Fiscal 2018 Community Guide to the Budget Published

The Fiscal 2018 budget invests in Mayor Pugh's 5 Pillars: Education, Public Safety, Economic Development & Jobs, Quality of Life, and Accountability & Transparency. The annual Community Guide to the Budget offers a condensed explanation of where the City's money comes from and how it is spent. Click the link below to read more.

Fiscal 2018 Community Guide to the Budget

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