On May 17, the City Council approved the final 2016-17
City Manager's Proposed Budget (PDF), which provides a balanced budget, improves city services, and advances the hiring of police officers and firefighters. Reflecting community input from 15 community budget hearings and more than 500 comments received, the budget includes an increase in property tax revenues to close the debt service gap, a 4.2% employee compensation restoration over three years (2.9% in set aside), and other service restorations and additions.
The 2016-17 budget totals $3.96 billion citywide, including $1.22 billion in the General Fund. On June 15, the City Council adopted the formal budget ordinances, and adopted the property tax levy ordinance on July 1.
To review documents on the development of the 2016-17 budget, visit the Reports section.
Five-Year Capital Improvement Program (CIP)