Benton County Fire District 2 is committed to providing the highest quality lifesaving services with within the level of taxation supported by the citizens we serve. We recognize the importance of accounting for the use of public funds and are committed to keeping the public fully informed of Fire District 2’s financial status on a continuous basis.
An annual budget is adopted by the Board of Fire Commissioners, typically in October or November for the coming year. This represents the culmination of a process that begins in May and includes examining the strategic financial outlook over a five-year planning horizon, setting goals and guidelines, reviewing and establishing specific program budgets with line-item detail and holding a hearing to get public input.
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Past Budget information can be found under our Files link.
Benton County Fire District #2 funds daily emergency service operations with two voter-approved levies. The Fire Levy is capped at $1.50 per $1,000 of assessed property value. The levy for emergency medical service (EMS) is capped at $0.50 per $1,000. Current Bond is funded at average $0.17 per $1,000 for 15 years (2017-2032).
This Months Meetings
Open to the public
June 6, 2022
@ 6:00 PM
June 20, 2022
@ 3:30 PM
Station 210, 1304 Dale Ave
Benton City, WA
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