City Council Hearings on Fiscal 2019 Budget

On Thursday, May 17th, the Finance Department will provide an overview of the Fiscal 2018 Third Quarter Projections from 1:00-2:00PM.  This will be followed by a presentation of the Fiscal 2019 Budget Overview from 2:00-5:00PM.  Both presentations will take place in the Council Chambers in City Hall.  

Also on Thursday, May 17th, the Baltimore City Council's Budget and Appropriations Committee will be holding Taxpayer's Night for the FY2019 budget on Thursday, May 17, starting at 5pm, at City Hall, Council Chambers. This will be an opportunity for citizens to receive a brief budget overivew from the Department of Finance, City Schools and the City Council, and then provide comments and feedback to the City Council.

Taxpayer's Night will be streamed live on CharmTV at and will also be aired on Comcast Channel 25.

City Council will hold budget hearings with individual agencies the entire week of May 29th to June 1st, from 10:00am to 10:00PM each day.  All agency budget hearings will be held in the Council Chambers. For a complete schedule, visit the City Council Calendar site

Budget documents may be found here:

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