Los Angeles County Budget Department

Find Los Angeles County California budget departments. Budget departments provide information on budgeting, financial information, debt, expenses, financial plans, projects, grant funding, state and federal aid.


Fullerton Budget Department 303 W Commonwealth Ave Fullerton CA 92832 29.4 miles from Los Angeles County 714-738-6529


Palo Alto Budget Department 250 Hamilton Avenue Palo Alto CA 94301 313.1 miles from Los Angeles County 650-329-2260

Sacramento City Budget Department 915 I Street Sacramento CA 95814 352.2 miles from Los Angeles County 916-808-5845

Carson City Budget Department Ste 200, 209 E Musser St Carson City NV 89701 353.2 miles from Los Angeles County 775-684-0222

Phoenix City Budget Department 200 West Washington Street Phoenix AZ 85003 358.7 miles from Los Angeles County 602-262-6721

Scottsdale City Budget Department 7447 East Indian School Road Scottsdale AZ 85251 367.0 miles from Los Angeles County 480-312-2437

Washoe County Budget Department 1001 East 9th Street Reno NV 89512 378.8 miles from Los Angeles County 775-328-2070

Tucson Budget Department 255 West Alameda Street Tucson AZ 85701 442.6 miles from Los Angeles County 520-791-4551

Budget Departments by County

About Budget Departments

Do all governments budget for a single year at a time?

Most states, counties, and local governments budget for one year at a time. Nineteen states and a small number of localities adopt biennial budgets. In these cases, a two-year budget will be approved during one legislative session and relatively minor adjustments may be made the following year.

What is the difference between the federal Office of Management and Budget (OMB) and the Congressional Budget Office (CBO)?

The OMB is an executive branch department that prepares the President's budget proposal to Congress. The CBO is a non-partisan agency that serves Congress by providing its own objective analysis of the President's budget proposal. The CBO also estimates the budgetary impact of other legislation that comes before Congress.

What is the difference between the budget and a financial audit?

The budget is a forward-looking plan that specifies what a government intends to do during a fiscal year, how much it will cost, and how it will be funded. A financial audit reports on financial activity that has already taken place and assesses whether that activity is in compliance with all rules and procedures.