Matanuska-Susitna Borough

FY 2018 Borough Budget

Thank you for your interest in our efforts to serve you and your neighbors. Our aim is to provide citizens with a comprehensive and understandable version of the budget. We will try to remove some of the mystery from the MSB Budget, and how we use the money you have entrusted to us.

Budgets & CAFR Documents

Budget Documents

Check back often as we will be adding documents, notices and information of interest during the process that we expect will be completed in May.

Budgets

The 2018 Manager's Budget is currently in process. All documents can be found under the communication section below. For times and dates of Assembly budget deliberation, see the Public Meeting calendar.

CAFRs

The Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR), is the companion to the budget. It details how money was spent in the previous year.

Budget Communication & Documents

Communication

This section houses Budget presentations and all Assembly-Staff communication that are used in deliberation.

Budget Communication

Expense Annual Budget by Organization
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Capital Projects Graph 2009-2017
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Areawide Mill Rate 1961-2017
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Tax Revenue Cap Calculation
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Capital Projects 2009-2017
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Budget Presentations

Emergency Services Budget Presentation
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Planning Dept. Budget Presentation
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Borough Manager Presentation
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Capital Projects
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Information Technology Presentation
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Public Works Budget Presentation
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Animal Care Budget Presentation
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Port Budget Presentation
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Community Development Presentation
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Finance Budget Presentation
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What is a mill levy? A service area? Is Fund 100 important?

Budget 101 Video

Listen to the engaging conversation of Borough Attorney Nick Spiropoulos and Assembly Member Vern Halter on what makes up the Borough's budget.


This video is designed to give citizens a starting point on a very complex subject. The hour-long presentation is broken up into short 1-3 minute segments that you can scroll or skip through via text subject markers.

Stefan Himan