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Budget & Financial

Public health funding is a unique patchwork of local, state and federal funding. Snohomish Health District has no local taxing authority, and there is no dedicated source of revenue for public health at the state or federal levels.

Since 2006, the county’s population has grown by 14%, but our revenue has dropped by 40% percent.

To balance our budget, Snohomish Health District has been realigning staff and programs for the past five years. We continue to capitalize on efficiencies from technology, quality improvement initiatives, and community partnerships. 

 

Proposed Sale of Rucker Building

The Snohomish Health District intends to sell the Rucker Building, using the proceeds to buy and move to a smaller building. Here are some of the key documents pertaining to the original purchase of the building:

Adopted Budgets

2017 Snohomish Health District Budget

2016 Snohomish Health District Budget

2015 Snohomish Health District Budget

2014 Snohomish Health District Budget

2013 Snohomish Health District Budget


Financial Statements

2014 Snohomish Health District Financial Statment

2013 Snohomish Health District Financial Statement

2012 Snohomish Health District Financial Statement

Do you know
A 1/10 of 1% county sales tax helps fund our intervention and prevention programs for parents and families with substance abuse and mental health problems.