Kuna City Council last week adopted a $46.6 million budget for fiscal year 2020, which begins Oct. 1. That's more than $13 million greater than the previous fiscal year.
At its Sept. 3 meeting, the city council voted to waive three readings of a budget ordinance and adopt the budget. The council held budget workshops in July.
The budget breakdown is:
General fund: $9.5 million
Capital projects fund: $1.8 million
Grant fund: $2.2 million
Park impact fee and capital project fund: $2.3 million
Water fund: $11.3 million
Sewer fund: $7.7 million
Irrigation fund: $4.9 million
Solid waste fund: $2.5 million
Latecomers fund: $4.8 million
Total: $46.6 million
The city will bring in a projected $3.2 million in property tax revenue in 2020, up about $500,000 from 2019.