2015-16 Los Angeles County Budget

2015-16 Los Angeles County Budget

With an operating budget of more than $28 billion in 2015-2016, the County of Los Angeles is the nation’s largest municipal government. Covering 4,000-plus square miles, it is home to more than 10 million residents. The County’s 108,000 employees range from nurses to truck drivers, sheriff’s deputies to psychiatrists, scientists to scuba divers–together illustrating the complexity and breadth of services provided to its diverse communities. Take a few minutes to explore the budget—and budget process—that makes it all possible.

FINAL ADOPTED BUDGET

$28.195 Billion

  • Health $8.179B

  • Public Protection $7.855B

  • Public Assistance $6.89B

  • General $3.325B

  • Other $1.231B

  • Recreation and Cultural $0.715B

BUDGETED POSITIONS

108,093 Total Positions

31%
Law and Justice
33,408
29%
Health
31,887
21%
Social Services
22,767
9%
General Government
9,752
10%
Special Funds & Special Districts
10,279
TOTAL REQUIREMENTS

$28.195 Billion

  • Health $6.591B

  • Special Funds/Districts $6.466B

  • Social Services $6.446B

  • Public Protection $5.674B

  • Other $3.018B

TOTAL RESOURCES

$28.195 Billion

  • Other $6.774B

  • State Assistance $6.2B

  • Property Taxes $5.682B

  • Charges for Services $4.897B

  • Federal Assistance $4.642B

NET COUNTY COST BY FUNCTION

$7.322 Billion

  • Public Protection $3.114B

  • General $1.872B

  • Public Assistance $1.064B

  • Health and Sanitation $0.919B

  • Recreation and Cultural $0.229B

  • Other $0.124B

TOTAL REVENUE

$28.195 Billion

  • Locally Generated Revenues $7.322B

  • Special Funds and Districts $6.466B

  • State Assistance $5.189B

  • Federal Assistance $4.237B

  • Charges for Services $4.214B

  • Other $0.767B

LOCALLY GENERATED REVENUES

$7.322 Billion

  • Property Taxes $4.766B

  • Fund Balance $1.75B

  • State Realignment VLF $335M

  • Other Nondepartmental Revenues $177M

  • Other Taxes NDR $100M

  • Cancelled Reserves $60M

  • Utility User Tax Measure U $55M

  • Sales Tax $45M

  • Home Owners Property Tax Relief $19M

  • Other Taxes-Triple Flip $15M

With an operating budget of more than $28 billion in 2015-2016, the County of Los Angeles is the nation’s largest municipal government. Covering 4,000-plus square miles, it is home to more than 10 million residents. The County’s 108,000 employees range from nurses to truck drivers, sheriff’s deputies to psychiatrists, scientists to scuba divers–together illustrating the complexity and breadth of services provided to its diverse communities. Take a few minutes to explore the budget—and budget process—that makes it all possible.

FINAL ADOPTED BUDGET

$28.195 Billion

  • Health $8.179B

  • Public Protection $7.855B

  • Public Assistance $6.89B

  • General $3.325B

  • Other $1.231B

  • Recreation and Cultural $0.715B

BUDGETED POSITIONS

108,093 Total Positions

31%
Law and Justice
33,408
29%
Health
31,887
21%
Social Services
22,767
9%
General Govt.
9,752
10%
Special Funds & Special Districts
10,279
TOTAL REQUIREMENTS

$28.195 Billion

  • Health $6.591B

  • Special Funds/Districts $6.466B

  • Social Services $6.446B

  • Public Protection $5.674B

  • Other $3.018B

TOTAL RESOURCES

$28.195 Billion

  • Other $6.774B

  • State Assistance $6.2B

  • Property Taxes $5.682B

  • Charges for Services $4.897B

  • Federal Assistance $4.642B

NET COUNTY COST BY FUNCTION

$7.322 Billion

  • Public Protection $3.114B

  • General $1.872B

  • Public Assistance $1.064B

  • Health and Sanitation $0.919B

  • Recreation and Cultural $0.229B

  • Other $0.124B

TOTAL REVENUE

$28.195 Billion

  • Locally Generated Revenues $7.322B

  • Special Funds and Districts $6.466B

  • State Assistance $5.189B

  • Federal Assistance $4.237B

  • Charges for Services $4.214B

  • Other $0.767B

LOCALLY GENERATED REVENUES

$7.322 Billion

  • Property Taxes $4.766B

  • Fund Balance $1.75B

  • State Realignment VLF $335M

  • Other Nondepartmental Revenues $177M

  • Other Taxes NDR $100M

  • Cancelled Reserves $60M

  • Utility User Tax Measure U $55M

  • Sales Tax $45M

  • Home Owners Property Tax Relief $19M

  • Other Taxes-Triple Flip $15M

With an operating budget of more than $28 billion in 2015-2016, the County of Los Angeles is the nation’s largest municipal government. Covering 4,000-plus square miles, it is home to more than 10 million residents. The County’s 108,000 employees range from nurses to truck drivers, sheriff’s deputies to psychiatrists, scientists to scuba divers–together illustrating the complexity and breadth of services provided to its diverse communities. Take a few minutes to explore the budget—and budget process—that makes it all possible.

FINAL ADOPTED BUDGET

$28.195 Billion

  • Health $8.179B

  • Public Protection $7.855B

  • Public Assistance $6.89B

  • General $3.325B

  • Other $1.231B

  • Recreation and Cultural $0.715B

BUDGETED POSITIONS

108,093 Total Positions

  • Law and Justice 33408

  • Health 31887

  • Social Services 22767

  • General Government 9752

  • Special Funds and Special Districts 10279

TOTAL REQUIREMENTS

$28.195 Billion

  • Health $6.591B

  • Special Funds/Districts $6.466B

  • Social Services $6.446B

  • Public Protection $5.674B

  • Other $3.018B

TOTAL RESOURCES

$28.195 Billion

  • Other $6.774B

  • State Assistance $6.2B

  • Property Taxes $5.682B

  • Charges for Services $4.897B

  • Federal Assistance $4.642B

NET COUNTY COST BY FUNCTION

$7.322 Billion

  • Public Protection $3.114B

  • General $1.872B

  • Public Assistance $1.064B

  • Health and Sanitation $0.919B

  • Recreation and Cultural $0.229B

  • Other $0.124B

TOTAL REVENUE

$28.195 Billion

  • Locally Generated Revenues $7.322B

  • Special Funds and Districts $6.466B

  • State Assistance $5.189B

  • Federal Assistance $4.237B

  • Charges for Services $4.214B

  • Other $0.767B

LOCALLY GENERATED REVENUES

$7.322 Billion

  • Property Taxes $4.766B

  • Fund Balance $1.75B

  • State Realignment VLF $335M

  • Other Nondepartmental Revenues $177M

  • Other Taxes NDR $100M

  • Cancelled Reserves $60M

  • Utility User Tax Measure U $55M

  • Sales Tax $45M

  • Home Owners Property Tax Relief $19M

  • Other Taxes-Triple Flip $15M

Did You Know Los Angeles County has . . .

88

Cities Within Its Borders

24

Hours a Day Info Line at 211

140

Unincorporated Areas

Did You Know Los Angeles County has . . .

88

Cities Within Its Borders

24

Hours a Day Info Line at 211

140

Unincorporated Areas

Did You Know Los Angeles County has . . .

88

Cities Within Its Borders

24

Hours a Day Info Line at 211

140

Unincorporated Areas