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Posted on: April 1, 2020

2021-2022 budget process begins

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It’s time to start planning for the future with the 2021 and 2022 budget season. New this year: We’re planning a two-year budget cycle as recommended by staff and the Governing Body. Budget meeting dates are as follows: 

May

— TBD: Work session 1: Outside agency/City boards budget request presentations

— TBD: Work session 2: Joint meeting between City Council and boards/commisions.

— Thursday, May 21 (tentative): Dept. Head presentations of 2021-2022 budget requests

— Thursday, May 28: Capital Improvement Program (CIP) Review

June

— Monday, June 22: Base Budget, New Requests Impact and Assessed Valuation Impact

July

— Thursday, July 9: Utility Funds Discussion

— Monday, July 27: Public Hearing 2021 Proposed Budget; Public Comment 2022 Proposed Budget

August

— Thursday, Aug. 6: Planning Commission meeting: Planning Commission review of 2021-2025 Capital Improvement Program (CIP)

— Thursday, Aug. 13: Consider Resolution adopting 2021 Budget; Consider Resolution adopting 2021-2025 CIP; Consider condition approval of 2022 budget.


Citizen CIP Requests

    Residents are invited to submit a Capital Improvement Project request form. Requests received by Monday, May 1 will be reviewed and considered by staff for the 2021-2022 budgets. Visit us at www.springhillks.gov/432/Budget, fill out the form under “Citizen CIP Requests” and email to publicaffairs@springhillks.gov


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