2019-20 School Budget
Residents to vote on $42.5 million budget with less than 2% tax increase on May 21
Residents will vote on capital reserve proposition with NO ADDITIONAL COST to taxpayers
Budget Development Calendar
Voter information – Learn more about registering to vote, where to vote, what is on the ballot, and how to apply for an absentee ballot.
Tax information – Find your town’s tax rate and get more information on STAR program, Tax Levy Limit, and Equalization Rates
Creating a Budget – Learn more about the budget development process and the factors that go into creating a school budget.
School Funding Allocation Report
In New York state, local school boards must annually develop a balanced school budget proposal and put it up for a public vote on the third Tuesday in May. Click on the image below for a timeline of the process.
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Five Year Budget History
2018-19 Adopted Budget
Budget: $41,611,718 I Spending increase: $1,152,696 (2.85%) I Tax levy increase: $713,115 (4.6%)
2018-19 Budget Book I 2018-19 Budget newsletter2017-18 Budget
Adopted Budget: $40,459,022 I Spending increase: $891,573 (0.27%) I Tax levy increase: $92,595 (0.60%)
2017-18 Budget Book I 2017-18 Budget newsletter
Adopted Budget: $39,567,449 I Spending increase: $1,050,955 (2.73%) I Tax levy increase: $42,154 (0.27%)
2016-17 Complete budget book I 2016-17 Budget newsletter
Adopted Budget: $38,516,494 I Spending increase: $933,091 (2.48%) I Tax levy increase: $300,584 (1.99%)
2015-16 Complete budget book I 2015-16 Budget newsletter
Adopted Budget: $37,583,403 I Spending increase: $1,012,750 (2.77%) I Tax levy increase: $346,722 (2.36%)
2014-15 Complete budget book I 2014-15 Budget newsletter
Adopted budget: $36,570,653 I Spending increase: $1,513,534 I Tax levy increase: $431,763 (2.98%)
2013 Budget Book I 2013-14 budget newsletter I 2013-14 tax rates