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Financial Excellence. The Budget & Research Department is committed to maintaining a fiscally sound and sustainable financial plan and budget that reflects community values and resident priorities.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​

2024-25 Budget Process

In early April, the City of Phoenix ​hosted 11 Community Budget Hearings to gather feedback on the proposed fiscal year (FY) 2024-25 Trial Budget. ​Community Feedback is a vital part of the budget process and all residents comments on the proposed budget were provided to the City Council routinely so it could be considered ahead of final decision making. The City Council adopted the final 2024-25 balanced budget on June 12. More information on the adopted 2024-25 budget can be found in the May 21, 2024, City Council Report​.​​​​​

2024-25 General Fund Status & Multi - Year Forecast (PDF)2024​​​​​-25 City Manager's Trial Budget Packet (PDF) 2024-29 Preliminary Capital Improvement Program (PDF)2024-25 City Manager's Proposed Budget​  (PDF)​​2024-25 City Council Budget Decision (PDF)​​

On November 7, 2023 Phoenix voters passed the City Council approved $500 million General Obligation (GO) Bond Program. GO Bond programs help to fund critical infrastructure and rehabilitation needs of City facilities such as parks, libraries, fire and police stations, affordable housing, streets and storm drains. Approved projects will be prioritized and allocated over the five-year period of 2024-25 to 2028-29 and included in the annual Preliminary Capital Improvement Program (CIP) presented to City Council each spring. Learn more about the GO Bond Program by visiting ​​the Projects & Reports page​. Visit the 2023 GO Bond Program site for more information.​​

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FundPHX digital ad​​FundPHX is an online tool that was launched in January 2020 designed to educate and engage the public in the City's annual budget process. The tool is available during peak budget season in both English and Spanish and gives residents an opportunity to share community priorites. Information collected in the tool from residents will be shared regularly with City Council, so it can help guide development of the City's annual budget process


  • Maintain high bond ratings
  • Prioritize funding plans for critical infrastructure
  • Provide accurate and reliable forecasting
  • Maintain a transparent financial environment


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  • Expand community engagement effort to involve and educate the public on the budget process.  
  • Continue to improve economic forecasting by consulting with UofA which coordinates the State Forecasting Project.

Budget Timeline


August-February: Revenue and expenditure estimates are updated.

March: City Manager's Proposed Trial Budget and Preliminary Capital Improvement Program presented to Council.

April: Public budget hearings are held and input is provided to Council.

May: City Manager's Budget presented and Council provides policy guidance.

June: Tentative and Final budgets are presented to Council and the 5-year Capital Improvement Program is adopted.

July: Council adopts the property tax rates and property tax levies specified in the budget. ​​​​​​

Budget Ordinances, Summary Schedules & State Forms

Estimate of Revenue & Expenses (State Forms)

Budget Guide

Learn how City operations are funded and how tax dolla​​rs are spent. Explore all the City programs and services.     ​

Community Budget Guide (English PDF)Community Budget Guide (Spanish PDF)Citywide Inventory of Program​s (PDF)

Related Information

Current Reve​​​​nue​ ​Rep​​ort (PDF)​​​​​ Budget LibraryFinancial Excellence Strategic PlanPension Funding PoliciesValley Benchmark Report

Additional Resources

City Council Mee​tings Finance Budget and Research Glossary​ Phoenix Checkbook Public Record Req​uests​​​

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Budget and Research Department Statement of Commitment for the equal treatment of our customers as it relates to the ADA in English​and Spanish​.

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Budget Awards

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See List of Budget Awards

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