.
Shared Expenses consist of recovered costs for a portion of the salaries and operating expenses of constitutional
and other offices serving the Manassas community, including the City Treasurer, the Commissioner of Revenue,
and the Voter Registrar.
Categorical Aid is revenue given to the City for a specific purpose such as education, public assistance grants,
social service programs, street maintenance, and many police/public safety grants. State reimbursements for the
cost of operating the Social Services Department include cost of personnel services, fringe benefits, non-personal
services, and rent for buildings. The reimbursement rate varies by program from 50-70% of the overall costs
incurred. Street construction and maintenance revenue is received from the Virginia Department of Transportation
to maintain the City’s arterial and collector roads and streets. The revenue is provided based on a statewide
maintenance index of the unit costs used on roads and bridges. Changes in the index are used to calculate and
implement annual per-land-mile rates. The revenue to the City fluctuates based on index changes and the
number of road miles assessed. Funds offset qualifying operating costs recorded in the City’s budget.
Although the School Funds receive the most State revenue in the City budget the General Fund receives 18.4%
mostly for Personal Property Tax Relief (PPTRA), Highway Maintenance, and Communications Tax; the Social
Services Fund receives 2.8% primarily for eligibility service and Children’s Services Act (CSA). Together the other
funds make up less than 1 % of State revenue. State revenue in these funds generally consists of grants.
The chart below shows collection of state revenue for the City as a whole.
$10.5
$11.0
$11.5
$12.0
$12.5
$13.0
$13.5
$14.0
$14.5
FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
State Revenue
General Fund Social Services Fire and Rescue Airport Solid Waste
65
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
REVENUE FROM FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
As with Revenue from the State, the funds the City receives from the Federal Government may be Categorical Aid
or Non-Categorical Aid. The Federal Government provides 1% of the total budget. Majority of federal revenue in
the City is for Education purposes. The Social Services Fund receives 22% of the City’s federal revenue, the
General Fund and Fire and Rescue Fund comprise a total of 12.6% (mostly in the form of grants), and the Airport
receives less than 1% of the Federal Revenue.
The chart below shows collection of federal revenue for the City as a whole.
$0.0
$0.5
$1.0
$1.5
$2.0
$2.5
$3.0
$3.5
$4.0
FY 2014 FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Proj
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Federal Revenue
General Fund Social Services Fire and Rescue Enterprise Funds
66
REVENUE OVERVIEW
Major Revenue Source Analysis
TRANSFERS
There are several operating transfers between funds in the budget. Transfers make up 6% of the budget or $14.1
million. The largest single transfer is in the School Funds and represents the transfer from the General Fund in
accordance with the joint budget resolution. The chart below shows transfer revenues by fund and purpose.
Transfer To Transfer From Purpose Amount
General Fund Cemetery Fund Cemetery Maintenance 32,800
Social Services Fund General Fund Local Match for Social Services 2,501,440
Debt Service Fund General Fund Debt service & future capacity 4,609,520
Fire and Rescue Fund Current debt service 770,000
5,379,520
Vehicle Maintenance Sewer Fund Vehicle Replacement -
Water Fund Vehicle Replacement 62,000
Electric Fund Vehicle Replacement 414,000
476,000
School Funds General Fund 59,850,210
Total Transfers 68,239,970$
$0.0
$10.0
$20.0
$30.0
$40.0
$50.0
$60.0
$70.0
$80.0
FY 2015 FY 2016 FY 2017 FY 2018 FY 2019 FY 2020
Budget
FY 2021
Budget
Millions
Transfer Revenue
Schools Debt Service Fund Social Services Fund
Other Funds General Fund Enterprise Funds
67
GeneralFund‐bySource
Source / Type
LOCAL SOURCES
General Property Taxes 76,563,766 79,100,770 79,100,770 81,787,000 2,686,230
Other Local Taxes 21,768,073 20,210,250 20,210,250 21,141,000 930,750
Permits, Fees, & Licenses 1,056,333 791,500 791,500 500,000 (291,500)
Fines & Forfeitures 733,094 658,500 658,500 810,000 151,500
Interest & Use of Property 2,592,931 221,400 221,400 473,000 251,600
Charges for Services 643,402 605,500 605,500 600,000 (5,500)
Other Local Revenue 5,558,364 3,384,180 3,397,731 3,436,390 52,210
Source Total: 108,915,963 104,972,100 104,985,651 108,747,390 3,775,290
STATE OF VIRGINI
A
Noncategorical 7,837,841 7,940,430 7,940,430 7,572,000 (368,430)
Shared Expenses 285,757 276,000 276,000 281,000 5,000
Categorical Aid 4,048,838 3,853,000 4,122,897 3,916,430 63,430
Source Total: 12,172,436 12,069,430 12,339,327 11,769,430 (300,000)
FEDERAL GOVERNMENT
Noncategorical 10,542 10,000 10,000 10,000 -
Federal Pass Through 10,510 - 25,580 - -
Categorical 159,382 500,000 258,097 500,000 -
Source Total: 180,434 510,000 293,677 510,000 -
OTHER FINANCING SOURCES
Payment in Lieu of Taxes
1,858,500 1,909,290 1,909,290 1,994,210 84,920
Transfers from Other Funds
17,366 32,800 32,800 32,800 -
Use of Fund Balance
- 600,000 4,928,065 - (600,000)
Source Total: 1,875,866 2,542,090 6,870,155 2,027,010 (515,080)
ALL SOURCES TOTAL: 123,144,699 120,093,620 124,488,810 123,053,830 2,960,210
REVENUE OVERVIE
W
FY 2019
Actual
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2021
Budget
Increase
(Decrease)
General
Property
Taxes
66%
Other
Taxes
17%
State&
Federal
10%
Other
Sources
7%
FY2020Budget
$120,093,620
General
Property
Taxes
67%
Other
Taxes
17%
State&
Federal
10%
Other
Sources
6%
FY2021Budget
$123,053,830
68
EXPENDITURE OVERVIE
W
AllFunds‐byFund
Fund
General Fund 118,018,668 120,093,620 124,488,809 123,053,830 2,960,210
Social Services Fund 5,913,046 6,562,370 6,562,370 6,981,790 419,420
Fire and Rescue Fund 10,135,221 13,646,890 13,824,975 11,730,000 (1,916,890)
Owens Brooke Service District F
u
6,323 40,200 40,200 340,200 300,000
PEG Fund 50,418 165,000 165,000 150,000 (15,000)
Speiden Carper House Fund 13,796 - 370,000 - -
Debt Service Fund 8,061,673 10,968,950 10,968,950 11,132,360 163,410
Sewer Fund 14,340,665 17,664,960 28,160,121 17,712,240 47,280
Water Fund 9,408,219 12,079,000 12,772,856 14,961,620 2,882,620
Electric Fund 41,244,667 45,564,510 45,843,223 43,488,290 (2,076,220)
Stormwater Fund 1,160,097 1,590,940 1,621,925 6,798,000 5,207,060
Airport Fund 4,135,817 3,376,260 3,476,324 3,555,560 179,300
Solid Waste Fund 3,124,257 3,500,230 3,510,685 3,586,550 86,320
Building Maintenance Fund 1,308,042 1,422,070 1,461,031 1,591,120 169,050
Vehicle Maintenance Fund 3,696,036 3,843,920 3,973,516 4,137,550 293,630
Information Technology Fund 3,782,682 3,843,960 4,488,671 3,816,880 (27,080)
Cemetery Trust Fund 17,366 32,800 32,800 32,800 -
ALL FUNDS TOTAL: 224,416,993 244,395,680 261,761,456 253,068,790 8,673,110
FY 2019
Actual
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2021
Budget
Increase
(Decrease)
General
Fund
49%
Social
Services
3%
Fire&
Rescue
6%
Debt
Service
4%
Utilities
31%
Other
Funds
3%
Internal
Svcs
4%
FY2020Budget
$244,395,680
GeneralFund
48%
Social
Services
3%
Fire&
Rescue
5%
Debt
Service
4%
Utilities
30%
Other
Funds
6%
Internal
Svcs
4%
FY2021Budget
$253,068,790
69
EXPENDITURE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund Type
Fund Type / Fund
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2019
Actual
GENERAL FUND
General Fund 2,960,210120,093,620118,018,668 124,488,809 123,053,830
123,053,830124,488,809118,018,668 120,093,620
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
2,960,210
DEBT SERVICE FUND
Debt Service Fund 163,41010,968,9508,061,673 10,968,950 11,132,360
11,132,36010,968,9508,061,673 10,968,950
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
163,410
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS
Social Services Fund 419,4206,562,3705,913,046 6,562,370 6,981,790
Fire and Rescue Fund )(1,916,89013,646,89010,135,221 13,824,975 11,730,000
Owens Brooke Service District
Fund
300,00040,2006,323 40,200 340,200
PEG Fund )(15,000165,00050,418 165,000 150,000
Speiden Carper House Fund --13,796 370,000 -
19,201,99020,962,54516,118,804 20,414,460
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
)(1,212,470
ENTERPRISE FUNDS
Sewer Fund 47,28017,664,96014,340,665 28,160,121 17,712,240
Water Fund 2,882,62012,079,0009,408,219 12,772,856 14,961,620
Electric Fund )(2,076,22045,564,51041,244,667 45,843,223 43,488,290
Stormwater Fund 5,207,0601,590,9401,160,097 1,621,925 6,798,000
Airport Fund 179,3003,376,2604,135,817 3,476,324 3,555,560
Solid Waste Fund 86,3203,500,2303,124,257 3,510,685 3,586,550
90,102,26095,385,13473,413,722 83,775,900
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
6,326,360
INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS
Building Maintenance Fund 169,0501,422,0701,308,042 1,461,031 1,591,120
Vehicle Maintenance Fund 293,6303,843,9203,696,036 3,973,516 4,137,550
Information Technology Fund )(27,0803,843,9603,782,682 4,488,671 3,816,880
9,545,5509,923,2188,786,760 9,109,950
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
435,600
PERMANENT FUND
Cemetery Trust Fund -32,80017,366 32,800 32,800
32,80032,80017,366 32,800
FUND TYPE TOTAL:
-
ALL FUNDS TOTAL:
$ 8,673,110$ 244,395,680$ 224,416,993 $ 261,761,456
$ 253,068,790
General
Fund
49%
Special Revenue Funds
8%
Debt
Service
Fund
5%
Enterprise
Funds
34%
Internal Service
Funds
4%
FY2020Budget
General
Fund
49%
Special Revenue Funds
7%
Debt
Service
Fund
4%
Enterprise
Funds
36%
Internal Service
Funds
4%
FY2021Budget
70
Function
General Government 15,567,664 17,454,180 19,264,602 18,309,150 854,970
Public Safety & Judicial 32,770,962 37,323,265 38,079,598 36,320,830 (1,002,435)
Public Works 7,964,851 8,789,810 9,048,361 9,308,440 518,630
Health & Human Services 10,808,523 12,206,890 12,206,890 12,769,400 562,510
Comm. Enhancement & Dev. 6,764,268 7,413,570 8,497,782 7,667,020 253,450
Debt Service 20,492,705 22,359,760 22,359,760 23,738,670 1,378,910
Capital & Other 11,572,622 10,824,500 21,222,581 18,173,600 7,349,100
Enterprise 60,262,827 69,234,230 72,292,409 66,931,470 (2,302,760)
Public Education 58,212,570 58,789,475 58,789,475 59,850,210 1,060,735
ALL FUNDS TOTAL: 224,416,992 244,395,680 261,761,458 253,068,790 8,673,110
EXPENDITURE OVERVIE
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AllFunds‐byFunction
FY 2019
Actual
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2021
Budget
Increase
(Decrease)
General
Gov.
7%
PublicSafety
&Judicial
14%
Public
Works
4%
Health&
HumanServ.
5%
CommEnhan
&Dev
3%
DebtService
9%
Capital&
Other
7%
Enterprise
26%
Public
Education
24%
FY2021Budget
$253,068,790
General
Gov.
7%
PublicSafety
&Judicial
15%
PublicWorks
4%
Health&
HumanServ.
5%
Comm
Enhan&Dev
3%
DebtService
9%
Capital&
Other
5%
Enterprise
28%
Public
Education
24%
FY2020Budget
$244,395,680
71
EXPENDITURE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund and Department
Fund / Department
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2020
Amended
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2019
Actual
GENERAL FUND
Non-Departmental 90,38011,716,253 9,651,080 11,820,137 9,741,460
Shared Services 588,75010,624,776 11,775,050 11,858,911 12,363,800
City Council 15,950395,194 396,160 396,160 412,110
City Clerk 9,400273,150 290,490 290,490 299,890
City Manager 38,0501,004,836 1,149,860 1,149,860 1,187,910
City Attorney 28,410305,214 447,320 447,320 475,730
Voter Registration & Elections 2,880309,907 356,350 356,350 359,230
Treasurer 15,880823,829 874,170 874,170 890,050
Commissioner of the Revenue 75,5901,401,675 1,409,720 1,409,720 1,485,310
Finance 57,5201,810,413 2,005,020 2,205,140 2,062,540
Human Resources 35,7901,814,223 1,910,640 2,385,640 1,946,430
Police 531,48516,033,542 16,578,845 17,073,233 17,110,330
Engineering )(24,9001,385,983 1,390,430 1,390,430 1,365,530
Public Works 243,5306,555,176 7,321,880 7,580,431 7,565,410
Community Development 175,9104,374,932 4,755,110 5,376,066 4,931,020
Economic Development 14,850976,995 992,020 1,085,276 1,006,870
Schools Transfer (Operating) 1,060,73558,212,570 58,789,475 58,789,475 59,850,210
2,960,210
FUND TOTAL:
118,018,668
120,093,620
124,488,809 123,053,830
SOCIAL SERVICES FUND
Social Services 419,4205,913,046 6,562,370 6,562,370 6,981,790
419,420
FUND TOTAL:
5,913,046
6,562,370
6,562,370 6,981,790
FIRE AND RESCUE FUND
Fire and Rescue )(1,916,89010,135,221 13,646,890 13,824,975 11,730,000
)(1,916,890
FUND TOTAL:
10,135,221
13,646,890
13,824,975 11,730,000
OWENS BROOKE SERVICE DISTRICT FUND
Public Works 300,0006,323 40,200 40,200 340,200
300,000
FUND TOTAL:
6,323
40,200
40,200 340,200
PEG FUND
Finance )(15,00050,418 165,000 165,000 150,000
)(15,000
FUND TOTAL:
50,418
165,000
165,000 150,000
SPEIDEN CARPER HOUSE FUND
Community Development 013,796 - 370,000 0
-
FUND TOTAL:
13,796
-
370,000 -
DEBT SERVICE FUND
Non-Departmental 163,4108,061,673 10,968,950 10,968,950 11,132,360
163,410
FUND TOTAL:
8,061,673
10,968,950
10,968,950 11,132,360
72
EXPENDITURE OVERVIE
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All Funds - by Fund and Department
Fund / Department
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2020
Amended
Increase
(Decrease)
FY 2019
Actual
SEWER FUND
Utilities 47,28014,340,665 17,664,960 28,160,121 17,712,240
47,280
FUND TOTAL:
14,340,665
17,664,960
28,160,121 17,712,240
WATER FUND
Utilities 2,882,6209,408,219 12,079,000 12,772,856 14,961,620
2,882,620
FUND TOTAL:
9,408,219
12,079,000
12,772,856 14,961,620
ELECTRIC FUND
Utilities )(2,076,22041,244,667 45,564,510 45,843,223 43,488,290
)(2,076,220
FUND TOTAL:
41,244,667
45,564,510
45,843,223 43,488,290
STORMWATER FUND
Utilities 5,207,0601,160,097 1,590,940 1,621,925 6,798,000
5,207,060
FUND TOTAL:
1,160,097
1,590,940
1,621,925 6,798,000
AIRPORT FUND
Airport 179,3004,135,817 3,376,260 3,476,324 3,555,560
179,300
FUND TOTAL:
4,135,817
3,376,260
3,476,324 3,555,560
SOLID WASTE FUND
Public Works 86,3203,124,257 3,500,230 3,510,685 3,586,550
86,320
FUND TOTAL:
3,124,257
3,500,230
3,510,685 3,586,550
BUILDING MAINTENANCE FUND
Public Works 169,0501,308,042 1,422,070 1,461,031 1,591,120
169,050
FUND TOTAL:
1,308,042
1,422,070
1,461,031 1,591,120
V
EHICLE MAINTENANCE FUND
Public Works 293,6303,696,036 3,843,920 3,973,516 4,137,550
293,630
FUND TOTAL:
3,696,036
3,843,920
3,973,516 4,137,550
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY FUND
Finance )(27,0803,782,682 3,843,960 4,488,671 3,816,880
)(27,080
FUND TOTAL:
3,782,682
3,843,960
4,488,671 3,816,880
CEMETERY TRUST FUND
Public Works 017,366 32,800 32,800 32,800
-
FUND TOTAL:
17,366
32,800
32,800 32,800
ALL FUNDS TOTAL:
8,673,110$ 261,761,456 253,068,790$ 224,416,993 $ 244,395,680
73
Function
General Government 8,138,436 10,013,730 11,310,630 10,293,200 279,470
Public Safety & Judicial 22,635,733 23,676,375 24,254,624 24,590,830 914,455
Public Works 7,941,162 8,716,810 8,975,361 8,935,440 218,630
Health & Human Services 4,895,474 5,644,520 5,644,520 5,787,610 143,090
Comm. Enhancement & Dev. 6,750,472 7,413,570 8,127,782 7,667,020 253,450
Debt Service 4,701,722 4,519,140 4,519,140 4,609,520 90,380
Capital & Other 4,743,102 1,320,000 2,867,277 1,320,000 -
Public Education 58,212,570 58,789,475 58,789,475 59,850,210 1,060,735
ALL FUNDS TOTAL: 118,018,671 120,093,620 124,488,809 123,053,830 2,960,210
EXPENDITURE OVERVIEW
GeneralFund‐byFunction
FY 2019
Actual
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2021
Budget
Increase
(Decrease)
General
Gov.
8%
Public
Safety&
Judicial
20%
Public
Works
7%
Health&
Human
Serv.
5%
Comm
Enhan&
Dev
6%
Debt
Service
4%
Capital&
Other
1%
Public
Education
49%
FY2020Budget
$120,093,620
General
Gov.
8%
Public
Safety&
Judicial
20%
Public
Works
7%
Health&
Human
Serv.
5%
Comm
Enhan&
Dev
6%
Debt
Service
4%
Capital&
Other
1%
Public
Education
49%
FY2021Budget
$123,053,830
74
Department
City Council 395,194 396,160 396,160 412,110 15,950
City Clerk 273,150 290,490 290,490 299,890 9,400
City Manager 1,004,836 1,149,860 1,149,860 1,187,910 38,050
City Attorney 305,214 447,320 447,320 475,730 28,410
Voter Registration & Election
s
309,907 356,350 356,350 359,230 2,880
Treasurer 823,829 874,170 874,170 890,050 15,880
Commissioner of the Revenu
e
1,401,675 1,409,720 1,409,720 1,485,310 75,590
Finance 1,810,413 2,005,020 2,205,140 2,062,540 57,520
Human Resources 1,814,223 1,910,640 2,385,640 1,946,430 35,790
Shared Services 10,624,776 11,775,050 11,858,911 12,363,800 588,750
Police 16,033,542 16,578,845 17,073,233 17,110,330 531,485
Engineering 1,385,983 1,390,430 1,390,430 1,365,530 (24,900)
Public Works 6,555,176 7,321,880 7,580,431 7,565,410 243,530
Community Development 4,374,932 4,755,110 5,376,066 4,931,020 175,910
Economic Development 976,995 992,020 1,085,276 1,006,870 14,850
Schools Transfer (Operating) 58,212,570 58,789,475 58,789,475 59,850,210 1,060,735
Non-Departmental 11,716,253 9,651,080 11,820,137 9,741,460 90,380
ALL FUNDS TOTAL: 118,018,668 120,093,620 124,488,809 123,053,830 2,960,210
EXPENDITURE OVERVIE
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GeneralFund‐byDepartmen
t
FY 2019
Actual
FY 2020
Adopted
FY 2020
Amended
FY 2021
Budget
Increase
(Decrease)
Schools
Transfer
49%
Shared
Services
10%
Other
8%
Admin
5%
Elected
2%
Police
14%
PublicWorks&
Eng.
7%
Comm.&Econ.
Dev.
5%
FY2020Budget
$120,093,620
Schools
Transfer
49%
Shared
Services
10%
Other
8%
Admin
5%
Elected
2%
Police
14%
PublicWorks
&Eng.
7%
Comm.&
Econ.Dev.
5%
FY2021Budget
$123,053,830
75
GENERAL FUND
Property Taxes 81,787,000 84,134,960 86,552,353 89,041,241 91,603,750
Other Local Taxes 21,141,000 21,530,580 21,934,127 22,351,947 22,784,359
Permits, Fees, Licenses 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000 500,000
Fines & Forfeitures 810,000 810,000 810,000 810,000 810,000
Interest & Rent 473,000 473,000 473,000 473,000 473,000
Charges for Services 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000 600,000
Miscellaneous 3,436,390 3,436,390 3,436,390 3,436,390 3,436,390
State / Federal 12,279,430 12,279,430 12,279,430 12,279,430 12,279,430
Transfers / PILT 2,027,010 2,027,010 2,027,010 2,027,010 2,027,010
TOTAL REVENUE: 123,053,830 125,791,370 128,612,310 131,519,018 134,513,939
Increase (Decrease) 2,737,540 2,820,940 2,906,708 2,994,921
Shared Services
12,363,800 12,981,989 13,631,089 14,312,643 15,028,276
School Funding
59,850,210 60,932,157 62,035,743 63,161,402 64,309,573
City Funding 50,839,821 51,856,617 52,893,750 53,951,625 55,030,657
TOTAL EXPENDITURES: 123,053,830 125,770,764 128,560,582 131,425,669 134,368,505
Increase (Decrease) 2,716,934 2,789,818 2,865,088 2,942,836
SUMMARY:
Revenue 123,053,830 125,791,370 128,612,310 131,519,018 134,513,939
Expenditures 123,053,830 125,770,764 128,560,582 131,425,669 134,368,505
Excess (Deficit) - 20,606 51,728 93,349 145,434
ESTIMATED UNASSIGNED FUND BALANCE:
Beginning of the Year
18,490,341 18,490,341 18,564,654 18,987,795 19,423,802
(Use of) Contribution To
- 74,313 423,141 436,006 449,238
End of Year 18,490,341 18,564,654 18,987,795 19,423,802 19,873,039
As % of General Revenue
15% 15% 15% 15% 15%
Revenue Assum
p
tions:
Ex
p
enditure Assum
p
tions:
Fund Balance Assum
p
tions:
Property Taxes includes Real Estate Taxes which is projected with approximately a 3% annual increase and
Business and Personal Property which is projected with approximately a 2% annual increase. Other Local Taxes
are projected to increase approximately 2% annually. All other revenues are projected flat.
City expenditures are estimated to increase 2% annually. The funding for Schools operations is estimated to
increase 2% annually. Shared Services are estimated to increase 5% annually.
The City's General Fund Unassigned Fund Balance policy is 15%. If budgeted expenditures are fully spent it
would drop below 15%. Sufficient savings are anticipated annually to prevent this from occurring. If savings are
not sufficient in any year, Council can uncommit Capital Reserves to cover the deficit.
FINANCIAL OVERVIE
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Five‐YearForecast
FY 2021
Budget
FY 2022
Projected
FY 2023
Projected
FY 2024
Projected
FY 2025
Projected
76
Explanation of Significant Staffing Level Changes:
FY14 - Created Economic Development Department
STAFFING OVERVIEW
Ten‐YearStaffingHistory
FY19 - Additional Staffing for Expanded Medicaid and Public Safety
FY21 - Additional Staffing for City Attorney, Public Works Building Maintenance and Solid Waste, Stormwater
Program, Airport, Police Red Light Photo Program and State Mandated Social Services
FY18 - Additional Staffing for Public Safety, Hired In House City Attorney
250.00
300.00
350.00
400.00
450.00
500.00
550.00
600.00
650.00
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
468.46
473.33
478.33
478.33
478.58
483.18
491.53
500.05 501.05
509.05
Full-Time Equivalent
Fiscal Year
77
2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021
Function
General Government
City Clerk 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 3.00 2.00 2.00 2.00
City Manager 2.00 8.00 8.00 10.00 10.00 11.00 5.00 5.00 5.00 5.00
City Attorney 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.00 2.00 2.00 3.00
Voter Registration 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.05 2.15 2.75 3.00 3.00 3.00
Treasurer 6.00 6.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00
Commission of Revenue 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00 11.00
Finance 30.55 27.05 27.30 25.30 25.30 26.30 25.30 26.55 27.55 27.55
Human Resources 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00
Public Safety
Police 127.00 127.00 127.25 127.25 126.50 127.00 129.25 130.25 130.25 131.75
Fire & Rescue 59.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 60.00 62.00 64.00 66.00 66.00 66.00
Public Works
Public Works 58.50 58.50 59.50 59.50 60.50 62.00 55.00 55.00 55.00 56.50
Engineering 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 14.00 10.00 9.00 9.00
Community Enhancements & Development
Community Development 33.75 33.75 33.75 33.75 33.75 33.75 33.75 35.25 35.25 35.25
Economic Development 0.00 0.00 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 2.50 3.00 3.00 3.00
Health & Human Service
s
36.11 37.48 37.48 37.48 37.48 37.48 37.98 40.00 40.00 42.00
Utilities
92.50 92.50 92.50 92.50 92.50 91.00 86.00 90.00 91.00 92.00
Airport
7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 7.00 8.00
Total 468.46 473.33 478.33 478.33 478.58 483.18 491.53 500.05 501.05 509.05
Explanation of Significant Staffing Level Changes by Function:
FY13 - Human Resources moved from Finance to City Manager
FY14 - Creation of Economic Development Department
STAFFING OVERVIE
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Ten‐YearStaffingHistory
FY21 - Brought additional Legal Services in house, Staffing for Police Red Light Photo Program, State Mandated Social
Services Staffing, Additional staffing for Public Works, Stormwater Program and Airport
FY19 - Reorganization to move Stormwater Program and Electrical Engineers from Engineering to Utilities, Additional staffing
for Medicaid Expansion, Additional staffing for Public Safety
FY18 - Reorganization to create Engineering Department (staff moved from Public Works & Utilities), Human Resources
moved out of City Manager, Additional staffing for Public Safety, Brought Legal Services in house
78
# FTE # FTE # FTE # FTE
General Fund 319 271.00 319 271.00 322 273.50 3 2.50
Special Revenue Funds
Social Services Fund 41 40.00 41 40.00 43 42.00 2 2.00
Fire and Rescue Fund 66 66.00 66 66.00 66 66.00 - -
Enterprise Funds
Water & Sewer Funds 35 35.00 35 35.00 37 37.00 2 2.00
Electric Fund 53 53.00 53 53.00 53 53.00 - -
Stormwater Fund 3 3.00 3 3.
00 2 2.00 (1) (1.00)
Airport Fund 7 7.
00 7 7.00 8 8.00 1 1.00
Solid Waste Fund 1 1.00 1 1.00 2 1.50 1 0.50
Internal Service Funds
Building Maintenance Fund 4 4.00 4 4.00 5 5.00 1 1.00
Vehicle Maintenance Fund 8 8.00 8 8.00 8 8.00 - -
Information Technology Fund 14 13.05 14 13.05 14 13.05 - -
Total City of Manassas 551 501.05 551 501.
05 560 509.05 9 8.00
STAFFING OVERVIE
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StaffingbyFund
FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020
Adopted Amended Budget Adopted
271.00FTE
106.00FTE
99.00FTE
25.05FTE
271.00FTE
106.00FTE
99.00FTE
25.05FTE
273.50FTE
108.00FTE
101.50FTE
26.05FTE
GeneralFund SpecialRevenueFunds EnterpriseFunds InternalServiceFunds
0.00FTE
50.00FTE
100.00FTE
150.00FTE
200.00FTE
250.00FTE
300.00FTE
Adopted Amended Budget
79
# FTE # FTE # FTE # FTE # FTE
General Government
City Clerk 2 2.00 2 2.00 - - 2 2.00 - -
City Manager 5 5.00 5 5.00 - - 5 5.00 - -
City Attorney 2 2.00 2 2.00 - - 3 3.00 1 1.00
Voter Registration 7 3.00 7 3.00 - - 7 3.00 - -
Treasurer 7 7.00 7 7.00 - - 7 7.00 - -
Com
missioner of Revenue 11 11.00 11 11.
00 - - 11 11.00 - -
Finance 29 27.55 29 27.55 - - 29 27.55 - -
Human Resources 7 7.00 7 7.00 - - 7 7.00 - -
Public Safety
Police 134 130.25 134 130.25 - - 136 131.75 2 1.50
Fire and Rescue 66 66.00 66 66.00 - - 66 66.00 - -
Health & Human Services
Social Services 41 40.00 41 40.00 - - 43 42.00 2 2.00
Public Works
Engineering 9 9.00 9 9.00 - - 9 9.00 - -
Public Works 55 55.00 55 55.00 - - 57 56.50 2 1.50
Community Enhancements & Development
Community Development 75 35.25 75 35.25 - - 75 35.25 - -
Economic Development 3 3.00 3 3.00 - - 3 3.00 - -
Other
Utilities 91 91.00 91 91.00 - - 92 92.00 1 1.00
Airport 7 7.00 7 7.00 - - 8 8.00 1 1.00
Total City of Manassas 551 501.05 551 501.05 - - 560 509.05 9 8.00
STAFFING OVERVIE
W
StaffingbyFunction&Department
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
FY 2020
Amended
Over (Under)
FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
Adopted Amended Budget AdoptedAdopted
GeneralGov't
65.55FTE
PublicSafety
197.75FTE
PublicWorks
65.50FTE
Health&HumanServices
42.00FTE
Comm.&Econ.Dev.
38.25FTE
Utilities
92.00FTE
Airport
8.00FTE
80
Position Department # FTE FTE
FY 2020 Adopted Staffing Plan 551 501.05
Animal Control Officer Police
1 1.00
Police Officer Police
(1) (1.00)
0.00
Fire & Rescue Lieutenant Fire and Rescue
3 3.00
Firefighter/Technician Fire and Rescue
45 45.00
Firefighter Master Technician Fire and Rescue
(9) (9.00)
Firefighter Medic Fire and Rescue
(24) (24.00)
Firefighter EMT Fire and Rescue
(15) (15.00)
0.00
Site Inspector, Senior Engineering
1 1.00
Site Inspector Engineering
(1) (1.00)
0.00
Assistant Director, Public Works Public Works - Admin
1 1.00
Street Maintenance Manager Public Works - Streets
(1) (1.00)
Equipment Operator Public Works - Streets
2 2.00
Crew Leader, Streets Public Works - Streets
(2) (2.00)
0.00
Family Services Specialist Social Services
1 1.00
Self Sufficiency Specialist Social Services
1 0.50
Benefit Program Specialist Social Services
(2) (1.50)
0.00
Assistant Director, Economic Development Economic Development
1 1.00
Economic Development Coordinator Economic Development
(1) (1.00)
0.00
Utilities Project Coordinator Utilities - Water/Sewer
1 1.00
Crew Leader, Water & Sewer Utilities - Water/Sewer
(1) (1.00)
0.00
FY 2020 Amended Staffing Plan 551 501.05 0.00
Assistant City Attorney City Attorney
1 1.00
1.00
Police Officer - Red Light Photo Enforcement Police
2 1.50
1.50
Building Maintenance Technician I Public Works - Building Maint.
1 1.00
Administrative Assistant I Public Works - Solid Waste
1 0.50
1.50
STAFFING OVERVIE
W
StaffingChanges
81
Position Department # FTE FTE
STAFFING OVERVIE
W
StaffingChanges
Family Services Specialist Social Services
1 1.00
Self Sufficiency Specialist Social Services
1 1.00
2.00
Stormwater Program Manager Utilities - Stormwater
1 1.00
Environmental Program Manager Utilities - Water/Sewer
1 1.00
Environmental Program Manager Utilities - Stormwater
(1) (1.00)
Laboratory Analyst Utilities - Water/Sewer
1 1.00
Laboratory Analyst Utilities - Stormwater
(1) (1.00)
1.00
Airport Maintenance Worker Airport
1 1.00
1.00
FY 2021 Staffing Plan 560 509.05 8.00
82
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
CITY CLERK
City Clerk 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Deputy City Clerk 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
CITY MANAGER
Administration
City Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Deputy City Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Executive Assistant 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
Communications
Communications Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Communications Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 5
5.00
5
5.00
-
-
5
5.00
-
-
CITY ATTORNEY
City Attorney 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Assistant City Attorney -
-
-
-
-
-
1
1.00
1
1.00
Paralegal 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL
2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
3
3.00
1
1.00
VOTER REGISTRATION & ELECTIONS
General Registrar 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Deputy Registrar 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Assistant Registrar 5
1.00
5
1.00
-
-
5
1.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 7
3.00
7
3.00
-
-
7
3.00
-
-
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
83
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
TREASURER
City Treasurer 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Chief Deputy City Treasurer 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Deputy Treasurer, Compliance 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Deputy Treasurer, Finance 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Revenue Specialist
(I, II) 3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 7
7.00
7
7.00
-
-
7
7.00
-
-
COMMISSIONER OF THE REVENUE
Administration
Commissioner of the Revenue 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Chief Deputy Commissioner of
the Revenue
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Real Estate
Real Estate Appraiser II 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Real Estate Appraiser I 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Real Estate Specialist 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 4
4.00
4
4.00
-
-
4
4.00
-
-
Tax Services
Personal Property Tax Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Tax Specialist 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Division Total 3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
Compliance
Business Tax Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Business Tax Auditor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 11
11.00
11
11.00
-
-
11
11.00
-
-
84
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
FINANCE
Administration
Finance Director 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Budget
Budget Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Budget Analyst 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Accounting
Accounting Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Accountant, Senior 2
1.50
2
1.50
-
-
2
1.50
-
-
Accountant
(I, II) 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Accounting Technician
(I, II) 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 6
5.50
6
5.50
-
-
6
5.50
-
-
Purchasing
Procurement Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Buyer, Senior 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Buyer 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Warehouse Technician II 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Warehouse Technician I 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 5
5.00
5
5.00
-
-
5
5.00
-
-
Information Technology
Information Technology Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
IT Telecommunications
Administrator
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
IT Network Administrator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
IT Specialist 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
IT Technician 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
IT ERP Administrator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
85
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
ERP Analyst 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
IT Public Safety System Analyst 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
IT Public Safety Specialist 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Videographer (PEG) 1
0.05
1
0.05
-
-
1
0.05
-
-
GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS (GIS)
GIS Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
GIS Database Administrator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
GIS Enterprise Application
Specialist
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
GIS Analyst 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 14
13.05
14
13.05
-
-
14
13.05
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 29
27.55
29
27.55
-
-
29
27.55
-
-
HUMAN RESOURCES
Human Resources Director 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Risk and Safety Analyst, Senior 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Risk and Safety Analyst 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Human Resources Analyst, Senio
r
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Human Resources Analyst 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Administrative Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 7
7.00
7
7.00
-
-
7
7.00
-
-
POLICE
Administration
Police Chief 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Police Captain 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Police Lieutenant 2
2.00
1
1.00
(1)
(1.00)
1
1.00
(1)
(1.00)
Police Sergeant 2
2.00
3
3.00
1
1.00
3
3.00
1
1.00
Police Officer
(recruit, I, II, III) 2
2.00
4
4.00
2
2.00
4
4.00
2
2.00
Crime Prevention Specialist 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Police Accreditation Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Property & Evidence Technician 2
1.50
2
1.50
-
-
2
1.50
-
-
Police Records Specialist 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
86
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
Gang Task Force Executive
Coordinator Restricted/Grant
1
0.75
1
0.75
-
-
1
0.75
-
-
Administrative Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Assistant I 1
0.75
1
0.75
-
-
1
0.75
-
-
Fiscal Specialist, Public Safety 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 18
17.00
20
19.00
2
2.00
20
19.00
2
2.00
Patrol Services
Police Captain 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Police Lieutenant 7
7.00
8
8.00
1
1.00
8
8.00
1
1.00
Police Sergeant 7
7.00
7
7.00
-
-
7
7.00
-
-
Police Officer
(recruit, I, II, III) 51
51.00
50
50.00
(1)
(1.00)
50
50.00
(1)
(1.00)
Police Officer (recruit, I, II, III)
School Resource Officer
3
2.50
3
2.50
-
-
3
2.50
-
-
Police Officer (recruit, I, II, III)
Red Light Photo Enforcement
-
-
-
-
-
-
2
1.50
2
1.50
Parking Enforcement Officer
6
5.25
6
5.25
-
-
6
5.25
-
-
Division Total 75
73.75
75
73.75
-
-
77
75.25
2
1.50
Investigative Services
Police Captain
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Police Lieutenant
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Police Sergeant
3
3.00
2
2.00
(1)
(1.00)
2
2.00
(1)
(1.00)
Police Officer
(recruit, I, II, III)
10
10.00
9
9.00
(1)
(1.00)
9
9.00
(1)
(1.00)
Police Officer
(recruit, I, II, III)
Internet Crimes Against Children
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Police Officer
(recruit, I, II, III)
Gang Task Force
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Crime Analyst 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Assistant II 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 19
19.00
17
17.00
(2)
(2.00)
17
17.00
(2)
(2.00)
87
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
Communications Center
Public Safety Communications
Manager
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Public Safety Communications
Supervisor
3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
Public Safety Communications
Specialist
(I, II)
11
10.50
11
10.50
-
-
11
10.50
-
-
Division Total 15
14.50
15
14.50
-
-
15
14.50
-
-
Animal Control
Police Sergeant 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Police Officer
(recruit, I, II, III) 2
2.00
1
1.00
(1)
(1.00)
1
1.00
(1)
(1.00)
Animal Control Officer -
-
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
Animal Shelter Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Animal Caretaker 3
2.00
3
2.00
-
-
3
2.00
-
-
Division Total 7
6.00
7
6.00
-
-
7
6.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 134
130.25
134
130.25
-
-
136
131.75
2
1.50
FIRE AND RESCUE
Administration
Fire & Rescue Chief 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Fire & Rescue Deputy Chief 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Fiscal Specialist, Public Safety 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 4
4.00
4
4.00
-
-
4
4.00
-
-
88
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
Operations
Fire & Rescue Battalion Chief 3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
Fire & Rescue Captain 5
5.00
5
5.00
-
-
5
5.00
-
-
Fire & Rescue Lieutenant 3
3.00
6
6.00
3
3.00
6
6.00
3
3.00
Firefighter/Technician -
-
45
45.00
45
45.00
45
45.00
45
45.00
Firefighter Master Technician 9
9.00
-
-
(9)
(9.00)
-
-
(9)
(9.00)
Firefighter Medic (recruit) 24
24.00
-
-
(24)
(24.00)
-
-
(24)
(24.00)
Firefighter EMT
(recruit) 15
15.00
-
-
(15)
(15.00)
-
-
(15)
(15.00)
Division Total 59
59.00
59
59.00
-
-
59
59.00
-
-
Prevention & Preparedness
Fire Marshal 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Deputy Fire Marshal 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Emergency Management
Planner
Restricted/Grant
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 66
66.00
66
66.00
-
-
66
66.00
-
-
ENGINEERING
City Engineer 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Engineer, Senior 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Engineer, Senior (PW) 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Engineer 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Environmental Engineer 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Associate Engineer 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Site Inspector, Senior -
-
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
Site Inspector 2
2.00
1
1.00
(1)
(1.00)
1
1.00
(1)
(1.00)
Engineering Technician 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 9
9.00
9
9.00
-
-
9
9.00
-
-
89
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
PUBLIC WORKS
Public Works Administration
Public Works Director 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Assistant Director, Public Works -
-
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
Administrative Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 2
2.00
3
3.00
1
1.00
3
3.00
1
1.00
Streets
Street Maintenance Manager 1
1.00
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
Street Maintenance Superintende
n
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Crew Leader, Streets 3
3.00
1
1.00
(2)
(2.00)
1
1.00
(2)
(2.00)
Equipment Operator
(I, II, III) 13
13.00
15
15.00
2
2.00
15
15.00
2
2.00
Public Works Maintenance Worke
r
4
4.00
4
4.00
-
-
4
4.00
-
-
Division Total 22
22.00
21
21.00
(1)
(1.00)
21
21.00
(1)
(1.00)
Traffic Control
Traffic Control Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Traffic Control Technician
(apprentice, II)
3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
Division Total 4
4.00
4
4.00
-
-
4
4.00
-
-
Buildings & Grounds
GROUNDS
Buildings & Grounds Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Grounds Maintenance Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Grounds Technician 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Public Works Maintenance Worke
r
6
6.00
6
6.00
-
-
6
6.00
-
-
BEAUTIFICATION
-
-
Arborist 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Horticultural Technician 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Public Works Maintenance Worke
r
3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
90
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
BUILDING MAINTENANCE FUND -
-
Building Maintenance Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Building Maintenance
Technician, Senior
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Building Maintenance Technician
I
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
2
2.00
1
1.00
Building Maintenance Worker 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 18
18.00
18
18.00
-
-
19
19.00
1
1.00
Vehicle Maintenance Fund
Fleet Services Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Automotive/Equipment
Technician
(I, II, III, senior)
6
6.00
6
6.00
-
-
6
6.00
-
-
Administrative Assistant II 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 8
8.00
8
8.00
-
-
8
8.00
-
-
Refuse & Recycling Fund
Refuse-Recycling Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Assistant I -
-
-
-
-
-
1
0.50
1
0.50
Division Total 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
2
1.50
1
0.50
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 55
55.00
55
55.00
-
-
57
56.50
2
1.50
SOCIAL SERVICES
Joint Program
Social Services Director 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Family Services Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Family Services Specialist
(I, II, III, IV)
7
7.00
8
8.00
1
1.00
9
9.00
2
2.00
Benefit Programs Manager 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Benefit Programs Specialist
(I, II, III)
16
15.50
14
14.00
(2)
(1.50)
14
14.00
(2)
(1.50)
Human Services Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Human Services Assistant 4
4.00
4
4.00
-
-
4
4.00
-
-
Self Sufficiency Specialist 1
1.00
2
1.50
1
0.50
3
2.50
2
1.50
CSA Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Social Services Finance Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
91
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
Fiscal Specialist 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 37
36.50
37
36.50
-
-
39
38.50
2
2.00
VHDA Housing Program
Housing Program Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Housing Program Agent
(I, II) 2
1.50
2
1.50
-
-
2
1.50
-
-
Division Total 3
2.50
3
2.50
-
-
3
2.50
-
-
VJCCCA
Family Services Specialist
(I, II, III, IV)
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 41
40.00
41
40.00
-
-
43
42.00
2
2.00
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
Administration
Community Development
Director
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Communications Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Assistant II -
-
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
Division Total 2
2.00
3
3.00
1
1.00
3
3.00
1
1.00
Planning & Zoning
Planning & Zoning Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Planner, Senior 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Administrative Assistant II 1
1.00
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
Property Code Inspection
Supervisor
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Property Code Inspector 3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
Division Total 8
8.00
7
7.00
(1)
(1.00)
7
7.00
(1)
(1.00)
92
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
Development Services
Development Services Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Development Services Coordinat
o
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Construction Plans Examiner 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Combination Plan Reviewer
/ Inspector
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Planner I 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Combination Inspector III 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Permit Technician 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Division Total 8
8.00
8
8.00
-
-
8
8.00
-
-
Parks, Culture, & Recreation
Culture and Recreation
Services Manager
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Operations and Maintenance
Recreation Supervisor
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Recreation Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Programs and Events
Coordinator
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Museum Curator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Business Services Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Visitor Services Aide 4
2.00
4
2.00
-
-
4
2.00
-
-
Administrative Assistant II 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Historic Living Interpreter
(Seasonal)
4
1.00
4
1.00
-
-
4
1.00
-
-
Pool Staff
(Seasonal)
42
7.25
42
7.25
-
-
42
7.25
-
-
Division Total 57
17.25
57
17.25
-
-
57
17.25
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 75
35.25
75
35.25
-
-
75
35.25
-
-
93
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
Economic Development
Director
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Assistant Director, Economic
Development
-
-
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
Economic Development
Coordinator
1
1.00
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
Administrative Assistant I 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
3
3.00
-
-
UTILITIES
Utility Administration
Utilities Director 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Utilities Finance Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Utility Billing Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Division Total 4
4.00
4
4.00
-
-
4
4.00
-
-
Utility Services
UTILITY BILLING
Utility Billing Coordinator 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
CUSTOMER SERVICE
Utilities Customer Service
Manager
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Customer Service Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Customer Service
Representative II
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Customer Service
Representative I
5
5.00
5
5.00
-
-
5
5.00
-
-
METER SERVICES
Meter Services Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Meter Technician II 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Meter Technician I 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Division Total 14
14.00
14
14.00
-
-
14
14.00
-
-
94
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
Electric Utility
DISTRIBUTION ADMINISTRATION
Assistant Director, Electric 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Electric Utility Designer, Senior 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Engineering Technician 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Assistant II 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
OPERATIONS CENTER
Systems Operations &
Generation Manager
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Systems Operator, Senior 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Systems Operator
(I, II) 4
4.00
4
4.00
-
-
4
4.00
-
-
Utilities Locator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
DISTRIBUTION
Electric Distribution Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Electric Line Technician, Senior 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Electric Line Technician
(apprentice, 1, 2, 3 class)
8
8.00
8
8.00
-
-
8
8.00
-
-
SUBSTATIONS
Electric Substation Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Electric Substation Electrician
(apprentice, senior)
2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
GENERATION
Electric Generation
Maintenance Supervisor
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Electric Generation Mechanic 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
COMMUNICATIONS & CONTROLS
Electronics Systems Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Electronics Systems
Technician
(I, II, senior)
6
6.00
6
6.00
-
-
6
6.00
-
-
Division Total 35
35.00
35
35.00
-
-
35
35.00
-
-
Water & Sewer Utility
WATER/SEWER ADMINISTRATION
A
ssistant Director, Water & Sewe
r
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Distribution & Collection Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Administrative Assistant II 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
95
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
SEWER - COLLECTION, TRANSMISSION & TREATMENT
Inflow & Infiltration Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Crew Leader, Water & Sewer 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
2
2.00
-
-
Water & Sewer Utility Tech
(worker, I, II, III)
7
7.00
7
7.00
-
-
7
7.00
-
-
WATER - TRANSMISSION & DISTRIBUTION
Distribution & Collection
Supervisor
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Utility Project Coordinator -
-
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
1
1.00
Crew Leader, Water & Sewer 1
1.00
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
Backflow/Cross Connection
Program Inspector
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Water & Sewer Utility Tech
(worker, I, II, III)
6
6.00
6
6.00
-
-
6
6.00
-
-
WATER PLANT
Water Plant Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Environmental Program Manager -
-
-
-
-
-
1
1.00
1
1.00
Water Plant Lead Operator 4
4.00
4
4.00
-
-
4
4.00
-
-
Water Plant Maintenance
Supervisor
1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Water Plant Operator
(trainee, I, II, III)
5
5.00
5
5.00
-
-
5
5.00
-
-
Plant Maintenance Mechanic 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Laboratory Analyst 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
2
2.00
1
1.00
Division Total 35
35.00
35
35.00
-
-
37
37.00
2
2.00
Stormwater Utility
Stormwater Program Manager -
-
-
-
-
-
1
1.00
1
1.00
Environmental Program Manager 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
Environmental Planner 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Laboratory Analyst 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
-
-
(1)
(1.00)
Division Total 3
3.00
3
3.00
-
-
2
2.00
(1)
(1.00)
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 91
91.00
91
91.00
-
-
92
92.00
1
1.00
96
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
#
FTE
AdoptedAdopted Amended BudgetAdopted
STAFFING
StaffingPlan
FY 2020 FY 2020 FY 2021 FY 2020FY 2020
Over (Under)
Amended
FY 2020 FY 2021
Budget
Over (Under)
AIRPORT
Airport Director 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Airport Operations Officer, Senior 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Airport Operations Officer 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Airport Maintenance Supervisor 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
Airport Maintenance Worker 2
2.00
2
2.00
-
-
3
3.00
1
1.00
Administrative Coordinator 1
1.00
1
1.00
-
-
1
1.00
-
-
DEPARTMENT TOTAL 7
7.00
7
7.00
-
-
8
8.00
1
1.00
TOTAL CITY OF MANASSAS 551 501.05 551 501.05 - - 560 509.05 9 8.00
97
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