The Lynwood City Council passed a $35.89 million general fund budget at its July 3rd meeting. The budget reflects an increase in spending on improving both the city’s streets and the parks and recreation programs that benefit local residents. The city projects its ending reserve balance at $3.35 million on June 30, 2019.
“When our residents passed Measure PS in 2016, we promised them that the additional revenues would be spent addressing the needs of our city and increasing our investment in the city’s streets and parks while also increasing our reserves to make sure we can help protect ourselves from any future economic downturns. This wouldn’t have been possible without the trust of our community,” said Lynwood Mayor Jose Solache.