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Fun​​dP​HX​ 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 will be available ​in November 2022 with the 2022-23 adopted budget ​in both English and Spanish and gives residents an opportunity to provide feedback on proposed changes to the budget and share community priorities with staff. Information collected in the tool from residents will be shared regularly with City Council so it can help guide development of the 2023-24 operating budget.​


Current 2022 FundPHX City Counc​il Report (PDF)​​

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​​​​​​Dive Deep Into Phoenix's Annual Budget

​An essential part of planning for the city of Phoenix is the ​development of its annual budget every year. The more than $1.6 billion General Fund operating budget includes everything from police and fire services, to parks, libraries, and senior services.

With a budget that size​​​, supporting the fifth largest ​city in the country and 1.7 million residents, it can be a challenge to understand everything that goes in to the services you receive. To help residents better understand how our budget is created, the Budget and Research Department created this tool to gather feedback and help you see what makes Phoenix run. 

FundPHX allows you to see what each service costs, and how much it would cost (or save) when you change service levels. Explore the tool below and share your proposals with us.

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Check out the budgeting tool right now to see how it works. Get tips on how to use it and adjust line items by clicking the Help button in the tool.

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The city of Phoenix will be hosting community meetings to teach residents about how to use the budgeting tool and to give hands-on assistance in ​providing feedback with Budget and Research Department staff.

If you would like a presentation on the budget tool to your community group, please contact us at 602-262-4800 or email budget.research@phoenix.gov.

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Feedback​​​​

We welcome your comments, please email budget.research@phoenix.gov. When you submit an email it falls under the city's policy which states that the email message is: (1) subject to public disclosure under the Public Records Law, (2) is not private or confidential and (3) is retained for 90 days.​​


Frequently Asked Questions (F.A.Q.)​​​​

The following list has been compiled to answer questions about the city's budget feedback process and tool. For additional questions and/or ​​comments, contact 
budget.research@ph​oenix.gov. ​​​



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