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Board of Supervisors to Adopt Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-23 at Budget Hearing Sessions Starting June 13

Recommended Budget includes safety net services, healthcare system and preserving community services as priorities for coming fiscal year

SANTA CLARA COUNTY, CALIF.-- At budget hearing sessions beginning June 13, the County of Santa Clara Board of Supervisors will review and discuss County Executive Jeffrey V. Smith’s Recommended Budget for Fiscal Year 2022-23, which is available for review in the County’s Open Data Portal.

“We will continue to play a critical role in the pandemic response in the coming fiscal year but must also focus our attention on safety net services for our community, as well as other priorities,” said County Executive Jeffrey V. Smith, M.D., J.D.  “Maintaining a structurally balanced budget, expanding the healthcare system to fit the community's need, maintaining our service infrastructure, and preserving core community services are also wide-ranging priorities supported by the Recommended Budget.”

The Recommended Budget provides the County with a responsible spending plan that is structurally balanced within the resources available. It also provides a foundation to conduct budget hearing sessions that will conclude on June 16 when the Board makes final decisions about the funding priorities and levels for County services beginning July 1, with adoption of the FY 2022-23 budget.


The sessions will be livestreamed through the County website and YouTube at SCCgov chambers. Public comment instructions and meeting details are available on the website


The sessions are an opportunity for the public to engage and comment on the planned allocation of resources before the Board of Supervisors approves a final budget on June 16. Sessions are scheduled for June 13, 14, and 16, at 1:30 p.m., and June 14 at 6:30 p.m., if an evening session is necessary.

Monday, June 13, 2022 – 1:30 p.m.

  • Budget Overview
  • Finance and Government Operations: Special Programs and Reserves, Appropriations and Contingencies, Board of Supervisors, Clerk of the Board, County Executive’s Office (including Supportive Housing, LAFCO, Risk Management), Assessor, Procurement, County Counsel, Registrar of Voters, Technology Services and Solutions, County 9-1-1 Communications, Facilities and Fleet Department including Capital Budget, County Library, Employee Services Agency, and the Finance Agency (Controller-Treasurer Department, County Debt Service, County Clerk-Recorder’s Office, and Department of Tax and Collections)
  • Health and Hospital: Santa Clara Valley Medical Center (including Community Health, SB12, and Children’s Health Initiative), Public Health, Custody Health Services, Behavioral Health Services, Emergency Medical Services, and Valley Health Plan

Tuesday, June 14, 2022 – 1:30 p.m. (with evening session at 6:30 p.m., if necessary)

  • Public Safety and Justice: Office of the District Attorney, Office of the Public Defender, Office of Pretrial Services, Criminal Justice System-wide Costs, Office of the Sheriff, Department of Correction, Probation Department, and Medical Examiner-Coroner
  • Children, Seniors and Families: Department of Child Support Services, In-Home Supportive Services, and Social Services Agency
  • Housing, Land Use, Environment and Transportation: Department of Planning and Development, Consumer and Environmental Protection Agency, Roads and Airports Department including County Sanitation District 2-3, Department of Parks and Recreation, Santa Clara County Fire Protection District, Los Altos Hills County Fire District, and South Santa Clara County Fire District

Thursday, June 16, 2022 – 1:30 p.m.

Summary and Wrap Up


Budget Adoption Press Release (June 16, 2022): County of Santa Clara 2022-23 Budget Aims to Expand Safety Nets and Address Disparities - Office of Communications and Public Affairs - County of Santa Clara (

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Media Contact: Laurel Anderson / Quan Vu,  Office of Communications and Public Affairs, (408) 299-5119, [email protected]

Posted: June 9, 2022

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