The City's current Annual Budget and 10-year Capital Improvement Program (CIP) documents are available below, along with information and documents regarding the Annual Budget and CIP process, and the Financial policies.
Preparation for Fiscal Year 2018-19 Annual Budget and 10-Year CIP
Chandler's budget is a collaborative effort between the City Council, City Manager and City Staff, and the Citizens of Chandler. The budget incorporates multiple funds for specific uses.
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 services, libraries, maintenance of city streets, parks, and other infrastructure. The majority of General Fund revenues come from local City sales tax and state-shared revenues, with smaller amounts from fees, fines, and charges for services. An important part of this process is getting input from the community, which begins with the Citizen Budget Survey.
FY 2018-19 Budget Brief
This double sided flyer presents highlights from the Adopted Budget.
Final Budget and CIP Adoption
The Chandler City Council approved the 2018-19 Budget and CIP on June 14, 2018.
Tentative Budget and CIP Adoption
The Chandler City Council approved the Tentative 2018-19 Budget and CIP on May 24, 2018.
The Chandler City Council considered 18 budget amendments for the FY 2018-19 Budget on May 10, 2018. All of the proposed amendments were approved. The details of each amendment are explained in the attached memo
- Executive Summary
- Budget Highlights
- General Government
- Administrative Services
- Community Services
- Development Services
- Management Services
- Public Works & Utilities
- Capital Improvement Program (CIP)
Scheduled Public Meetings
None at this time.
Previously Held Scheduled Public Meetings or Public Input
The Budget and CIP Briefing with the City Council was held on April 27, 2018 which included a presentation on the City’s Proposed 2018-19 budget and the City’s Proposed 10-year CIP.
Council Budget Workshop #2 was held on March 22, 2018 to provide financial information relative the FY 2018-19 Budget and 2019-2028 Capital Improvement Program.
On February 22, 2018 Mayor Tibshraeny hosted Budget Connect. This is a virtual forum driven by resident questions and concerns meant to give them a better understanding of the City’s budget and fiscal policies.
Council Budget Workshop #1 was held on February 8, 2018 to provide financial information relative the FY 2018-19 Budget.
The City has received its 2018 Net Assessed Value Detail Report from the Maricopa County Assessor. The report sets Chandler's Limited Property Value (used for calculating property tax) at $2,783,830,922. This is a 4.05% increase from the previous year. The Full Cash Value amount is $3,489,504,715, which is a 5.51% increase from the previous year. The Full Cash Value is used for bonded indebtedness calculations and is not used in the calculation of property tax.
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 City Council for their consideration.
Current Year Adopted Budget and CIP Books and State Schedules
Archive of Previous Adopted Budget/CIP Books and State Schedules
- Financial Policies
- Visit the Budget Division page to download the most recent Quarterly and Monthly Financial Reports.
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