The Department of Budget and Management provides financial and management information, control and guidance to the Board of Supervisors, County Administrator and County Departments/Divisions. The department manages the development and execution of the County's Financial Plan and Multi-Year Capital Improvement Program, performs various types of evaluation, research and analyses for the County Administrator, maintains the capital projects administrative procedure and oversees all of the county's capital project budgets. In addition, the department provides fiscal impact analyses on State legislative issues, and administers the county's Cash Proffer Policy.
FY2015 Proposed Budget
The County Administrator presented his FY2015 proposed budget
to the Board of Supervisors during a work session at the March 10, 2014
meeting. The proposed budget lays out a plan to meet the County’s
program and service needs, while tackling, head on, new federal
stormwater mandates and addressing pupil-to-teacher ratios countywide,
among a myriad of other requirements. The FY2015 proposed budget
also provides a five-year outlook that identifies some strategic
service level enhancements for consideration beyond the coming year.
Citizens are encouraged to provide feedback on the proposed budget by
contacting their Supervisor (or County staff)
or by attending any of the numerous public meetings scheduled across
the County between now and April 9, when the FY2015 budget will be
adopted. Citizens wishing to attend a meeting, or contact their
Supervisor with comments, can find information about how to do so here.
FY2015 Revenue Work Session
Staff presented projected FY2015 revenues and information on current economic conditions at the Feb. 12, 2014 Board of Supervisors meeting. The presentation also provided insight on years beyond FY2015. A subsequent work session on the County Administrator’s overall proposed budget will be presented on March 10th along with presentations on the FY2015 School budget. View the FY2015 Revenue Work Session presentation, or view a video the presentation.
FY2015-FY2019 Proposed Capital Improvement Plan
Chesterfield County, in accordance with State Code and its County Charter, prepares a five-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The program is a dynamic plan, revised annually, that proposes the acquisition, development, enhancement or replacement of public facilities to serve the County citizenry. The CIP depicts the arrangement of selected projects in priority order and establishes cost estimates and anticipated funding sources. The program also serves as a programming guide and reflects the County’s physical development policies for the efficient and effective provision of county capital facilities. The resulting program reflects difficult decisions in the allocation of limited resources among competing demands.
View the FY2015-2019 Proposed Capital Improvement Plan.