Budget Process

 

The City Council has scheduled the following dates for review of the 2020-2021 Adopted Budget Process.

 

January 14, 2020

at 3 p.m. (on Tuesday)

Budget Work Session
-Presentation
City Hall Council Chamber
March 13, 2020 Council Budget Retreat

Presentations

March 24, 2020

at 3 p.m. (on Tuesday)

Budget Work Session (Cancelled) City Hall Council Chamber
April 14, 2020

at 3 p.m. (on Tuesday)

Budget Work Session City Hall Council Chamber
May 8, 2020

(on Friday)

Proposed Budget Document published Online
May 12, 2020

(on Tuesday)

Proposed Budget Presentation at formal meeting City Hall Council Chamber
May 26, 2020

at 3 p.m. (on Tuesday)

Budget Work Session (If needed) City Hall Council Chamber
May 26, 2020

(on Tuesday)

Budget Public Hearing City Hall Council Chamber
June 9, 2020 

(on Tuesday)

Budget Adoption at Formal Meeting City Hall Council Chamber

 


Contact Information

 

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