Budget of Kraków

Budget of Kraków

The budget of the city of Kraków, which is presented by the Mayor of Kraków on the 15th of November each year, in 2006 had a projected revenue of 2,150 million złoty. [Bulletin of Public Information for the City of Kraków. Publisher: Wydział Strategii i Rozwoju Miasta, 2005-05-04. Author: Wojciech Piątkowski, inspector [] ] The sources of revenue were as follows: 14% from the municipal taxation on real estate properties as well as on the use of amenities, 3% in taxes collected by Collections Office, 7% from sale and lease of city-owned properties, 30% in transfers from the national budget based in federal income tax, 34% in state subsidies, 3% in union fees, 1% from tax on liquor sales permits, and 8% from vehicle registrations, passport fees and others.

Projected expenditures, to the total amount of 2,349 million złoty, included: 79% in city maintenance costs, and 21% in city development costs. The maintenance costs were divided as follows: 39% toward education and childcare, 9% for the city infrastructure and lighting, 31% toward social services, 4% for culture and recreational facilities, 3% for mortgage repayments, 1% in transfers to poorer districts and 13% for other expenses including city administration.

City of Krakow development costs were divided as follows: 41% toward road building, transport and communication, 25% — city's infrastructure and environment, 2% for social housing, 8% for modernization of cultural facilities including museums, 15% for sports facilities, and 9% for hospitals, daycare centres and schools. [Biuletyn Statystyczny Miasta Krakowa, published online by BIP Kraków [http://www.bip.krakow.pl/?id=234] ]

Budget of the city of Krakow for the year 2006

Revenue and expenditures.

Source: Załącznik Nr 1 do uchwały Nr XCVIII/980/05 Rady Miasta Krakowaz dnia 21 grudnia 2005 r. [http://www.bip.krakow.pl/zalacznik.php?zal_id=2167]


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