I Value - Citizen Budget Input

I Value lets citizens evaluate the service they are getting vs. the services they desire, weighed against the fiscal realities of what they are willing to pay. It has become the way we as a city do business.
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  1. City manager's recommended budget for FY 2020 is now available online

    April 15, 2019 - The city manager's recommended budget for Hampton in 2019-2020 is now available online. The proposed budget would fully fund the city schools’ budget, add police personnel and provide raises for city and school staff. Read on...
  2. Proposed budget boosts schools, police, flood mitigation, economic development

    April 10, 2019 – City Manager Mary Bunting's spending plan would fully fund the schools’ budget, add police, boost flood mitigation projects, increase workforce development, give 3 percent raises for city and school staff, and facilitate development. Read on...
  3. Solid waste fee projected to increase next year; budget input meetings scheduled

    Feb. 28, 2019 - Public Works managers told City Council on Wednesday that decreasing costs of energy, a worldwide glut of recyclables and the need to invest in technology will push up the cost of the solid waste fee next year. Read on...