The Clackamas County Board of Commissioners formally adopted fiscal year 2013-14 budgets last Thursday.

The action followed a series of public hearings by the county’s budget committees in May to discuss, amend and approve before sending them for board approval.

The newly adopted budgets total $799.49 million, which includes property taxes, dedicated state and federal funds, grants and other revenue sources. The budget for Clackamas County is $602.38 million, a reduction of 2 percent from the current fiscal year budget.

In recent weeks, the Clackamas County budget committees held a series of public meetings to discuss the budgets, receive public testimony, amend and then approve them for forwarding to the county Board of Commissioners for adoption. The adopted budgets are:

  • Clackamas County at $602,381,979
  • Clackamas County Service District No.1 at $60,620,951
  • Clackamas County Development Agency at $70,483,826
  • Clackamas County Enhanced Law Enforcement District at $5,890,424
  • Clackamas County Extension and 4-H Service District at $4,551,176
  • Library District of Clackamas County at $15,283,009
  • North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District at $23,959,925
  • Street Lighting Service District No. 5 at $2,700,202
  • Surface Water Management Agency of Clackamas County at $214,093
  • Tri-City Service District at $13,410,328

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