Chandler City Council to review 2020-21 budget, Capital Improvement Program at meeting May 28

Chandler City Council will take action on the city's tentative 2020-21 budget and the 2021-30 Capital Improvement Program, which takes effect July 1, at a meeting May 28. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)
Chandler City Council will take action on the city's tentative 2020-21 budget and the 2021-30 Capital Improvement Program, which takes effect July 1, at a meeting May 28. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

Chandler City Council will take action on the city's tentative 2020-21 budget and the 2021-30 Capital Improvement Program, which takes effect July 1, at a meeting May 28. (Alexa D'Angelo/Community Impact Newspaper)

The Chandler City Council will take action on the city's tentative 2020-21 budget and the 2021-30 Capital Improvement Program, which takes effect July 1, at a meeting May 28.

During the meeting, residents will have an opportunity to comment on the proposed city budget.

The meeting will be open to in-person attendance with a maximum of 50 people in the audience, according to the city. Residents are asked to attend for their agenda item only and then leave the meeting. An overflow area will be available in the council chambers lobby and courtyard with audio to hear the meeting discussion. Residents also will be able to watch the live City Council meeting on Cox Cable 11, CenturyLink Channel 8502 or streamed through the city’s website at chandleraz.gov/video or youtube.com/cityofchandler.

At the council's June 11 meeting, City Council will conduct a public hearing on the budget and the CIP and property tax levy, followed by the action on the budget and CIP. Council's vote on adoption of the property tax levy will be June 25.

All three council meetings begin at 6 p.m. and will be held in council chambers at 88 E. Chicago St.


The proposed budget is available for review at chandleraz.gov/budget and in hard copy at the Downtown Chandler Library, 22 S. Delaware St., and the City Clerk’s Office, 175 S. Arizona Ave.

For more information, call the city's budget office at 480-782-2252.
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