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Why it Matters: The Expenditures Analysis graph correlates the size of municipalities, as measured by Total Expenditures, and Expenditures per capita respectively. The municipality on the far right has the largest budget. The municipality on the far left has the smallest budget. The higher up you travel on the graph indicates municipalities that spend the most per capita. For comparison purposes, Capital Outlay and Extraordinary Items have been excluded from the Expenditures Calculations. (n015) (o19)

Data Source: Historical Revenue & Expense data has been loaded from state available public data that each municipality files annually, and includes all fund types. Future Year data is loaded from the community's own budget or forecast projections and typically only includes General and other Governmental Funds. (n016)

West Michigan Regional Planning Commission - Data Table

MunicipalityLies WithinPopulationTotal
Revenues
1Peer
Rank
Revenues per
Capita
2Peer
Rank
Allegan CountyAllegan County115,548$55,085,5403$4775
Ionia CountyIonia County64,232$20,124,7215$3137
Kent CountyKent County642,173$336,875,7941$5252
Mecosta CountyMecosta County43,221$19,962,4816$4626
Montcalm CountyMontcalm County62,974$30,335,7364$4824
Osceola CountyOsceola County23,110$14,137,7417$6121
Ottawa CountyOttawa County282,250$137,272,7072$4863

1Rank is based on Total Revenues (excluding extraordinary Revenue items).

2Rank is based on Revenues per Resident.