City Budget

Finance

City Revenue and Expenditures Overview

The City of Castle Pines' Financial Dashboard Center breaks down how your tax dollars are funding city services. This benchmarking platform offers an infographic-based fiscal dashboard with detailed information about our city's revenues, expenditures, demographics and more.

Visit our Financial Dashboard to learn more about our city budget.

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Proposed 2022 Annual Budget

The City Manager submitted the proposed 2022 budget to City Council on September 30 in compliance with the City Charter. City Council will discuss the manager’s proposed budget during their study session on October 26. City Council is scheduled to hold a Public Hearing and then consider the proposed budget for adoption on December 14. The City welcomes and encourages the public’s attendance at the study session and Public Hearing.

For questions contact:
Mike Farina
Finance Director
mike.farina@castlepinesco.gov
303-705-0210

Proposed 2022 Budget

2022 Budget Process

City staff crafted the proposed budget to ensure that the excellent service delivery our community has come to expect under this City Council’s policy direction is not only maintained but is enhanced in service of City Council’s goals and priorities for 2022 and beyond.

Earlier this year, during their annual retreat, Council reaffirmed its goals and to provide greater policy direction to staff. In order to implement the City Council’s vision for the City, they established three fundamental concentration areas to focus on for the upcoming years: Infrastructure Investment, Economic Development, and Creating a Sense of Place. These three concentration areas and the strategic priorities identified within those areas guided City staff as they drafted the proposed budget.

On October 26, City Council will discuss the proposed budget. On December 14, Council will hold a Public Hearing and consider the adoption of the proposed budget.

Watch the recorded October 26 Budget City Council Study Session

See the October 26 City Council Budget Presentation

 

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