The additional expenses are from improvements to Lake Lamar Bruce and Old Highway 45.
The board added $6,200 in revenue to the water fund to reflect unexpected sewer fee collections.
"You have unforeseen circumstances and want to keep your budget in line with what's happening financially," said Saltillo Mayor Bill Williams. "Our sales tax revenue is up but we have some other pieces that aren't meeting projections. We want it to be an accurate representation of what's happening with the city's finances."
Revenues from baseball and softball registrations are about $11,000 below what they were projected to be but Parks and Recreation Director Steve Dillard said many families register after the deadline and none of the travel teams have paid their registration fees.
Board members decided to wait until baseball and softball registrations were finalized before cutting $11,000 in revenue from the recreation fund.
The board will make a decision about amending the rest of the city's budget at its first meeting in March.