Budget2019 / 2020 Spring Hill General Fund Budget

March 30, 2019by Matt Fitterer0

The link below contains a high level overview of the 2018/2019 Spring Hill General Fund Budget.

Restricted revenue fund numbers are not included in the overview.

2018/2019 Spring Hill General Fund Budget

 

A far more detailed breakdown of the General Fund budget, along with Restricted Revenue Funds, can be found here.

Spring Hill will adopt the 2019/2020 City budget in June 2019.

Spring Hill’s Board of Mayor and Alderman will hold three separate Special Call Work Sessions to aid in developing the 2019/2020 City Budget.

Meetings will be held April 9, 16 and 23 at 6:00 PM at City Hall.

For more information on these meetings, please use this link.

 

 

5/4/2019 UPDATE

First Reading (First Vote) of the 2019/2020 Budget will take place on May 20.

For a look at a breakdown of the First Reading Budget – Along with all supporting documentation – Please use this link

The documents enclosed with be introduced to the Spring Hill BOMA during the 5/6 working meeting – which may result in changes prior to the 5/20 vote.

Second (and final) Reading is tentatively schedule for June 17.  Be sure to check back at www.SpringHillBudget.com for continued updates.

 

5/20/2019 UPDATE

For a look at an updated version of the First Budget Reading – Along with all supporting documentation – Please use this link

Some highlights of the Budget:
  • NEPA (required Enviromental study) for Hwy 31 widening
  • Design work for the widening of Buckner Lane
  • Design work for the widening of Buckner Road
  • Construction of Tom Lunn Road
  • Funding for 5 new Police Officers
  • Funding for new Fire Fighter
  • New Ladder Truck for Fire Department
  • Construction of new Policy Department Headquarters (Spring Hill has never had a police headquarters specifically designed for law enforcement)
  • Construction plans and permitting for Water Plant Expansion
  • Construction plans and permitting for Sewer Plant Expansion
  • Receipt of Grant for Harvey Park Greenway (multi-use trail from Harvey Park to Wilkes Ln)

 

Further updates and changes are expected prior to second and final vote on June 17th

 

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