This post was originally published Feb 13, 2022 with links to the Feb 14th presentation.
This post was updated Feb 19, 2022 with links to the Pension presentation in the Feb 28th section.
This post was updated Feb 26, 2022 with links to the Ann Arbor Housing Commission presentation in the Feb 28th section
This post was updated Mar 12, 2022 with links to the Public Services, Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and the City Attorney's Office presentations in the March 14th section.
This post was updated Mar 19, 2022 with a link to the SmartZone/LDFA presentation in the Feb 28th section.
The City has significantly altered plans for budget discussion. Council was informed that the traditional February and March budget work sessions which included public comment have been cancelled. In their place, City staff will be sharing video presentations from various City departments regarding budget recommendations.
For more information, visit the City's website: https://www.a2gov.org/departments/finance-admin-services/financial-reporting/budget-guide/pages/budgetpublicprocess.aspx The following budget presentations originally scheduled for in-person Council work sessions have been posted to the City website:
Feb 14th: City Administrator Area, Finance, Police, Fire, Community Services and Courts
Feb 28th: Pension, Ann Arbor Housing Commission and SmartZone/LDFA.
Ann Arbor Housing Commission
March 14: Public Services, Downtown Development Authority (DDA) and the City Attorney's Office.
Downtown Development Authority
City Attorney's Office
The schedule for the presentations and the budget process is listed on the City's website (note that presentations are generally posted about a week before the listed date)
Feb 14: City Administrator Area, Finance, Police, Fire, Community Services and Courts
Feb 28: Pension, Ann Arbor Housing Commission and SmartZone/LDFA.
March 14: Public Services., Downtown Development Authority and the City Attorney's Office.
March 28: Other FY23 budget information, as needed.
April: In accordance with City Charter, the city administrator's recommended fiscal year 2023 budget is submitted to City Council on April 18, 2022. City Council members can only adopt one fiscal year at a time even though the city plans for multi-year budgets.
May: City Council, with at least seven affirmative votes, must adopt the budget no later than its second meeting in May (May 16).
As mentioned on the City website, budget-related feedback or comments are encouraged and may be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org