Longmont City Council Approves 5th Appropriation in 2019


On Tuesday, September 10, the Longmont City Council approved an ordinance for the fifth appropriations of the 2019 fiscal year.

Bringing the 2019 budget to a total of $538,618,044 this ordinance appropriated an additional $3,891,496 in twelve funds.

The following is a list of how the City of Longmont plans to utilize these additional funds as found in city council communications:

Three types of expenses are included in this appropriation:

  1. * Represents expenses that have an offsetting revenue source such as grants, donations or fees.
  2. ** Represents new, previously unbudgeted expenses which require the use of fund balance.
  3. # Represents new, previously unbudgeted expenses which are tied to a CIP amendment.

Additionally, two amendments were made to the 2019-2023 Capitol Improvement Program in this ordinance. Those amendments include ELE016, Electric Substation Expansion and TRP133, Pike Road Improvements – S Sunset St to Main St.

Information on these amendments were brought before council Tuesday night as well.

The ordinance passed unanimously with no one speaking during the public hearing.

The following is a summary of budget expenditures by fund for 2019:

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