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Financial Information & Budget

The City of Kissimmee CRA uses October 1 - September 30 as the Fiscal Year Period for the annual Budget.

To view the City of Kissimmee recommended 2018 budget (including City of Kissimmee CRA) click

http://www.kissimmee.org/home/showdocument?id=5323

 To view the City of Kissimmee 2017 budget (including CRA) click 

/Home/ShowDocument?id=4608

To view the City of Kissimmee 2016 Budget (including City of Kissimmee CRA)  click http://www.kissimmee.org/modules/showdocument.aspx?documentid=4020

To view the City's Annual Budget click http://208.106.254.69/budgets/2014-2015_Annual_Budget.pdf

To view the City of Kissimmee Comprehensive Annual Financial Report Including the financial audit for the City of Kissimmee CRA for Fiscal Year 2016 click

/Home/ShowDocument?id=5255

 To view the City of Kissimmee Comprehensive Annual Financial Report FY15, including the financial audit for the City of Kissimmee CRA click

/Home/ShowDocument?id=4475

To view the City of Kissimmee Comprehensive Annual Financial Report FY14 including the Financial Audit for the City of Kissimmee CRA click City of Kissimmee Annual Financial Report 2014

To view the Department of Financial Services' Annual Report visit https://apps.fldfs.com/localgov/reports

To view the Department of Special District Accountability Program visit www.FloridaJobs.org/SpecialDistricts

For more information visit the Florida Special District Handbook www.FloridaJobs.org/SpecialDistrictHandbook

(1) AD VALOREM TAXES - An elected board shall have the power to levy and assess an ad valorem tax on all the taxable property in the district to construct, operate, and maintain assessable improvements; to pay the principal of, and interest on, any general obligation bonds of the district; and to provide for any sinking or other funds established in connection with any such bonds.  An ad valorem tax levied by the board for operating purposes, exclusive of debt service on bonds, shall not exceed 3 mills, except that a district authorized by a local general-purpose government to exercise one or more powers specified in s. 190.012(2) may levy an additional 2 mills for operating purposes, exclusive of debt service on bonds.  The ad valorem tax provided for herein shall be in addition to county and all other ad valorem provided for by law.  Such tax shall be assessed, levied, and collected in the same manner and same time as county taxes.  The levy of ad valorem taxes shall be approved by referendum when required by the State Constitution.