The Municipal Budget Office is responsible for preparation of budget documents, long-range financial capacity study, revenue forecasting, capital improvements program, benchmarking, budget monitoring, forecasting, and fiscal impact analyses.
Click on the image at left of the Fiscal Year 2018-19 Annual Budget (PDF) to find out more about Tempe.
Community PrioritiesAs preparations begin to develop the FY 2019-20 budget, resident input is again needed. The Municipal Budget office has an open topic questionnaire titled “Community Priorities for Upcoming FY 2019/2020 Budget Cycle” online at www.tempe.gov/forum (the forum is open from October 2018 through March 2019). Tempe Forum is an online program to solicit resident input and feedback on various community related topics. This is your opportunity to emphasize which city programs and services are most important to you. In this forum, you are asked to pick which services you would prioritize by spending a “theoretical” $100 among the services listed. You can distribute the funds evenly, or you can spend all your ‘money’ in one area. In addition, you may add comments about the questionnaire or city services.
The forum will assist city officials in gauging public interest and priorities. Tempe Forum continues the city’s efforts to expand its online presence to provide more opportunities for resident interaction and engagement.
Financial Transparency Portal
Contact InformationMark Day, Municipal Budget Director, 480.350.8697
Lauri Vickers, Municipal Budget and Finance Analyst II+, 480.350.8980
Suzanna Snyder, Municipal Budget and Finance Analyst II+, 480.350.8944
31 E. Fifth St., 2nd Floor
Tempe, AZ 85281
P.O. Box 5002
Tempe, AZ 85280
Current Budget Documents
|Compliance with A.R.S. § 18-302|
||Taxes: a) general PDF; b) local and per capita PDF; c) statewide average1
||Special Elections PDF
||Link to official internet website required by section 41-725
1 Information currently unavailable from State of Arizona