FY23 I Value Campaign

Citizen input on budget

fy23 budget poll enews

What are your priorities for Hampton? City Manager Mary Bunting will recommend a tax rate cut for Fiscal Year 2023, balancing that reduction with priorities for new initiatives. 

Residents were asked to give their views, with online polling, through March 18, 2022.

Every year, Bunting asks Hampton residents to give their views on the city spending before she builds her proposed budget for City Council. This “I Value” effort started 11 years ago as a way to prioritize budget cuts during the recession and the slow recovery. Bunting had promised to seek public input on new spending priorities whenever that became possible. This year, the city’s potential revenues — mostly in property values — have rebounded, with large value increases in many cases. 

The 'I Value' question

The central question for this year’s “I Value” is: How much of the increase should be returned to taxpayers via a lower tax rate and how much should be used for investments in the city? The input will be considered for Fiscal Year 2023, which begins July 1.

What’s next?

  • City Manager’s Recommended Budget to be released April 15.
  • Public hearings April 27 and May 4.
  • Final vote May 11.

Poll Results

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    City Council Work Session City council will meet for a work session starting...
    City Council Work Session
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    City Council Meeting — Ceremonial session followed by meeting This week's council meeting will start with a cere...
    City Council Meeting — Ceremonial session followed by meeting
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