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City of Glendale - Management and Budget
The Management and Budget Division consists
of the Budget and Research and Grants Administration work groups.
Budget and Research staff develops, implements and monitors the city’s operating and capital budget across 100+ funds and writes the annual budget book. It also prepares analytical reports and presentation materials for city departments, executive management and City Council. The budget staff provides these services by conducting independent, objective and accurate expenditure and revenue analyses, as well as expenditure and revenue forecasts. These analyses and forecasts are based on the information available at the time they are produced and are developed in conjunction with all other city departments.
The Grants Administration Division is responsible for
identifying and writing applications for alternative funding for priority projects that advance the mission, goals and objectives established by the City Council and senior management. The grants administrator currently is the city’sprogram manager for the $2.324M Energy Efficiency and Conservation Block Grant (EECBG) program, a three-year American Recovery and Reinvestment Act stimulus grant. The administrator also disseminates information about grant opportunities, provides technical assistance in grant writing and implementation, maintains a grant database, and maintains positive relationships with government and private funders.
Management and Budget helps the city to accomplish its financial management objectives by:
- Promoting integrity and public accountability in the budget planning and implementation process
- Increasing public trust in the city’s fiscal planning and implementation efforts
- Improving the efficiency and effectiveness of citywide business processes to ensure prudent fiscal management of the city’s resources.
2017-2018 Budget Process:
- For detailed information on the 2017-18 budget, click here.
How to Give Your Input During the Glendale 2017-2018 Budget Process:
You may contact the Glendale Mayor and members of the City Council by email or phone to share your input during the Glendale 2017-2018 budget process. Contact information for the Mayor and Council offices can be found on the links below.
Not sure what district you live in? Click here to view the city of Glendale district map to determine who your council representative is.
AZ Cities @ Work presents: Your Input Matters!
This short video primer on the budget process demonstrates why it's important for residents to get involved. Click here to view the video.