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Financial Transparency
Pasco County is committed to honest budgeting,
responsible spending and financial transparency.

In this spirit, Pasco has partnered with OpenGov to provide residents and stakeholders with the Financial Transparency Portal. The portal is designed to bring visibility, openness, and accountability to our operations.  
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This site provides you the opportunity to view, filter and analyze revenue, expense and balance sheet financial data for Pasco. You can even download the data (i.e. in Excel) for offline analysis. Pasco County's Office of Management and Budget calculates the net budget by subtracting out the interfund transfers from the gross (or overall) budget.
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Feedback Form on FY18 Budget

 How does the FY18 Budget compare to
 previous years by major expense types?

Where does the money come from to pay
for the FY18 budgeted spending?

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What are the changes in spending 
in the General Fund?

What has been the growth
in tax revenues?

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What are the General Fund Revenues?

How much has Pasco's millage rate
(property tax rate) changed?

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  • No change in the operating millage rate of 7.6076
  • No change in the Fire Service millage rate of 1.8036
  • The taxable value of homesteaded properties will not increase by more than 2.1%
  • The average single-family, homesteaded homeowner will pay an additional $7.99 in operating millage property taxes and $1.89 more for Fire Services due to increase in property values.
  • Increase the Storm-water Assessment from $57 per ERU to $95 per ERU (Equivalent Residential Unit = single-family home) to improve the current level of service and jump start SWFWMD cooperative drainage projects.
  • Funds year 3 of the Sheriff's pay plan and hires 33 additional S.O. employees including 5 certified positions and 6 LEO trainers
  • Replaces the Property Appraiser's mainframe computing system
  • Replaces voting equipment for the Supervisor of Elections
  • Funds a 4% wage increase for Board and Constitutional employees
  • Funds 24 BCC business plan initiatives: 10 in GF/MSF including Rescues 34 and 211, as well as restoration of hours for two branch libraries.
  • $1.5 million for parks deferred maintenance.