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FY 2019-20 Budget

FY 2019-20 Budget

The Town of Oro Valley adopted its Fiscal Year 2019-20 operating and capital budget on June 5, 2019. The Town encourages citizen input in its annual budget process, and the feedback we receive is taken into consideration by the Mayor and Town Council, the Town Manager and staff when formulating the Town’s financial plan. Learn more!

We have developed this budget information page to communicate past organizational accomplishments, information relating to the budget adoption process and links to the other adopted policy documents that guide the Town’s budget preparation, the Your Voice, Our Future General Plan and the Town Council Strategic Leadership Plan.

Residents had the opportunity to attend two public hearings on the FY 2019-20 budget on May 15 and June 5, 2019.

Town Manager's Recommended Budget Study Session Presentations FY 2019-20

FY 2019-20 Tentative Adoption May 15, 2019

FY 2019-20 Final Budget Adoption June 5, 2019

Auditor General Final Budget Schedules FY 2019-20

FY 2019-20 Adopted Budget

Fiscal Year 17/18 Highlights and Achievements

  • Simpleview relocated their headquarters from Pima County to Oro Valley, bringing 184 employees
  • Successfully integrated community development and economic development divisions into new Community and Economic Development Department
  • Collected over $2 million in plan review and permit fees representing more than $223 million in work valuation for new private construction
  • Issued a total of 2,357 permits – almost identical to the number of permits issued the previous year
  • Completed four major General Plan Amendments
  • Performed approximately 28,000 building inspections at 9,200 locations
  • Received the Achievement of Excellence in Financial Reporting Award, Distinguished Budget Presentation Award with special recognition for the Town’s Capital Improvement Program and Popular Annual Financial Reporting Award from the Government Finance Officers Association
  • Received the Achievement of Excellence in Procurement Award from the National Procurement Institute
  • Adopted a balanced budget for FY 2018-19 in the amount of $142.9 million, reflecting the community’s and Town Council’s values and priorities
  • Expanded and improved the Economic Expansion Zone to help attract primary employers
  • Honored with Safety Leadership Award by American Society of Safety Engineers Southern Arizona Chapter specific to the hands-free driving ordinance adoption
  • Hosted the first Celebrate Oro Valley festival at Steam Pump Ranch
  • Worked with user groups, property owners and Pima County Flood Control District to develop and open the Big Wash trailhead
  • Installed two additional multi-sport lighted fields at Naranja Park
  • Hosted the 4th of July celebration at Naranja Park with the first ever Town-sponsored fireworks
  • Created the Southern Arizona Law Enforcement Explorer Academy incorporating six agencies
  • Completed the Lambert Lane Phase II roadway widening
  • Delivered a combined total of 3.18 billion gallons of water to water utility customers