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Office of Management and Budget
FY2018 Budget


The Board of County Supervisors adopted an all funds budget of $3.16 billion for FY18.  The FY18 general fund budget is $1.2 billion, with a $552.21 million dollar transfer to the Schools.  The real estate tax rate supporting the FY2018 Budget is $1.125, and increase of $0.003 from FY17.  The fire levy rate is $0.0792.  All other fees and levies were adopted at the advertised rate.


You may learn more about the FY2018 Budget by reviewing sections of the budget document in the table below.  

​Budget Sections​Section Details

GFOA, Table of Contents, Organization Chart, ​Board of County Supervisors, Transmittal Letter, Budget Highlights, and Initiatives

Budget Development Process​State Budget Requirements, Elements of the PWC Budget, Policies & Practices for Budget Preparation, and Unmet Needs
Budget SummaryRevenues vs. Expenditure Comparison,  Five-Year Budget Plan, and FY2018-2022 Adopted Five-Year Plan Assumptions
Revenues​All Funds Revenue Summary and General Fund Revenue Summary
Expenditures​Expenditure Summary
Compensation​Attracting and Retaining Quality County Employees
Agency Page Information​Functional Areas and Agency Pages
Community DevelopmentDevelopment Services, Economic Development, Library, Parks & Recreation, Planning, PWC/Manassas Convention & Visitors Bureau, Public Works, Transit Subsidy, and Transportation
General Government​Board of County Supervisors, County Attorney, Elections, Executive Management, Finance, Human Resources, Human Rights, Information Technology, and Management & Budget
Human ServicesArea Agency on Aging, Community Services, Housing & Community Development, Public Health, Social Services, and Virginia Cooperative Extension
Public SafetyAdult Detention Center, Circuit Court Judges, Clerk of the Court, Commonwealth's Attorney, Criminal Justice Services, Fire & Rescue, General District Court, Juvenile & Domestic Relations Court, Juvenile Court Service Unit, Law Library, Magistrates, Police, Public Safety Communications, and Sheriff's Office
Education2017-2020 Strategic Plan - Quality Education and Workforce Development and  Prince William County School
Non-Departmental​Non-Departmental and Contingency
Community Partners​​​Funding Provided to Community Partners
Debt Service​Debt Management in PWC, Bond Rating, Debt Management Policy Statement, New & Existing Debt Service, and Funding Sources
Capital Improvement Program (CIP)​CIP Summary, Community Development Projects, Public Safety Projects, Technology Improvement Projects, and Transportation Projects
AppendixMap of PWC, History of PWC, Statistical & Background Information, ​Glossary, Abbreviations, and Index



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