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Santa Barbara Challenge: Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budgets, 2000-2011

Recommended 2011 budget totaled $247 million with $27 million capital budget

[Noozhawk’s note: This is one in a series of articles on Noozhawk’s Santa Barbara Challenge, our public-engagement project on the city of Santa Barbara’s budget. Related links are below.]

On June 29, 2010, the Santa Barbara City Council voted to adopt the city’s annual operating and capital budget for fiscal year 2011. The recommended budget — which includes the General Fund, enterprise funds, special revenue funds and all other funds — totaled $246.9 million with a combined recommended capital budget of $26.8 million.

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» Click here to download the 2010 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget

» Click here to download the 2009 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget

» Click here to download the 2008 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget

» Click here to download the 2007 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget

» Click here to download the 2006 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget

» Click here to download the 2005 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget

» Click here to download the 2004 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget

» Click here to download the 2003 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget

» Click here to download the 2002 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget-Part I

» Click here to download the 2002 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget-Part II

» Click here to download the 2001 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget

» Click here to download the 2000 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget-Part I

» Click here to download the 2000 Adopted Santa Barbara Operating and Capital Budget-Part II

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