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FY2021 Budget


 The Board of County Supervisors (BOCS) adopted the FY2021 Budget on Tuesday, April 28, 2020, and is available in it's entirety or by sections below. The FY2021 line item budget is also available.

​Understanding the Budget

INTRODUCTION

Acknowledgements, GFOA, Table of Contents, Organization Chart, Board of County Supervisors, Transmittal Letter, Budget Highlights, and FY2021 Budget Initiatives

BUDGET DEVELOPMENT PROCESS

State Budget Requirements, Components of the PWC Budget, and Policies & Practices for Budget Preparation

BUDGET SUMMARY

Revenue vs. Expenditure Comparison, Five-Year Budget Plan, and FY2021 Personnel (FTE) Summary

REVENUES

All Funds Revenue Summary and General Fund Revenue Summary

EXPENDITURES

County Budget by Fund Area, Total General Fund Expenditures, General Fund by Expenditure Categories with Schools, General Fund Expenditure Summary, and General Fund Expenditure History

COMPENSATION

​Attracting and Retaining Quality County Employees

Functional Areas and Agency Pages

COMMUNITY PARTNERS

Funding Provided to Community Partners

 

​The Budget

Average Tax Bill: Community Development accounts for $248 and 5.69% of the average residential tax bill in FY21.


GENERAL GOVERNMENT

Average Tax Bill: General Government accounts for $271 and 6.22% of the average residential tax bill in FY21.


HUMAN SERVICES

Average Tax Bill: Human Services accounts for $249 and 5.73% of the average residential tax bill in FY21.


PUBLIC SAFETY

Average Tax Bill: Public Safety accounts for $917 and 21.05% of the average residential tax bill in FY21.

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​Education

Average Tax Bill: Schools accounted for $2,492 and 57.23% of the average residential tax bill in FY21. An additional $7 and 0.17% of the average residential tax bill in FY21 goes toward the Class Size Reduction Grant and 13th high school debt service.


NON-DEPARTMENTAL

Average Tax Bill: Non-Departmental, "Other" on the dollar bill, accounts for $36 and 0.83% of the average residential tax bill in FY21.

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​​DEBT SERVICE

Average Tax Bill: Debt Service accounts for $134 and 3.09% of the average residential tax bill in FY21.

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CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

CIP Summary, Community Development, Humans Services, Public Safety, Technology Improvement, and Transportation Capital Projects

APPENDIX

Glossary, Abbreviations, and Index


For more information, contact or visit: 

Office of Management and Budget
1 County Complex Court, Suite 225 (MC435), Prince William, VA 22192
Office Hours: 8 a.m.–5 p.m. (Mon-Fri) budget@pwcgov.org  | (703) 792-6720

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