City Council Passes Biennial Budget
Two-year budget slated to go into effect July 1
LOMPOC, CA, June 25, 2019 – Lompoc City Council passed the city’s 2019-2021 biennial budget Monday night, with the budget slated to go into effect July 1.
Council voted 4-1 in favor of passing the budget during its City Council Special Meeting on Monday, June 24.
The budget includes elimination of the following positions: an office staff assistant in recreation, an office staff assistant in economic development, an assistant planner, an associate planner, the senior code enforcement officer, a development services assistant in code enforcement, the public information officer, a fire department battalion chief, and reduction in the fire roster for overtime by $600,000.
The budget also includes holding the following positions vacant: a park maintenance worker, a park ranger, three police officers and various positions at the city manager’s discretion totaling $509,000.
More information on the special meeting during which the budget was passed can be found at: https://www.cityoflompoc.com/government/committees-boards/city-council.
The draft version of the 2019-2021 budget can be viewed at: