The Budget and Finance Department supports the Commissioners Court with fiscal planning, monitoring, and policy analysis that assist the Court in making well-informed policy and financial decisions.
FY 2024 Adopted Budget - Numbers Only
FY 2024 Proposed Budget
FY 2023 Capital Improvement Program
Collin County Receives GFOA Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for 19th Consecutive Year
- Preparing an accurate fiscal plan for the Commissioners Court in the form of the Recommended Budget, Proposed Budget,
Adopted Budget, and
Fee Schedule documents.
- Preparing the
Capital Improvement Program to assist the Commissioners Court in planning for the long-term capital needs of the County.
- Coordinating bond sale efforts with the county's bond attorneys and financial advisors.
- Serving as co-chair to the County's Investment Committee.
- Providing policy recommendations to help county departments be more cost efficient.
- Performing operational analysis and costing studies.
- Coordinating with area cities and Economic Development Corporations on Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone analysis.
- Monitoring legislative activities and reporting on the effect to the County.
- Engaging county departments in converting to a performance management philosophy that places emphasis on the
County Mission and Vision.
- Serving as representatives on various technical, judicial and administrative committees.
- Conducting special projects as requested by the Commissioners Court.
Collin County is committed to the promotion of quality development in all parts of the County and to improving the quality of life for its citizens. In order to help meet these goals, Collin County will consider providing the following incentive to stimulate economic development:
Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone (TIRZ)
Collin County may consider participation in municipal Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones based upon our
Annual TIRZ Reports can be found on each municipality's EDC web sites.
Ratings for the 2023 Series
S & P Global Ratings assigned its 'AAA' long-term rating to Collin County, Texas' approximately $245.4 million series 2023 limited-tax permanent improvement bonds. At the same time, S&P Global Ratings affirmed its 'AAA' long-term rating on the county's unlimited and limited-tax general obligation (GO) debt outstanding.
Moody's Investors Service states Collin County's (Aaa stable) credit profile is strong and exceeds medians for the rating category across a number of metrics. The county's economy is steadily growing, large and affluent. This has been fueled by its advantageous location directly north of Dallas (A1 stable) which has attracted a variety of corporate relocations and substantial residential development. The county's credit profile also benefits from conservative fiscal management and very high reserves relative to revenue. The county is primarily challenged by managing growth, with higher debt relative to other highly rated entities following the most recent issuance as the substantial ongoing development creates significant infrastructure costs.
If you're looking for updated information on the county's debt, see our
Primer on County Debt.