FY 2020 Budget

Governor Gina M. Raimondo spent her first term building a strong, resilient foundation that supports every corner of Rhode Island, from its sterling coast lines to its urban centers. Today, the State is well positioned to continue protecting and expanding the programs we know are working.

The Governor’s FY 2020 $9.9 billion budget makes critical investments in economic development and workforce, education, and initiatives to protect access to health care. This includes a reinvestment strategy for a state parks program that already adds an estimated $315 million back into the economy; a stronghold for the Affordable Care Act (ACA), which has been critical to our ability to cut our uninsured rate in half and retain some of the lowest health insurance premiums in the nation; and a pilot that will enable and speed development around the state by providing municipalities – at their request – a full suite of technical and financial support.

The Administration continues to find ways to find efficiencies, control costs and reinvest in the areas that have the biggest impact on Rhode Islanders – paving the way for a brighter future.

FY 2020 Budget

FY 2020 Capital Budget
EDUCATION
GENERAL GOVERNMENT
HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES
NATURAL RESOURCES
PUBLIC SAFETY
TRANSPORTATION
Quasi Narratives

Schedules

Executive Summary

Budget Volume I - General Government and Quasi-Public Agencies

Budget Volume II - Human Services

Budget Volume III - Education

Budget Volume IV - Public Safety, Natural Resources and Transportation

Amendments

Appendicies

Technical Appendix