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.



2022 Budget

Development of the 2022 budget is underway.

When budget documents are available, they will be posted on this webpage.

The budget will include allocations for 2022 operating, maintenance and capital expenditures, revenue projections for 2022, and updates to the 2022-2026 Capital Improvements Program and Maintenance Program.


April 5, 2021
The City Council held its first public hearing on the 2022 Budget at its Monday, April 5 meeting. This hearing is held at the beginning of the budget process to allow residents an opportunity provide input into the development of the City’s annual operating budget.

June 2021
The City Manager is scheduled to present the proposed 2022 Budget to the City Council at a Committee of the Whole meeting in June 2021. This proposal is a starting point for Governing Body discussions regarding the 2022 Budget.

June, July 2021
City Council committees will review and revise their respective areas of the budget during the months of June and July.

July 2021
The City Council Committee of the Whole will review goal area committees’ budget recommendations in mid-July.

August-September 2021
The City Council will hold a second public hearing regarding the 2022 Budget in the late summer, with adoption of the budget after that.

2021 Budget

City Council approved the 2021 budget on August 17, 2020.

The budget includes allocations for 2021 operating, maintenance and capital expenditures, revenue projections for 2021, and updates to the 2021-2025 Capital Improvements Program and Maintenance Program.

The 2021 budget maintains the mill levy and continues to emphasize City Council priorities of quality public safety, infrastructure maintenance, and neighborhood stabilization.

Budget Documents