Budget Management

The Office of Budget Management is responsible for supporting the development and management of the County’s Annual Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Plan. Additionally, the office assists County Administration in managing the financial performance of the organization, providing financial analysis and guidance to departments, and program evaluation. The office also oversees the collection and administration of the 2% Hospitality Tax.
  1. Current Year Budgets
  2. Prior Year Budgets
  3. Other Resources
The annual budget serves as the foundation for Spartanburg County's financial planning and control.  The Operating Budget process and Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) and Budget process occur simultaneously. 
 
The Operating Budget is a one year budget for ongoing reoccurring activities.  
FY 2016/17 Adopted Operating Budget
  
The CIP is a 5-year projection of capital needs and financing of those needs, with the first year being the Capital Budget.  
FY 2017-21 Adopted Capital Improvement Plan
Funding Opportunities Dollar Sign
General Grant-in-Aid funding opportunities are available each year through the annual Grant-in-Aid application process. Information regarding eligibility requirements and the annual application process can be found on the Grant-in-Aid General Information sheet.  The Grant-in-Aid application can be accessed by clicking here.  Please note applications for the FY 2017-18 funding cycle are due January 31, 2017.  
 
Tourism related projects may be eligible for state Accommodations Tax funding. Additional Information regarding Accommodations Tax funding can be found on the County Administration webpage. 
 
Currently no funding opportunities are available through Hospitality Tax.

Additional Information
If you are trying to remit Local Accommodations Tax please click here to be redirected to the Finance Department.