City of Alexandria, VA
The Office of Management & Budget prepares the annual operating budget and capital improvement program, and performs on-going fiscal and management analyses of City programs.
OMB conducts research and analysis in such areas as improving operational efficiency and cost effectiveness, performance measures, organizational structure and processes, and the acquisition and use of state and federal resources.
FY 2014 Budget Information
City Council Adopts $624.8 million FY 2014 General Fund Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2014
On May 6, 2013, the Alexandria City Council approved a $624.8 million General Fund operating budget for FY 2014, increasing the property tax rate 4.0 cents to $1.038 per $100 of assessed value. The complete approved operating budget and CIP documents will be available online in the coming weeks. For a brief description and highlights of the budget, please refer to the press release here. You can also refer to the links below to learn more about the budget process and the information provided to City Council during the budget process.
On February 26, 2013, Alexandria City Manager Rashad M. Young proposed a $626.6 million General Fund Operating Budget for Fiscal Year (FY) 2014. Click on the link to view or download the documents, including the Operating Budget, Capital Improvement Program, and Budget in Brief.
As the City begins the FY 2014 budget development, it is important that the related materials and information are available to the public. This page will serve as the FY 2014 budget calendar page, and will be home to planning documents, calendars, and other pertinent information as the City moved through the FY 2014 budget process.
The City publishes a series of budget memorandum each year during the budget process to better discuss, describe and illuminate key budget issues for City Council and the public. Follow the link to review the budget memorandum issued by topic or date.
FY 2014 Budget Public Input
As the City moves through the budget process over the next several months, citizens can voice their concerns and input regarding the recently approved FY 2014 approved Operating Budget and Capital Improvement Program (CIP) in a variety of ways listed below.
FY 2013 Budget Information
Additional Budget Information