Twin Falls City Budget
The City of Twin Falls budget is a sustainable plan of action that details how strategic planning priorities and goals will be achieved. It also maintains service levels despite rising costs and declining revenue streams by focusing on the future, examining current efficiencies, collaborating with other jurisdictions in economic development, investing in technology, judiciously weighing proposals to build or expand programs.
The budget adheres to the city’s financial policies and enhances the city's financial position while providing citizens with a comprehensive view of proposed funding for the city’s day-to-day operations, planned capital improvements, as well as principal and interest payments for outstanding debt and capital leases. Operations are organized by departments to help the public understand how resources are allocated.
Council Public Hearings
Twin Falls City Council meetings begin at 5 p.m. and Public Hearings are scheduled for 6 p.m. Anyone who needs assistance to participate in the meeting should contact Leila Sanchez (208) 735-7287 at least 48 hours before the meeting.
City Budget Archive
See below for the City of Twin Falls' Archived Budgets:
'19 Current Budget
The '19 Budget is the current operating budget for the City of Twin Falls. You may also review the '19 Third-quarter Financial Update (PDF), which provides a snapshot of enterprise funds such as water, sewer, and sanitation.
'20 Recommended Budget
The City of Twin Falls holds public hearings on the city manager's Recommended Budget (PDF) and provides citizens with opportunities to provide input. Budget presentations and hearings focus on the following objectives in the Strategic Plan(PDF)
City Manager's '20 Recommended Budget Presentation
The Twin Falls City Manager's FY '20 Recommended Budget Presentation (PDF) provides an overview of the recommended budget, the city's financial health, and public hearing dates.