With direction from the City Council, the City will have to cut millions more in General Fund programs and services. Up to now, the City’s cuts have been to components of the City other than public safety. With deficits in the range of $1-3 million and compounding, the City would be forced to reduce public safety services, given the proportion of the police department of the City’s General Fund budget (45%). We will be unable to keep SVPD just as it operates today unless a significant new revenue stabilizes the city. All of the General Fund services would be examined and reductions would be expected in parks, infrastructure and maintenance.