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Every year, the City of Phoenix develops its budget for the following year. This helps each department plan projects and determine the best way to complete them. 

The General Fund operating budget is just over $1.6 billion and includes everything from police and fire services, to parks, libraries, and senior services. 

Most of this budget is already allocated to long-term projects, permanent services and maintenance, but there is a portion that we need your input on how to spend. 

Please take the below survey to help us better understand your priorities. 

If you would like to take a more in depth dive into the budget and provide detailed feedback visit our online FundPHX tool.

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* 1. When you think about how the city should spend taxpayer dollars, how would you rank these options? (1 is most important & 6 is least important)

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* 2. If you had $25,000 to spend on a single program that makes a difference in your community, what one project would you choose?  

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* 3. During the past 12 months, the City of Phoenix has experienced an unprecedented increase in housing costs -- both for renters and owners. What do you think are good strategies to most effectively address this complex issue? (check all that may apply)

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* 4. What are issues, questions, or comments related to your community that you want addressed? Will you please share any ideas on how we can improve?

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* 5. We care about our constituents' thoughts and opinions. Please share some information, so we can stay in touch and respond to your questions or concerns.

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