ONI Main: 503-823-4519
City/County Info: 503-823-4000
1221 SW 4th Ave, Suite 110, Portland, OR 97204
Link to the City's Community Development section of the FY2010-11 Adopted Budget. ONI's budget starts on page 411 (pages 97-119 of the pdf document).
The ONI FY2010-11 Requested Budget with narrative and summary numbers as submitted to the Office of Management and Finance on February 1, 2010.
Summary table of the ONI FY2010-11 Requested Budget as approved by the ONI BAC.
Summary of the ONI budget development process and the resulting budget request.
List of participants involved in the ONI BAC during FY2010-11 Budget Development.
Updated February 2010.
Summary of all cuts and add package approved by the BAC at the 1/19/10 meeting. Includes 4% required cut and "Right Budget for ONI" with funding for Small Grants, Mediation/Facilitation and Graffiti Abatement.
Instructions and budget cut worksheet for all ONI Programs and Partners/grantees to complete by December 29, 2009. Information submitted will be compiled and discussed at the January 4, 2010 BAC meeting.
Mayor and Council's guiding principles during FY10 budget development (no revised principles available for FY11 development).
Review of the ONI Budget process during last budget cycle including program prioritization, budget requested, budget received and reductions by programs. Presented at the 12-14-09 BAC by Doretta Schrock.
Draft criteria/guidelines for a successful process and a good ONI budget. Based on guidelines used in prior years, these have been revised based on feedback at the 11/30/09 meeting.
Responses to written questions submitted during BAC meetings. Updated 12/7/09.
Summary job description for volunteers interested in assisting facilitate the ONI Budget Advisory Committee develop the FY2011 budget. Responses due November 20, 2009
A "Budget 101" overview of budgeting at the City and ONI, presented to the ONI BAC at the budget kickoff on October 12, 2009.
Invitation from co-chairs and bureau director including preliminary schedule of meetings.
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