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April 21, 2016

Chandler Council to review and approve 2016-17 Budget and Capital Improvement Program

The Chandler City Council will hold a series of meetings to review and adopt the City’s proposed 2016-17 budget, which begins July 1. The meetings will include discussions about the proposed budget, including projects and programs that will be funded as part of the City’s 10-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP). Each meeting will include opportunities for the public to comment on the proposed City budget. All the meetings will be held in the Chandler City Council Chambers, 88 E. Chicago St.   
  • Budget and CIP Briefing with the City Council, Friday, April 29, beginning at 8:30 a.m. and lasting throughout the day
  • Budget Amendment Discussion with the City Council
    7 p.m., Thursday, May 12
  • Proposed New and Revised Fee discussion with the City Council
    7 p.m., Thursday, May 12
  • Tentative Budget Adoption by the City Council
    7 p.m., Thursday, May 26
  • Public Hearing regarding the adoption of the final 2016-17 Budget, 2017-2026 CIP, and Proposed Property Tax
    7 p.m., Thursday, June 9
  • Final Budget and CIP adoption
    7 p.m., Thursday, June 9
  • Property Tax Rate Adoption
    7 p.m., Thursday, June 23
Many of the services provided to Chandler residents are financed through the General Fund. This fund will be a primary focus of the budget meetings and is used to support many of the services residents rely upon most, including police and fire service, libraries, maintenance of city streets, parks, and other infrastructure. General Fund revenues largely come from local City sales tax and state-shared revenues. 

The proposed budget is available for review online at, at the Downtown Chandler Library, 22 S. Delaware St., and the City Clerk’s Office, 175 S. Arizona Ave. 

As part of the budget development process, the City’s Budget Office conducted an online survey of residents in November and December and presented the results to Mayor Jay Tibshraeny and the members of the City Council for their consideration. In addition, Budget Connect, an interactive community budget meeting, was held in February to allow public input. To view the survey results or watch the Budget Connect, visit Additionally, two public budget workshops with Mayor and Council took place in February and March to discuss the upcoming budget.

For more information, call the City's Budget Office at 480-782-2252.