The Auburn City Council continues to work on its Fiscal Year 2017 budgets.
City administrator Ron Griffith presented the proposed budgets to the council at a called meeting Tuesday.
The city is not calling for any millage rate hike.
The Barrow County rate is 4.931 mills and Gwinnett County is 4.951 mills. Griffith said these have remained the same since 1997.
The total proposed General Fund budget is $3.1 million, up from $2.97 million in FY 2016.
The total increase is $129,525 or 4.4 percent.
The proposed water budget calls for $1.535 million in revenue and $1.507 million in expenses.
The proposed city storm water budget is set at $102,459 in revenue and $102,459 in expenses.
The proposed FY 2017 budget also includes leasing eight vehicles: Three for police, three for public works/water, one for parks and leisure and one for city hall.
Also included in the proposal for FY 2017 is Phase I of the Greentree water line replacement project.