City Budget

The City of Overland Park budgets on an annual basis.

The budget includes revenue projections and allocations for daily operations, contracts with outside agencies, maintenance and capital improvements.

The City Manager‘s proposed budget is presented in June each year for the Governing Body review and discussion. The budget is adopted at the end of the summer and is effective Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 of the following year.



2024 Budget

The 2024 budget took effect January 1, 2024.

The budget includes allocations for the 2024 operating, maintenance and capital expenditures, revenue projections for 2024, and updates to the 2024-2028 Capital Improvements Program and Maintenance Program.


April 17, 2023
The City Council held a preliminary public hearing on the 2024 Budget at its April 17 meeting. This hearing at the beginning of the budget process allowed residents an opportunity to provide input into the development of the City’s annual operating budget. Residents unable to attend in person could also submit input via an online form.

June 5, 2023
City Manager Lori Curtis Luther presented the proposed 2024 Budget at a Committee of the Whole meeting. This proposal is a starting point for Governing Body discussions regarding the budget. See the budget proposal documents below, or visit Open Book, the City’s online fiscal transparency tool.

June + July, 2023
City Council committees will review and revise their respective areas of the proposed budget.

July 10, 2023
The Committee of the Whole is scheduled to meet and finalize a 2024 Budget for public hearing purposes.

August 21, 2023
The City Council held public hearings regarding the 2024 budget, including a required hearing on the budget and a hearing on exceeding the revenue neutral rate. The City Council then approved the 2024 Budget.

January 1, 2024
The 2024 Budget took effect.

Budget Documents + Resources