Despite the current economic situation, Eagle County's finances are healthy overall with strong fund balance reserves, low debt and an excellent credit rating. County finances are organized by fund, with each one having a specific purpose and, in some instances, a restriction on how the money in the funds may be used.
Where County Property Taxes Go
- Road & Bridge 22.3%
- Public Safety 18.2%
- Health Services 7.6%
- Debt Service 4.5%
- Open Space 17.6%
- General Govt. 29.8%
The Eagle County Board of Commissioners approved the 2013 budget on December 11, 2012. As approved, the 2013 budget expenditures are approximately 24% less than 2012 ~ totaling $86,614,853 annually. Fiscal Year 2013 Revenue is budgeted at $90,523,079 accross all funds.
The Eagle County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the 2012 budget on Dec. 13, 2011. As approved, General Fund operating expenditures will be approximately $32 million, representing a $1 million decrease from 2011. Across all funds, expenditures are budgeted at $89 million and revenues are budgeted at $93 million.
Citing continuing economic challenges and an anticipated drop in property tax revenues in 2012 and 2013, the Eagle County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved the the 2011 budget, which includes decreases of approximately 30 percent from 2010.
The following documents are sorted by fund, then by department. To arrive at a net budget for a specific fund or department, compare the revenue budget to the expense budget.
2013 Mill Levy Information
Eagle County Certification of Levies and Revenue 2013
Mill Levy Certification BoCC Summary 2013
Eagle County District Listing 2013
2012 Mill Levy Information
2012 Mill Levy Presentation
2012 BoCC Mill Certification
2011-2012 Mill Comparison
2012 Mill Summary
2011 Mill Levy Information
2011 BoCC Mill Certification