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CITY OF CHICAGO Mayor's Office for People with Disabilities Project data to determine compliance with the Chapter 18-11 of the Chicago Building Code; ANSI A117.1 2003 and the Illinois Accessibility
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Hi I'm Suzy Park budget director for the city of Chicago the Office of Budget and Management is responsible for preparing and overseeing the city's budget as well as leading management initiatives to make the best use of taxpayer dollars so that we can provide high quality city services and programs in 2019 the city of Chicago budget totaled more than ten point six seven billion dollars this budget includes all funds for city services and programs but does not include the budgets for city's sister agencies such as Chicago Public Schools City Colleges of Chicago Park District Chicago Housing Authority and the Chicago Transit Authority the budgets for each sister agencies are separate and distinct with their own revenue sources and oversight the 1067 billion dollar budget is made up of six different kinds of funds today I am going to focus on the four primary funds that fund city services and operations special revenue funds enterprise funds grant funds and the corporate fund special revenue funds are revenues collected from certain taxes and other sources that by law are designated to finance specific city functions some examples include the vehicle Tax Fund which is primarily made up of the proceeds of city vehicle sticker sales funds road repair and maintenance and the emergency communications fund that pays for the city's 9-1-1 operations as well as modernizing the 9-1-1 system through a five dollar surcharge on wireless and landline phones in 2019 special revenue funds represented approximately eight hundred and twenty-eight million dollars or more than 7 of the city's total budget enterprise funds support the operation and maintenance of the city's water and sewer systems as well as O'Hare and Midway International airports each of these self-supporting enterprise funds pay expenses with revenue collected from charges and new our fees for the services it supports for example the water and sewer funds pay for the operation and maintenance of the water and sewer systems such as the management of the city's pumping stations and the sewer main replacement program at O'Hare and Midway Airport the airline's pay the amount that is needed to support operating expenses and debt service each year in addition to other rental and concession fees enterprise funds represented more than 27 billion dollars of the city's budget in 2019 or approximately 24 of the total budget the city also receives grant funds from federal state and local agencies as well as from private foundations these funds are designated for specific purposes and supports city services programs and capital improvements such as housing services to persons experiencing homelessness and road improvements the city received more than 18 billion dollars in grant funds in 2019 the fourth fund is the corporate fund or the city's general operating fund it is the largest fund and supports basic city operations in services such as police and fire Public Health street cleaning and tree trimming the...