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Mission Statement

The Department of Housing and Community Affairs (DHCA) works to preserve and increase the supply of affordable housing; maintain existing housing in a safe and sanitary condition; preserve the safety and quality of residential and commercial areas; ensure fair and equitable relations between landlords and tenants; and support the success of common ownership communities - all with a focus on reducing racial inequities and climate change impacts.

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Budget Overview

The total approved FY24 Operating Budget for the Department of Housing and Community Affairs is $76,759,542, an increase of $8,311,057 or 12.14 percent from the FY23 Approved Budget of $68,448,485. Personnel Costs comprise 18.42 percent of the budget for 112 full-time position(s) and no part-time position(s), and a total of 106.20 FTEs. Total FTEs may include seasonal or temporary positions and may also reflect workforce charged to or from other departments or funds. Operating Expenses and Debt Service account for the remaining 81.58 percent of the FY24 budget.

In addition, this department's Capital Improvements Program (CIP) requires Current Revenue funding.

County Priority Outcomes

While this program area supports all eight of the County Result Areas, the following are emphasized:

  • A Greener County
  • An Affordable, Welcoming County for a Lifetime
  • Effective, Sustainable Government

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Program Performance Measures

Performance measures for this department are included below (where applicable), with multi-program measures displayed at the front of this section and program-specific measures shown with the relevant program. The FY23 estimates reflect funding based on the FY23 approved budget. The FY24 and FY25 figures are performance targets based on the FY24 approved budget and funding for comparable service levels in FY25.

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Initiatives

  • Provide $97.2 million for affordable housing, including $65.2 million in the Montgomery Housing Initiative (MHI) Fund and $32 million in the Affordable Housing Acquisition and Preservation CIP project. This dedicated funding provides for the renovation of distressed housing, the acquisition and preservation of affordable housing units, creation of housing units for special needs residents, rental assistance and rapid rehousing, homeowner downpayment assistance, services to the "Building Neighborhoods to Call Home", "Design for Life", and "Housing First" programs, and the creation of mixed-income housing.

  • Add one Housing Code Inspector and one Investigator to enhance DHCA's operations and service delivery related to housing code enforcement and landlord-tenant mediation to support increasing demand and provide more effective services.

  • Allocate $30.2 million from loan repayments to the Preservation of Naturally Occurring Affordable Housing Fund to continue housing preservation efforts in areas at risk of rent escalation to higher market rents, including the Purple Line Corridor and other County transit corridors.

  • Continue to actively underwrite affordable housing loans to preserve and produce affordable housing. Three developments for multi-family projects have already been identified for potential funding in FY24. These developments would preserve or produce a total of 590 units, including 412 affordable units.

  • Provide additional resources to support rental assistance and rental agreements implemented by the Department of Health and Human Services and DHCA with the estimated $7.6 million in recordation tax premium generated from Bill 17-23.

  • Collaborate with the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and the Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC) to provide rental assistance programs to the County's most vulnerable residents. Funding supports lower-income residents by offsetting rent increases and preserving affordable rents.

  • Continue funding the "Design for Life" Program to provide for accessibility upgrades in single-family residences.
  • Provide additional resources to offset discontinued Federal funds for tenants to access legal assistance, counseling, and education services.

  • Provide funding to develop a "Faith-Based Housing Development Initiative" pilot project by working with mission-aligned houses of worship to increase the supply of affordable housing for low- and moderate-income households and advance racial equity in the County.

  • Continue funding support in the Homeowner Assistance Program for downpayment assistance to first-time homebuyers, including full-time career employees of Montgomery County and Montgomery County Public Schools, to help make homebuying more affordable in the County.

  • Continue to apply for and receive Federal grants, including the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), the HOME Investment Partnership Grant, and the Emergency Solutions Grant, which provide funding for affordable housing, housing rehabilitation, commercial revitalization, focused neighborhood assistance, public services, and preventing homelessness.

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Innovations and Productivity Improvements

  • DHCA's Moderately Priced Dwelling Unit (MPDU) program is the first mandatory inclusionary zoning law program in the United States. As of FY22, there are approximately 4,000 units under control in the MPDU program, split between rental and individually owned homeownership MPDUs. During FY22, the MPDU program oversaw the construction of 249 new MPDUs built and offered either for sale (122 units) or for rent (127 units) in Montgomery County.
  • DHCA's Multifamily Housing Development Team successfully closed eight residential real estate transactions in FY22. Montgomery County provided more than $22 million towards these developments. Across Montgomery County, these real estate projects preserved, rehabilitated and/or produced 516 units of affordable rental housing, at an average cost of $42,800 per unit.
  • The Code Enforcement team completes an average of 28,000 site visits and 10,000 service requests annually. Due to departmental COVID-19 protocols and other complications associated with the pandemic, site visits and service requests declined in FY21. During FY22, when nearly all COVID-19 protocols were lifted, the Division returned to its pre-pandemic productivity where 28,185 site visits and 10,221 service requests were completed.
  • Historically, DHCA has maintained a contract with the City of Takoma Park to inspect the City's residential rental facilities and units. This agreement, which began in 2003, was put in place to ensure the protection of the health, welfare and safety of persons residing in over six hundred rental facilities and 3,700 rental units within the City of Takoma Park. A new contract was ratified in early FY23.
  • The Focused Neighborhood Assistance (FNA) program provides financial and technical assistance to select neighborhoods to improve the quality of life, safety, and welfare of their residents. Construction is currently underway for the Grover's Forge, Center Stage, Walker's Choice and The Hamptons neighborhoods of Montgomery Village. Construction activities are also underway for the Montclair Manor community of Silver Spring and the Wedgewood drainage and site improvement project. All of these communities will benefit from site improvements and new lighting throughout their neighborhoods.

Program Descriptions

  Multi-Family Housing Programs

This program creates and preserves affordable multi-family housing units. Loans are made to the HOC, nonprofit organizations, property owners, and for-profit developers. This program provides funding to: preserve existing affordable housing units; construct and acquire affordable housing units; rehabilitate existing rental housing stock; participate in housing or mixed-use developments that...

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  Affordable Housing Programs

This program creates and preserves affordable single-family housing units. It enforces Chapter 25A of the County Code to ensure that Moderately Priced Dwelling Units (MPDUs) are provided and monitored for resale control. The Code requires that 12.5 percent to 15.0 percent of an approved development of 20 dwelling units or...

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  Housing Code Enforcement

This program enforces Chapter 26 of the County Code, Housing Maintenance, by inspecting rental condominiums, multi-family apartments, and single-family housing to ensure safe and sanitary conditions; Chapter 48, Solid Wastes; and Chapter 58, Weeds, the County's residential weeds and rubbish codes. Approximately 80 percent of the single-family inspections result from...

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  Grants Administration - Federal Programs

Staff provides management and oversight to ensure compliance with all regulatory requirements for Federal funding awarded to Montgomery County by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) for the Community Development Block Grant, the HOME Investment Partnership Grant, and the Emergency Solutions Grant programs. Funds from these programs...

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  Landlord-Tenant Mediation

This program ensures fair and equitable relations between landlords and tenants and encourages the maintenance and improvement of housing. Activities including mediating and arbitrating disputes; providing information and technical assistance to all parties; and taking legal action as necessary, including referring unresolved complaints to the Montgomery County Commission on Landlord-Tenant...

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  Neighborhood Revitalization

This program provides planning and implementation for neighborhood revitalization in targeted areas. Activities include commercial revitalization (physical and economic) in both local retail centers and central business districts as well as assistance to address other community concerns, including issues related to housing and public services. Primary funding for these activities...

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  Licensing and Registration

This program issues licenses to all rental housing (apartments, condominiums, and single-family) and registers all housing units within common ownership communities....

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  Housing Administration

This program provides management and oversight to support activities within the housing division including single and multi-family housing programs, and landlord tenant mediation. This program was formerly included as part of Housing Development and Loan Programs....

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  Administration

This program provides overall direction, administration, and managerial support to the Department. Activities include budgeting, financial management, asset management, personnel management and administration, program oversight, training, automated systems management, and policy/program development and implementation....

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  Common Ownership Community Program

The Common Ownership Community (COC) program ensures fair and equitable relations between the governing bodies of homeowner associations, condominium associations, and cooperatives, and the individuals living within these common ownership communities, and encourages the maintenance and improvement of housing. Activities include mediating and arbitrating disputes; providing information and technical assistance...

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Budget Trends
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Program Contacts

Contact Pofen Salem of the Department of Housing and Community Affairs at 240.777.3728 or Anita Aryeetey of the Office of Management and Budget at 240.777.2784 for more information regarding this department's operating budget.

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Budget Summary
TitleActual
FY22
Budget
FY23
Estimate
FY23
Approved
FY24
%Chg
Bud/App
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
EXPENDITURES
Salaries and Wages5673863.006072291.00 5899589.00 6858762.0013.0
Employee Benefits1688269.001680888.00 1631498.00 1935550.0015.2
County General Fund Personnel Costs7362132.007753179.00 7531087.00 8794312.0013.4
Operating Expenses1999377.001751387.00 1750958.00 1831406.004.6
County General Fund Expenditures9361509.009504566.00 9282045.00 10625718.0011.8
PERSONNEL
Full-Time107.00110.00 110.00 112.001.8
Part-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
FTEs62.6565.65 65.65 69.255.5
REVENUES
Landlord-Tennant Fees7328326.007592500.00 7240000.00 7487350.00-1.4
Common Ownership Community Fees717625.00792500.00 802850.00 1024705.0029.3
Other Charges/Fees-12265.0074350.00 64000.00 41500.00-44.2
Other Fines/Forfeitures78376.0040000.00 40000.00 9000.00-77.5
Miscellaneous Revenues-19872.006500.00 6500.00 6500.000.0
Board of Appeals Fees-3544.008000.00 8000.00 0.00-100.0
Other Licenses/Permits0.00492000.00 2000.00 3000.00-99.4
Fire Code Enforcement Permits0.0060000.00 60000.00 0.00-100.0
County General Fund Revenues8088646.009065850.00 8223350.00 8572055.00-5.4
 
MONTGOMERY HOUSING INITIATIVE
EXPENDITURES
Salaries and Wages1318473.001988499.00 1477406.00 2455037.0023.5
Employee Benefits369471.00507794.00 361688.00 626902.0023.5
Montgomery Housing Initiative Personnel Costs1687944.002496293.00 1839094.00 3081939.0023.5
Operating Expenses40195853.0046594130.00 45218077.00 54205753.0016.3
Montgomery Housing Initiative Expenditures41883797.0049090423.00 47057171.00 57287692.0016.7
PERSONNEL
Full-Time0.001.00 1.00 1.000.0
Part-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
FTEs17.0518.05 18.05 22.1522.7
REVENUES
Land Sale Proceeds0.001500000.00 9839671.00 0.00-100.0
Commitment Fee0.00200000.00 200000.00 200000.000.0
Asset Management Fee0.0070200.00 70200.00 70200.000.0
MHI Transfer Tax0.00100000.00 120689.00 100000.000.0
Recordation Tax27898441.0019510377.00 18014231.00 23879590.0022.4
Loan Payments574252.003300000.00 2784476.00 3300000.000.0
Miscellaneous Revenues661242.0075006.00 94708.00 75006.000.0
MPDU Revenues2797573.001970000.00 1000000.00 1970000.000.0
Other Financing Sources6643.0047230.00 47230.00 54510.0015.4
Investment Income5009877.003453280.00 1227134.00 4043580.0017.1
Other Charges and Fees95100.000.00 7290.00 0.000.0
MPDU Alternative Payments0.00360000.00 360000.00 360000.000.0
HOC Contributions0.002846875.00 2846875.00 4978750.0074.9
Montgomery Housing Initiative Revenues37043128.0033432968.00 36612504.00 39031636.0016.7
 
GRANT FUND - MCG
EXPENDITURES
Salaries and Wages1262949.001932732.00 1932732.00 1869393.00-3.3
Employee Benefits187937.00507051.00 507051.00 392108.00-22.7
Grant Fund - MCG Personnel Costs1450886.002439783.00 2439783.00 2261501.00-7.3
Operating Expenses15127964.007413713.00 7413713.00 6584631.00-11.2
Capital Outlay5544089.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Grant Fund - MCG Expenditures22122939.009853496.00 9853496.00 8846132.00-10.2
PERSONNEL
Full-Time0.00-1.00 -1.00 -1.000.0
Part-Time0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
FTEs21.5020.50 20.50 14.80-27.8
REVENUES
Miscellaneous Revenues172954.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Federal Grants19449342.007571762.00 7571762.00 6930829.00-8.5
Other Intergovernmental58755.00281734.00 281734.00 285303.001.3
State Grants471.000.00 0.00 630000.000.0
Loan Payments0.002000000.00 2000000.00 1000000.00-50.0
Investment Income19634.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Grant Fund - MCG Revenues19701156.009853496.00 9853496.00 8846132.00-10.2
 
DEPARTMENT TOTALS
Total Expenditures73368245.0068448485.00 66192712.00 76759542.0012.1
Total Full-Time Positions107.00110.00 110.00 112.001.8
Total Part-Time Positions0.000.00 0.00 0.000.0
Total FTEs101.20104.20 104.20 106.201.9
Total Revenues64832930.0052352314.00 54689350.00 56449823.007.8
FY24 Approved Changes
TitleExpendituresFTEs
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
FY23 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION950456665.65
Changes (with service impacts)
Add: One Investigator III Position to Comply with County Mandates [Landlord-Tenant Mediation]922001.00
Add: One Program Specialist II Position (Licensing and Registration) to Increase Outreach and Revenue Collections [Licensing and Registration]802801.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Increase Cost: FY24 Compensation Adjustment3353910.00
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY23 Compensation Increases3198170.00
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY23 Lapsed Positions2193370.00
Technical Adj: Realign Budget by Shifting Expenditures between Personnel Costs and Operating Expenses [Administration]1151550.00
Shift: Senior Planning Specialist Position to Support Multifamily Housing Program Operations [Multi-Family Housing Programs]1101551.00
Shift: Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Housing Code Enforcement]990581.00
Shift: Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Neighborhood Revitalization]924310.60
Increase Cost: Implement Bill 26-22 for Radon Testing and Mitigation [Landlord-Tenant Mediation]589400.00
Increase Cost: Three Percent Inflationary Adjustment to Non-Profit Service Provider Contracts [Administration]169810.00
Increase Cost: Printing and Mail40640.00
Decrease Cost: Miscellaneous Operating Expenses [Grants Administration - Federal Programs]-10000.00
Decrease Cost: Miscellaneous Operating Expenses [Affordable Housing Programs]-10000.00
Decrease Cost: Miscellaneous Operating Expenses [Multi-Family Housing Programs]-10000.00
Decrease Cost: Miscellaneous Operating Expenses [Landlord-Tenant Mediation]-15000.00
Re-align: One-time Budget Adjustment to Reflect Higher than Expected Vacant Positions [Administration]-54860.00
Decrease Cost: Retirement Adjustment-74400.00
Decrease Cost: Miscellaneous Operating Expenses [Housing Code Enforcement]-95000.00
Decrease Cost: Miscellaneous Operating Expenses [Administration]-149410.00
Decrease Cost: Miscellaneous Operating Expenses and Professional Education/Training [Common Ownership Community Program]-235000.00
Decrease Cost: Motor Pool Adjustment-730400.00
Shift: Senior Planning Specialist Position from the Affordable Housing Program to the Multi-family Program to Support Operational Needs [Affordable Housing Programs]-110155-1.00
Decrease Cost: Annualization of FY23 Personnel Costs-1740950.00
FY24 APPROVED1062571869.25
 
MONTGOMERY HOUSING INITIATIVE
FY23 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION4909042318.05
Changes (with service impacts)
Add: Recordation Tax Premium Generated from Bill 17-23 [Administration]76060000.00
Enhance: Design for Life Program [Affordable Housing Programs]3000000.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Increase Cost: Operating Expenses to Reflect Adjustments to the General Fund Transfer to Housing Initiative Fund (HIF) [Multi-Family Housing Programs]35253890.00
Increase Cost: Housing Opportunities Commission (HOC) Production Fund Contribution to the Housing Initiative Fund (HIF) [Multi-Family Housing Programs]21318750.00
Increase Cost: Operating Expenses to Reflect Adjusted Investment Income Estimates [Multi-Family Housing Programs]5903000.00
Increase Cost: Realign Budget by Shifting Expenditures between Personnel Costs and Operating Expenses [Multi-Family Housing Programs]3945240.00
Replace: Discounted Federal Funding to Continue Service Delivery for Tenant Outreach, Education, and Counseling [Landlord-Tenant Mediation]3894000.00
Replace: Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Affordable Housing Programs]1708251.50
Shift: Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Neighborhood Revitalization]1533371.30
Replace: Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Administration]1183210.90
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY23 Lapsed Positions1010420.00
Increase Cost: FY24 Compensation Adjustment840950.00
Increase Cost: Annualization of FY23 Compensation Increases838940.00
Replace: Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Housing Administration]616210.40
Increase Cost: Three Percent Inflationary Adjustment to Non-Profit Service Provider Contracts [Administration]482420.00
Increase Cost: Adjustment Other Revenue Sources in the Housing Initiative Fund (HIF) [Multi-Family Housing Programs]72800.00
Decrease Cost: Retirement Adjustment-29650.00
Decrease Cost: Annualization of FY23 Personnel Costs-1845240.00
Decrease Cost: Operating Expenses for Affordable Housing Projects Based on Reduced Land Sale Proceeds Contributions to the Housing Initiative Fund (HIF) [Multi-Family Housing Programs]-15000000.00
Decrease Cost: Operating Expenses to Reflect the Debt Service Transfer for the Housing Capital Improvements Program (CIP) and the Housing Opportunities (HOC) Production Fund [Multi-Family Housing Programs]-26446000.00
Decrease Cost: Rental Assistance Program Due to Decreased Recordation Tax Premium Estimates [Multi-Family Housing Programs]-32367870.00
FY24 APPROVED5728769222.15
 
GRANT FUND - MCG
FY23 ORIGINAL APPROPRIATION985349620.50
Federal/State Programs
Add: Ayuda - Domestic Violence & Family Law Survivors Program450000.00
Add: Community Clinic, Inc. - Increasing Breastfeeding Access for Low-Income Women450000.00
Add: Collegiate Directions - Career Mentoring Initiative450000.00
Add: Community Bridges - College Access and Success Program for Girls450000.00
Add: EveryMind - Friendly Visitor and Rep Payee Case Management Services450000.00
Add: Foods and Friends - Improving the Lives and Health of the Most Vulnerable by Improving Food Delivery and Reducing Food Insecurity450000.00
Add: Montgomery County Coalition for the Homeless, Inc. - Rapid Exit Specialist450000.00
Add: Community Reach of Montgomery County - Rockville Emergency Assistance Program (REAP)449630.00
Add: Community Clinic, Inc. - Food as Medicine: CCI's Teaching Kitchen409280.00
Add: Community FarmShare - Expanding Culturally Valued Fresh Produce Access to at Risk Residents370000.00
Add: Horizon Greater Washington Inc. Summer Program350000.00
Add: Digital Bridge USA - Technology Training Community341090.00
Add: Arts for the Aging - Health Equity Through the Participatory Arts300000.00
Add: Ethiopian Community Center - Education and Youth Development255720.00
Add: Mobile Medical Care - Keeping Focused on Diabetic Eye Health240650.00
Add: Germantown Cultural Arts Center, Inc. - Beyond BlackRock: Positive Youth Development Arts Outreach Programming224280.00
Add: Community Reach of Montgomery County - Cancer Prevention and Screening and Hypertension Management in the Mansfield Kaseman Health Clinic209350.00
Other Adjustments (with no service impacts)
Technical Adj: Realign Budget Allocation Between PC and OE to Meet the Estimated Grant Amount [Grants Administration - Federal Programs]1782820.00
Increase Cost: Emergency Solutions Grant Operating Expenses [Grants Administration - Federal Programs]41190.00
Increase Cost: Takoma Park Code Enforcement Contract [Grants Administration - Federal Programs]35690.00
Replace: Shift Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Administration]0-0.90
Replace: Shift Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Neighborhood Revitalization]0-1.90
Replace: Shift Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Housing Administration]0-0.40
Replace: Shift Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Affordable Housing Programs]0-1.50
Replace: Shift Grant Funded Positions to Be Funded with County Resources to Meet Federal Requirements [Housing Code Enforcement]0-1.00
Decrease Cost: Annualization of FY23 Personnel Costs-1782820.00
Decrease Cost: Home Investment Partnership Program (HOME) Grant Operating Expenses [Grants Administration - Federal Programs]-2822550.00
Decrease Cost: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Adjustments [Administration]-6300000.00
Decrease Cost: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Operating Expenses [Grants Administration - Federal Programs]-7327970.00
FY24 APPROVED884613214.80
Program Summary
Program NameFY23 APPR
Expenditures
FY23 APPR
FTEs
FY24 APPR
Expenditures
FY24 APPR
FTEs
Administration233133913.80253555213.70
Affordable Housing Programs9258567.5011380196.50
Common Ownership Community Program9051906.1510113326.15
Grants Administration - Federal Programs87412006.7093469776.70
Housing Administration3992293.954434913.95
Housing Code Enforcement476824838.50545419839.50
Landlord-Tenant Mediation14879109.00201028610.00
Licensing and Registration4708533.204869253.20
Multi-Family Housing Programs465417107.90529338368.90
Neighborhood Revitalization18769507.5013989267.60
Total68448485104.2076759542106.20
Charges to Other Departments
Charged DepartmentCharged FundFY23
Total$
FY23
FTES
FY24
Total$
FY24
FTES
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
CIPCapital Fund1659151.701794601.70
Permitting ServicesPermitting Services1086381.001188421.00
Recycling and Resource ManagementSolid Waste Disposal7072645.507765625.50
Total9818178.2010748648.20
Funding Parameter Items ($000s)
TitleFY24FY25FY26FY27FY28FY29
COUNTY GENERAL FUND
EXPENDITURES
FY24 Approved10626.00000010626.00000010626.00000010626.00000010626.00000010626.000000
No inflation or compensation change is included in outyear projections.
Annualization of Positions Approved in FY240.000000212.000000212.000000212.000000212.000000212.000000
New positions in the FY24 budget are generally assumed to be filled at least two months after the fiscal year begins. Therefore, the above amounts reflect annualization of these positions in the outyears.
Elimination of One-Time Items Approved in FY240.000000-43.000000-43.000000-43.000000-43.000000-43.000000
Items recommended for one-time funding in FY24, including (operating budget expenses associated with new hires, including office equipment and vehicles, and a one-time lapse reduction), will be eliminated from the base in the outyears.
Labor Contracts0.000000312.000000312.000000312.000000312.000000312.000000
These figures represent the estimated annualized cost of general wage adjustments, service increments, and other negotiated items.
Restoration of One-Time Items Approved in FY240.0000005.0000005.0000005.0000005.0000005.000000
Restoration of one-time budget adjustment to reflect higher than expected vacant positions.
Subtotal Expenditures10626.00000011112.00000011112.00000011112.00000011112.00000011112.000000
 
MONTGOMERY HOUSING INITIATIVE
EXPENDITURES
FY24 Approved57288.00000057288.00000057288.00000057288.00000057288.00000057288.000000
No inflation or compensation change is included in outyear projections.
Labor Contracts0.00000086.00000086.00000086.00000086.00000086.000000
These figures represent the estimated annualized cost of general wage adjustments, service increments, and other negotiated items.
Subtotal Expenditures57288.00000057374.00000057374.00000057374.00000057374.00000057374.000000
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