Budget and Administrative Services

Mission Statement

Budget and Administrative Services strives to provide guidance, support and assistance as we make recommendations for the development and allocation of resources to meet citizen, County Council and department priorities in a legal, fair, innovative manner for effective, efficient delivery of services to instill public trust and the well-being of citizens.

Functions of Budget and Administrative Services

Budget and Administrative Services prepares and administers the county’s annual budget. It is responsible for setting the budget schedule and procedures, estimating revenues for each fund, reviewing departmental budget requests and is responsible for publishing and monitoring the budget, budget amendments and resolutions, coordinating grants management and assisting in the proper administration of grant programs, preparing financial analysis, reviewing financial options and providing budget information to the County Council as well as the public. This office is also responsible for the functions of the Value Adjustment Board, Grant Management, and Capital Improvement Program.

Current Budget Information

Executive Summary

Adopted Budget Documents

Budget Resolutions

County Goals and Accomplishments [PDF]

Five-year Capital Improvement Program

Five-Year Forecast FY 2018-19 to FY 2022-23

Mini Budget Workshops

2019 Mini Budget Workshops

2018 Mini Budget Workshops

2017 Mini Budget Workshops

2016 Mini Budget Workshops

2015 Mini Budget Workshops

2014 Mini Budget Workshops

2013 Mini Budget Workshops

2012 Mini Budget Workshops

2011 Mini Budget Workshops

Advertising Authorities Budget

Halifax Area Advertising Authority

Southeast Volusia Advertising Authority

West Volusia Advertising Authority

Workforce Development Board

Summary Budget Comparison

Community Redevelopment Area (CRA)

FY 2017 CRA Summaries and Annual Reports

FY 2016 CRA Summaries and Annual Reports

FY 2015 CRA Summaries and Annual Reports

Volusia County Volunteer Firefighters Pension System

Chapter 112.664, Florida Statutes Compliance Report

October 1, 2017 Actuarial Valuation Report

Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)

Florida's Division of Retirement Actuarial Summary Fact Sheet for the Plan

The Volusia County Volunteer Firefighters Pension System does not employ an investment consultant.  The System's asset allocation can be found on page C-3 of the 2017 Valuation Report, the and 5-year history of actual versus assumed investment returns can be found on page D-3 of the 2017 Valuation Report.

Tammy J. Bong


Daytona Beach
386-257-6000, ext. 15934

New Smyrna Beach
386-423-3300, ext. 15934