Monday night, city councilors unanimously approved a budget that focuses on public safety.
$1.8 million goes toward a program to prevent property crime.
Another $1.8 million will address backlogs at the crime lab, including over 4,000 untested rape kits that have been tagged into evidence.
The budget also includes drug addiction initiatives and more than $8 million in homeless services.
To balance the budget, the city is planning for an increase in gross receipts tax revenues that will be collected starting July 1.