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Jason Stilwell

 
 

 

Budgets I have developed and administered as either a budget analyst or the budget director.  Links to the budget documents are provided as available.   All budgets received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from the Governmental Finance Officers' Association. 

 

City of Carmel-by-the-Sea (2012-2013)

$13.9 million and 71.69 employees


County of Santa Barbara (2010-2011)

Cost Center Performance Plan

$864.3 million and 3,875 employees

 

 

County of Santa Barbara (2009-2010)

Cost Center Performance Plan

$826.1 million and 4,025 employees

 

 

County of Santa Barbara (2008-2009)

Cost Center Performance Plan

$792.8 million and 4,135 employees

This was my my first budget as Budget Director and was the first time the County received the Performance Measures Recognition Award from GFOA and only the 21st jurisdiction in the entire United States to do so. 

 

County of Santa Barbara (2007-2008)

$800.6 million and 4,351 employees

 

County of Santa Barbara (2006-2007)

$757.0 million and 4,296 employees

 

County of Santa Barbara (2005-2006)

$661.56 million and 4,241 employees

 

County of Santa Barbara (2004-2005)

$635.73 million and 4,234 employees

 

 

County of Santa Barbara (2003-2004)

$620.6 million and 4,265 employees

 

Town of Superior (2003)

$24.5 million and 18.25 employees

 

 

 

Town of Superior (2002)

$28.3 million and 15.75 employees

 

Town of Superior (2001)

$18.0 million and 14.25 employees

 

Town of Superior (2000)

$17.2 million and 14.5 employees

 

Town of Superior (1999)

$3.4 million and 10.5 employees

 

Town of Superior (1998)

$3.1 million and 7.5 employees

 

Town of Superior (1997)

$2.1 million and 5.5 employees

 

Town of Superior (1996)

$1.4 million and 5.0 employees

This first budget I produced for the Town was the first time the Town received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award from GFOA.

 

 

City of Wesminter, Colorado (1995)

 

$68.53 million and 646.72 employees

 

City of Thornton, Colorado (1995)

 

$80.236 million and 390 employees

 

City of Thornton, Colorado (1994)

 

$64.426 million and 388 employees

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

 

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