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"As we respond to the urgent challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and look forward to our economic recovery, we can't lose sight of our long-term financial situation. While we're hopeful the economic consequences of COVID-19 will become less severe as the vaccine rollout continues and we reopen once again, we still need to make tough choices now to ensure we're able to provide the services that our residents depend on," said Mayor Breed. "As our budget projections show us, we need to be disciplined in our spending and prioritize services that will provide meaningful, equitable outcomes for San Franciscans and that will support our recovery."
The Five-Year Financial Plan projects that the deficit in FY 2021-22 is driven by delayed recovery of revenue, as compared to the previously adopted budget, as well as the need for continued emergency response programs. Revenues are expected to rebound as the recovery gains momentum and are expected to largely return to pre-COVID levels by FY 2025-26. However, revenues are not projected to grow faster than expenditures, resulting in ongoing structural deficits. Projected expenditure growth is driven primarily by growing employee costs, costs of voter-mandated baselines and set-asides, and other citywide operating costs. Additionally, uncertainty remains around the still-evolving impacts of the pandemic and vaccine adoption timelines, as well as around potential additional state and federal stimulus funding, all of which could further impact the size of the City's deficit.
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The economic impacts of the COVID-19 emergency, as well as growth of various other expenditures, result in a projected two-year budget deficit of $653.2 million. The Mayor must submit a balanced two-year budget to the Board of Supervisors by June 1, 2021. Over the course of the next six months, the Mayor will work with City departments, the Board of Supervisors, and other partners to bring costs and revenues into alignment in order to balance the projected deficit for FY 2021-22 and FY 2022-23.
San Francisco Administrative Code Section 3.6(b) requires that by March 1 of each even-numbered year, the Mayor, Controller's Office, and the Board of Supervisors' Budget and Legislative Analyst submit an updated estimated summary budget for the remaining four years of the City's Five-Year Financial Plan. The next full update of the City's Five-Year Financial Plan will be submitted in December 2022.
The Five-Year Financial Plan is available online here.
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