What is the difference between the operating budget and the capital budget?

The operating budget provides funding for the day-to-day operation of the county. It includes the operation of county buildings and facilities, salaries for county employees, and many of the services available to citizens.

The capital budget provides funding for the construction of roads, bridges, buildings, parks and other pieces of the infrastructure. These are one-time costs rather than recurring.

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1. How accurate is the adopted budget?
2. How can I get a copy of the County Budget?
3. How many employees work in Williamson County?
4. How much is the Fiscal Year 2023 budget?
5. What are the largest areas of spending in the budget?
6. What does General Fund Budget mean?
7. What is a fiscal year?
8. What is the county's current property tax rate?
9. What is the difference between the operating budget and the capital budget?
10. What is the purpose of the county budget?
11. What is the timetable for adopting the budget?
12. Where does the county get its revenue for the operating budget?
13. Who determines the taxable value of property?
14. Who's responsible for the county budget