The annual budget discloses South Sound 911’s financial needs and resources, including salaries and benefits, capital and operating expenditures, allocation revenue, public service counter revenue, and revenue generated from current sales tax initiatives. The Agency adopted its first six-year Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) during the 2023 Budget process to plan for future capital needs.

Current and historical budget information can be found in the Archive.

Partner police and fire agencies pay for services provided by South Sound 911 through cost allocation. The cost allocation model is a valuable cost-sharing tool which ensures fair and equitable charges to the partner agencies.  All of the participating agencies are billed on the level of service they receive. This “fair share” cost allocation model is updated on an annual basis and uses distinct methodology for each operational division.