Council Decision on the 2017-18 Budget
Last July 6, 2017, the City Council adopted the Property Tax Levy Ordinance. On June 21, the City Council adopted the 2017-18 Final Budget Ordinances and Funding Plan. On May 23, the City Council approved the 2017-18 City Manager’s Proposed Budget. The 2017-18 budget preserves existing city services and makes significant investments in public safety, homelessness, and other important community services including, but not limited to, parks, arts, youth, and transportation.
Following the March 21 presentation of the 2017-18 Trial Budget, we received over 300 comments via email, social media, and at 17 community budget hearings. The 2017-18 City Manager’s Proposed Budget follows the Council’s and community’s priorities in allocating scarce resources to keep Phoenix a safe, dynamic, and desirable community.
The balanced 2017-18 General Fund budget is $1,277,740,000.
For all funds, which includes General, Enterprise and Special Revenue funds such as grants, all debt service, and pay-as-you-go capital costs, the 2017-18 budget (all funds) is $4,063,313,000.
Council Decision on the 2017-18 Budget Packet (PDF)Attachment A: Follow-up to May 9 Policy Session (PDF)Attachment B: Responses to Questions from May 9 Council Policy Session (PDF)Attachment C: General Fund & Non-General Fund Additions & Schedules (PDF)