Each year, the City prepares an annual budget for the fiscal year beginning on January 1 and ending on December 31. The Finance Department is responsible for the budget preparation process and organizing the data submitted by each department. The budget and budget document are prepared using the requirements and guidelines of the City Charter, State budget law and the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA).
The primary purpose of the budget is to provide Citizens with a comprehensive overview of City services and operations and the resources that fund those services.
The City of Brighton’s Finance Department has a digital application that is a useful, in-depth tool to navigate City financial information. Taxpayer Receipt is an informative tool that allows residents to view how their local sales and property taxes are allocated across services provided by the City. By answering a few questions, an itemized receipt will populate to identify how each tax dollar is utilized across the City. A portion of taxes paid are allocated to other entities, including schools. The amounts in this tool only reflect funds used by the City of Brighton.
- 2020 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- 2020 Proposed Budget Book (PDF)
- 2019 Adopted Budget
- 2019 Proposed Budget Book (PDF)
- 2018 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- 2018 Proposed Budget Book (PDF)
- 2017 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- 2017 Proposed Budget (PDF)
- 2016 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- 2016 Proposed Budget (PDF)
- 2015 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- 2015 Budget in Brief (PDF)
- Capital Improvement Plan 2015-2019 (PDF)
- 2014 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- Capital Improvement Plan 2014 - 2018 (PDF)
- 2013 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- 2012 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- 2011 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- 2010 Adopted Budget (PDF)
- 2009 Adopted Budget (PDF)