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Budget Publications

 

Related Budget Publications

The following publications relate to Broome County Government's operating budgets:

2018 Budget (Adopted)

2017 Budget (Adopted)

2016 Budget (Adopted)

2015 Budget (Adopted)

2014 Budget(Adopted)

2013 Budget(Adopted)

2012 Budget(Adopted)

2011 Budget (Adopted)

2010 Budget (Adopted)

2009 Budget (Adopted)

2008 Budget (Adopted)

2007 Budget (Adopted)  

2006 Budget (Adopted)


CIP Capital Improvements Program

2018 Adopted CIP

2017 Adopted CIP

2016 Adopted CIP

2015 Adopted CIP

2014 Adopted CIP

2013 Adopted CIP

2012 Adopted CIP

2011 Adopted CIP

2010 Adopted CIP

2009 Adopted CIP

2008 Adopted CIP

2007 Adopted CIP

2006 Adopted CIP


BroomeCommunity College

2016 BCC Budget 

2015 BCC Budget

2014 BCC Budget

2013 BCC Budget

2012 BCC Budget

2011 BCC Budget

2010 BCC Budget

2009 BCC Budget

2008 BCC Budget

2007 BCC Budget

2006 BCC Budget


Budget Process Overview

1. Budget Office meets with all department heads and provides the memo of expectations, and the budget packets.
2. Each department analyzes its needs and creates a requested budget.
3. Departments present the requested budget to the budget office for review.
4. After reviewing the requests the Budget Office meets one-on-one with each department head and their fiscal representatives to garner justification for the requests.
5. The Budget Office makes adjustments to the departments requests.
6. The Budget Office and the County Executive review all requests and adjustments to finalize a recommended budget to present to the legislative body.
7. Legislators on the Finance Committee review the recommended budget and meet with department heads and the Budget Office for justification.
8. The Finance Committee makes adjustments if necessary and present a report to the full legislative body.
9. The Legislature reviews all recommendations and makes adjustments as necessary.
10. The Legislature votes on the budget with all adjustments included.
11. The County Executive has the ability to veto any of the adjustments to the recommended budget.
12. The Legislature has one final opportunity to overturn any vetoes.
13. The budget is adopted and ratified.