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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 in August and is effective Jan. 1 to Dec. 31 of the following year.

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2021 Budget

The budget includes allocations for 2020 operating, maintenance and capital expenditures, revenue projections for 2020, and updates to the 2020-2024 Capital Improvements Program and Maintenance Program.

Timeline

City Manager Bill Ebel presented the proposed 2021 Budget to the Governing Body at a Committee of the Whole meeting on June 1, 2020.

City Council committees will each review their respective areas of the budget during the month of June.

On Monday, July 6, the City Council Committee of the Whole will reconvene to review the 2021 budget and the 2021-2025 CIP and Maintenance Plans and recommend a budget and plans for public hearing purposes.

A public hearing and adoption of the budget will be scheduled for August.

Budget Documents

2020 Budget

City Council approved the 2020 budget on August 19, 2019.

The budget includes allocations for 2020 operating, maintenance and capital expenditures, revenue projections for 2020, and updates to the 2020-2024 Capital Improvements Program and Maintenance Program.

The 2020 budget maintains the mill levy and continues to emphasize City Council priorities of quality public safety, infrastructure maintenance, and neighborhood stabilization.

Timeline

City Council held its first public hearing on the 2020 Budget on Monday, April 1, 2019. This public hearing at the beginning of the budget development process allows residents the opportunity to provide input into the development of the City’s annual operating budget. The operating portion of the budget includes funding for operating, maintenance and capital expenditures.

The city manager presented the proposed 2020 Budget to the Governing Body at a Committee of the Whole meeting on Monday, June 17, 2019.

Members of the Governing Body reviewed the budget during goal area committee meetings during the months of June and July. A review of goal area committee recommendations by the Committee of the Whole occurred in mid-July 2019.

A second public hearing regarding the 2020 Budget was held on August 5, 2019.

The 2020 Budget was approved on August 19, 2019.

Budget Documents