The City Manager presented the 2022 preliminary budget to the City Council on Monday, August 23. The budget is centered on improving community outcomes, and strategic investments to maintain city services and infrastructure.
City Manager Patrick Trudgeon presented the 2022 budget to the City Council on Monday, August 23. The $58.1 million budget presented by Trudgeon maintains city programs and services, while continuing to provide funds for maintaining critical community assets and investing in better community outcomes. For the median valued single-family home in Roseville, valued at $296,500, the preliminary 2022 budget results in an increase of $5.63 per month or $67.56 per year in city taxes paid. The preliminary budget is a starting point from which council members work to arrive at a final budget for the following fiscal year. The final vote on adoption of Roseville’s 2022 budget will take place on December 6.