Prioritize is an online tool that details some of College Station’s more significant budgeting decision points. The tool allows citizens to express what they think the city’s budget priorities should be in an easy format accessible by computer, smartphone, or tablet. Continue reading Offer valued feedback on the city’s FY 24 budget priorities with an interactive online tool
High inflation, supply chain disruptions, a volatile economy, and a tight labor market are the overarching factors guiding the $410 million FY 23 proposed budget presented to the College Station City Council at a special meeting on Tuesday. Continue reading FY 23 budget proposal addresses challenges while focusing on public safety and other core services
Balancing Act is an online tool designed to simulate College Station’s budgeting decisions. It makes your participation incredibly easy with a computer, smartphone, or tablet and helps identify the services and programs you think are most important in our general fund. Continue reading The Balancing Act online tool enables you to learn about the city’s budget and offer feedback
The College Station City Council will conduct workshops Monday through Wednesday to explore the city’s proposed FY 2021-22 budget. A public hearing on the budget and tax rate is July 27, followed by adoption as early as Aug. 12. Continue reading Council takes a deep dive into the city’s proposed budget during this week’s workshops
In this four-part podcast called All Up In Your Budget, Fiscal Services Director Mary Ellen Leonard joins Communications Director Jay Socol to discuss the main takeaways from the city’s proposed FY 22 budget. Spoiler: No recommended increases to the tax rate or to the electric, water and wastewater rates. Continue reading Podcast series takes a closer look at the city’s proposed FY 22 budget
Welcome to our live blog from the College Station City Council’s meeting on Thursday, July 8. The meeting starts after 5 p.m. and is streamed live on Suddenlink Channel 19 and at cstx.gov/cstv19. Continue reading Live Blog: Thursday’s city council meeting (July 8)
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