Stockton
Last meeting
Jul 14, 5:30pm PDT
$135.7M
2019 – 2020 law enforcement budget

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Agenda

Items related to law enforcement on this agenda: Item 11..9 “APPROVE RESOLUTION ACCEPTING A CORONAVIRUS SUPPLEMENTAL FUNDING PROGRAM GRANT AWARD FROM THE UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, OFFICE OF JUSTICE PROGRAMS, BUREAU OF JUSTICE ASSISTANCE, IN THE AMOUNT OF $972,181” which will increase the Police Grants & Special Programs revenue and expenditure appropriation by $972,181.

General Fund

56% of Stockton'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 prepares and presents a proposed annual budget to the city council. The city council holds a public hearing on the budget, makes revisions and adopts the budget.

Michael Tubbs
Mayor · Reelection Nov. 2020
Dan Wright
Vice Mayor · Reelection Nov. 2020
Sol Jobrack
Councilmember, District 1 · Reelection Nov. 2022
Paul Canepa
Councilmember, District 3 · Reelection Nov. 2022
Susan Lenz
Councilmember, District 4 · Reelection Nov. 2020
Christina Fugazi
Councilmember, District 5 · Reelection Nov. 2022
Jesús Andrade
Councilmember, District 6 · Reelection Nov. 2020