Richmond
Last meeting
Jun 30, 6:30pm PDT
$78.04M
2019 – 2020 law enforcement budget

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How to comment

1
Draft an email with your phone number, including the area code, to cityclerkdept@ci.richmond.ca.us
2
Set the subject of the email to "Public Comments – Agenda Item #G-1"
3
On June 30, send the email between 6:25pm and the time the budget item is called.
4
Wait to be called to give your public comment.

Agenda

Items related to law enforcement on this agenda: G-1: REVIEW and ACCEPT final budget projections for the Fiscal Year 2020-21 Annual Operating Budget

General Fund

41% of Richmond's 2019 – 2020 General Fund was spent on law enforcement.
A general fund is a city’s primary account, funded by taxes (like property and sales tax) and used to pay for services such as the fire department, public works, parks, community services and more.

Decision Makers

The city manager (hired by the city council) submits a proposed fiscal year budget to the city council for review. Council has the right to direct the city manager to make changes to the budget and bring it back. A majority vote of the city council is needed to approve a new budget. The budget must be approved by June 30 to take effect starting July 1, 2020.

Tom Butt
Mayor
Ben Choi
Vice Mayor
Melvin Willis
Councilmember · Reelection Nov. 2020
Nathaniel Bates
Councilmember · Reelection Nov. 2020
Demnlus Johnson
Councilmember · Reelection Nov. 2022
Eduardo Martinez
Councilmember · Reelection Nov. 2022
Jael Myrick
Councilmember · Reelection Nov. 2020