The Navajo County Board of Supervisors has adopted this budget after declaring its alignment with the principles established in the Navajo County Five-Year Strategic Plan, which describes the vision and mission for Navajo County. Within this document, each department has identified measurable goals for the coming year that will support the success of the County’s Strategic Plan.
Presenting the budget in these volumes allows users to select the level of information that meets their needs. Volume I, the Adopted Budget Summary, provides summary level information. Volume II, the Adopted Budget Operating Detail, provides detailed information on staffing and city services. Volume III, the Approved Five-Year Capital Improvement Program, provides detailed information on capital projects.
The Annual Budget, like any planning document, looks toward the future to implement the desired strategies, action plans, and goals of the organization. The City of Casa Grande continues to be in a fiscally sound position due to the efforts of the City Council and Staff.
A statement of the revenue and spending of the town of Dewey-Humboldt, including information about the previous fiscal year.
A statement of revenues and spending for the city of Douglas, including information for the previous fiscal year.
A statement of revenue and spending for the town of Eagar, including information about the previous fiscal year.
A statement of the revenues and spending of the city of El Mirage, including information for the previous fiscal year.
A statement of the revenue and spending plans for the city of Eloy, including information about the previous fiscal year.
A statement of the estimated revenues and expenditures of the town of Florence, Arizona, including data from the previous fiscal year.
A statement of finances and financial policies of the town of Fountain Hills, including details of operating and capital improvement budgets.
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