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Operations & Budget

The St. Louis County budget is mission driven to promote health and safety, ensure sound infrastructure, embrace our natural resources, and support an environment where communities prosper.



Financial Highlights

Review the Annual Popular Financial Report (APFR) to learn about St. Louis County's financial position at the end of its fiscal year. The APFR serves as a simplified, condensed version of the Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR).

Annual Popular Financial Report (APFR)

Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR)

Capital Budget

The Capital Improvement Program (CIP) is a five year plan that identifies major capital needs. The county updates this plan each year as part of the annual budget process.

The CIP identifies projects that have been designed to support existing or projected needs in the following areas: transportation infrastructure (road and bridges), county facilities, land improvement/development/acquisition, equipment purchases and technology. It is the county’s principal planning tool, and is designed and strategically used to achieve growth and development as envisioned in the county’s Departmental Business Plans.

Amended 5-Year Capital Improvement Plan 2021-25

Budget Schedule

Fee Schedule

As part of the annual budget process, the St. Louis County Board reviews fees charged by county departments. In compliance with state statutes, a public hearing is held before the schedule is approved by the board.

2021 Fee Schedule

2020 Fee Schedule

Budget Presentations

Citizens' Guide


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