Budget & Financial Planning

  1. Fiscal Year 2024
  2. Fiscal Year 2023
  3. Fiscal Year 2022
  4. Budget Amendments

Fiscal Year 2024 Adopted Operating and Community Investment Program Budget

2023-2024 Jupiter Revenue Manual  

   Tax Rate & Budget Facts

  • Approximately 13% of a Jupiter resident’s tax bill is made up of taxes paid to the town. The rest go to other agencies such as Palm Beach County, the School District, Fire Rescue, and special taxing districts.
  • The town’s total budget is made up of six different types of funds: the General Fund, Water Fund, Stormwater Fund, Building Fund, Debt Service Funds, and the Community Redevelopment Agency (CRA). The General Fund operates local government and is funded primarily by property taxes.
  • The town also maintains a Community Investment Program (CIP), that is a 5-year capital improvement plan for the Town. It is partially funded by property taxes and is updated and voted on each year along with the operating budget.
  • Financial planning for the town focuses on sustainability for short and long-term economic realities. These include planning for a shift from new development to redevelopment, little to no growth in key markets such as housing and construction, and an investment in local businesses to create a more diversified tax base.