The Fiscal Year (FY) 2021/22 Cascade County budget contains approximately $74.66 million of expenditures across
all funds. This reflects a 1.6% increase over the FY 2020/21 amended budget. Transfers between funds total $9
million, an increase of 1.1% and includes $385,500 in ARPA support to the Health Department to cover continuing
COVID extraordinary expenses.
The FY22 Amended budget reflects an overall increase of over $7.4 million from the initial adopted budget, due to the
influx of COVID reimbursement funds. Changes in various categories reflect the impact of COVID from last year to
this year. Public Works and Expo Park show increases in overall activity while Public Safety and the Courts/JDC
show decreases as the COVID support from the State ended last June. The table below reflects these changes.
Current year capital funding includes continued investment in the Adult Detention Center with $1.8 million to replace
the roof, $1.5 million to “buy-out” the State’s Department of Correction interest in the facility, and $259,000 to
completed the boiler replacement. Continued work on deferred maintenance totaling $300,000 in Expo Park projects
is also included. Other capital investments include Public Works projects and equipment totaling $948,500, and
various vehicles and equipment totaling $465,309 for the Sheriff’s Office.
You may access the FY 22 Budget handout by clicking here.
You may access the FY 22 Final Budget by clicking here.