Tucson
Last meeting
Jun 30, 5:30pm MST
$193.3M
2019 – 2020 law enforcement budget

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About this meeting

This is a special meeting of the Tuscon City Council that includes a public hearing on the upcoming budget.

How to comment

1
Draft an email to cityclerk@tucsonaz.gov
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Include your name and the phone number you wish to be called at.
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Send the email by 12:00 pm on Tuesday, June 30.
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Wait to receive instructions on how to connect.

Agenda

Items related to law enforcement on this agenda: 8 – PUBLIC HEARING: CITY OF TUCSON RECOMMENDED ANNUAL BUDGET FOR FISCAL YEAR 2021, 9 – TENTATIVE ADOPTION OF FISCAL YEAR 2021 BUDGET, 10 – LABOR AGREEMENT EXTENSION WITH THE TUCSON POLICE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION

General Fund

31% of Tucson'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.

In comparison

Here are some examples of 2019 – 2020 budget items that received less funding than law enforcement:

$193.3M
Law enforcement
$98.7M
Mass Transit Fund
$89.1M
Housing and Community Development
$53.1M
Parks and Recreation

Decision Makers

Regina Romero
Mayor · Reelection 2023
Lane Santa Cruz
Councilmember, Ward 1 · Reelection 2023
Paul Cunningham
Councilmember, Ward 2 · Reelection 2023
Paul Durham
Councilmember, Ward 3 · Reelection 2021
Nikki Lee
Councilmember, Ward 4 · Reelection 2023
Richard Fimbres
Councilmember, Ward 5 · Reelection 2021
Steve Kozachik
Councilmember, Ward 6 · Reelection 2021
Michael Ortega
City Manager