Where·Intergovernmental Revenues Are Used
- Updated on Thursday, January 03, 2013 January 03, 2013
This area is where the city receives money from other governmental entities. In some cases, this is revenue for a service performed such as payments from the Albany Rural Fire Protection District to receive services from the Albany Fire Department.
Other big sources are grants from the federal and state governments. These revenues are mostly dedicated and can only be used for specified purposes. If the city chooses not to apply for or receive these funds then the associated work is not performed.
The General Fund has $1,166,100 of shared revenue from the State of Oregon. That money goes into the common pool to support General Fund operations including Police, Fire, Library, Nondepartmental, Planning, and Code Enforcement beyond any direct grants those operations may receive.
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