Eugene Budget Facts at a Glance

Fiscal Year 2018

(July 1, 2017 - June 30, 2018)


 FY18 Facts at a Glance Chart
The following tables provide a summary of the FY18 Adopted Budget for the City of Eugene and Eugene Urban Renewal Agency (URA). 
     
Note that in several tables the numbers may not add up due to rounding. For additional information about the City of Eugene budget, please contact Finance staff at 541-682-5512 or submit a question online.

Service Categories


Public Safety

FY18 Budget
($ thousands)
FTE*
Animal Services $1,708
Call Taking and Dispatch 8,981 58
Fire and Emergency Medical Services 37,930 189
Investigations 8,137 48
Municipal Court 5,104 20
Patrol 33,239 183
Police Records Mgmt. and Analysis
2,569 25
Social Services
2,645 0
Fire and EMS Administration 1,649 10
Police Administration 1,596 7

$103,558 547

Infrastructure and Planning Services

FY18 Budget
($ thousands)
FTE*
Affordable Housing and Job Creation $2,973 11
Airport 10,588 48
Construction Permits 9,831 61
Greater Downtown Services 1,129
2
Infrastructure Project and Info. Mgmt. 6,643 42
Land Use Planning 1,285 10
Metro and Community Planning 1,352 6
Parking 6,744 18
Parks and Open Space 4,555 27
Public Buildings and Facilities 11,433 58
Stormwater 14,224 75
Transportation
11,966 58
Urban Forestry
1,867 11
Waste Prev/Green Bldg & Bus. Lic.
1,188 5
Wastewater Collection and Treatment 24,992 124
Zoning and Nuisance Administration 611 5
Planning and Development Dept. Admin. 1,026 4
Public Works Dept. Administration 1,659 8

$114,067 576

Cultural and Recreation Services

FY18 Budget
($ thousands)
FTE*
Adaptive Recreation  $873 4
Adult and Senior Services 1,233 6
Aquatics 3,196 11
Athletics 657 4
Cultural Services 8,213 36
Library 13,802 105
Youth and Family Recreation 4,672 27
Library, Rec., and Cult. Svcs. Admin. Svcs. 1,004 3

$33,649 197

Central Business Functions
  FY18 Budget
(thousands)
FTE*
Civic Leadership and Collab. Svcs.  $4,910 25
Community Engagement Services 918 5
Financial Services 4,521 26
Fleet and Radio Services 18,157 29
Human Resource and Risk Services 40,047 30
Information Technology 21,670 49
Central Services Administration 2,049 3

$92,273 167



Total All Service Categories $343,548 1,488

* FTE = Full-Time Equivalent. Usually a full-time position that is 40 hours per week for the entire fiscal year is designated as one FTE.
 

Did You Know...


All statistics are for Fiscal Year 2017 (FY17):
 

Infrastructure and Planning Services


  • The City of Eugene covers 44.2 square miles with a population of 165,885 residents. 
  • Eugene has 23 neighborhood associations. 
  • 547 miles of streets, 43 miles of alleys, 767 miles of sidewalks, 42 miles of separated off-street bike paths.
  • Approximately 100,000 trees owned/maintained by the City (including street trees). 
  • Over 4,800 acres of park land, 52 playgrounds, 47 sports fields, 17 tennis courts, 8 pickleball courts, a 9-hole golf course, 2 disc golf courses, 6 skate parks, 6 community gardens, 4 off-leash dog parks, and over 47 miles of hiking/jogging trails.
  • 601 miles of enclosed stormwater pipe, 38 miles of roadside ditches and culverts, and 39 miles of primary and secondary open drainage facilities (waterways).
  • 842 miles of wastewater systems with 46 pump stations.
  • 252 traffic signals, 29,650 traffic and street name signs, and 9,790 street lights and bike path lights.
  • More than 1,011,800 airport passengers per year.
  • 2,616 parking spaces in seven downtown parking structures, 360 parking spaces in six downtown surface lots, and 8,000 on-street downtown and neighborhood parking spaces. 
  • More than 100 General Fund-supported buildings totaling about 1 million square feet with a replacement value of about $300 million.

Public Safety Services


  • 8,767 violations, 4,897 misdemeanors and 62,655 parking citations handled by the Eugene Municipal Court. 
  • 28,018 Fire and EMS calls for service, including 22,849 medical related calls and 5,169 fire and rescue related calls. 
  • 371,551 emergency and non-emergency calls to/from the 9-1-1 Center. 133,104 calls were received on 9-1-1 or ten-digit emergency lines. 
  • Animal Services issued 7,508 dog licenses.

Cultural and Recreation Services


  • 92,712 athletic patron visits. 
  • 269,878 patron visits at three pools. 
  • 105,407 patron visits to Adult and Senior Services programs.  
  • 912 events with attendance over 176,000 at the Hult Center and 20 events with attendance over 59,000 at the Cuthbert Amphitheater. 
  • 50 summer events and concerts in neighborhood parks and downtown with attendance over 50,000. 
  • Over 1.1 million patrons visited all library locations. 
  • Over 2.7 million items checked out from all library locations annually. 
  • 24,250 patron visits to Adaptive Recreation programs. 
  • 187,460 patron visits to Youth and Family Recreation Programs.

Summary of Expenditures - All Funds


Fiscal Year 2018
Fund Name Budget
($ thousands)
Percent
Ambulance Transport $10,324 1.5%
Community Development 13,737 2.0%
Construction and Rental Housing 14,656 2.1%
Facilities 14,347 2.1%
Fleet Services 37,080 5.5%
General 210,802 31.1%
General Capital Projects 29,466 4.3%
General Obligation Debt Service 13,447 2.0%
Information Systems and Services 18,047 2.6%
Library Local Option Levy 2,792 0.4%
Library, Parks and Recreation 5,094 0.8%
Municipal Airport 34,621 5.1%
Parking Services 8,653 1.3%
Professional Services Fund 9,034 1.3%
Public Safety Communications 3,876 0.6%
Risk and Benefits Fund 58,965 8.7%
Road 16,106 2.4%
Solid Waste and Recycling 1,811 0.3%
Special Assessment Bond Debt 323 0.1%
Special Assessment Capital Projects 1,241 0.2%
Special Assessment Management 1,276 0.2%
Stormwater Utility 28,395 4.2%
Systems Development Capital Projects 32,997 4.9%
Telecom Registration/Licensing 5,414 0.8%
Transportation Capital 42,390 6.3%
Wastewater Utility 62,348 10.1%
Total City of Eugene Funds $677,240 100%

Summary of Expenditures - General Fund


Fiscal Year 2018
Departmental Budget
($ thousands)
Percent
Central Services $26,214 17.0%
Fire and Emergency Medical Services 30,239 19.6%
Library, Recreation and Cultural Services 30,732 19.9%
Planning and Development 7,204 4.7%
Police 53,279 34.6%
Public Works  6,463 4.2%
Total Department Operating $154,131 100%
     
Non-Departmental

Debt Service $0 0.0%
Contingency 12 0.0%
Interfund Transfers 5,671 10.0%
Miscellaneous 700 1.2%
Reserve for Revenue Shortfall 18,565 32.8%
Other Reserves 6,394 11.3%
Unnappropriated Ending Fund Balance 25,330 44.7%
Total Non-Departmental $56,671 100%
 

Total Requirements $210,802 100%

Summary of Revenues - General Fund


Fiscal Year 2018
Revenue Category Budget
(thousands $)
Percent
Beginning Working Capital $53,877 25.6%
Taxes 114,667 54.4%
Licenses/Permits 7,219 3.4%
Intergovernmental 5,137 2.4%
Rental 141 0.1%
Charges for Services 16,699 7.9%
Fines/Forfeitures 2,135 1.0%
Miscellaneous 702 0.3%
Interfund Transfers 10,225 4.9%
Total $210,802 100%

Property Tax Information - All Funds


Fiscal Year 2018
Estimated Assessed Value: $14.6 Billion



Property Tax Rates and Levy Rate Per $1,000 Gross Levy
($ thousands)
Property Taxes (net of URA) $6.87 $102,337
Library Local Option Levy
0.18 2,700
Debt Service (est. rate) 0.94
13,794
Total City Tax Levy $7.99 $118,831

Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) - All Funds


Fiscal Year 2018

General Fund All Funds
Central Services 124 223
Fire and Emergency Medical Services 169 206
Library, Recreation and Cultural Services 178 196
Planning and Development 33 108
Police 310 328
Public Works 37 427
Total City of Eugene FTE's 851 1,488

Summary of Expenditures - Urban Renewal Agency

Fiscal Year 2018

Budget
($ thousands)
Percent of Total
Downtown General $5,466 59.0%
Downtown Debt Service 3,259 35.2%
Downtown Capital Projects 534 5.8%
Total Downtown District $9,258 100%
 

Riverfront General  $3,587 24.7%
Riverfront Capital Projects 7,726 53.3%
Riverfront Program Revenue 3,195 22.0%
Total Riverfront District $14,508 100%
 

Total URA Budget $23,766 100%