Multiple Citizen Budget Input Sessions Scheduled Across Chattanooga

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

The city of Chattanooga invites all community members to participate in a Citizen Budget Input Session to help inform the 2019 Budget and share ideas for their city’s future. Three separate sessions will be held throughout Chattanooga to give all citizens an opportunity to meet budget and administrative staff as well as give input for the city of Chattanooga’s 2018-2019 Operating Budget. Citizens are welcome to attend one or all three sessions. 

Nov. 20 - 5-6:30 p.m.
Kingdom Center
(behind the Urban League)
730 E M L King Blvd. 
Citizens are encouraged to RSVP Here 

Nov. 27 - 5-6:30 p.m.
Hixson Youth & Family Development Center
5400 School Dr.
Citizens are encouraged to RSVP Here 

Nov. 30 - 5-6:30 p.m.
Family Justice Center
5705 Uptain Road
Citizens are encouraged to RSVP Here 

The city of Chattanooga’s Budgeting for Outcomes process is an innovative methodology, which helps determine how operating funds are allocated to community priorities, ensures the best use of taxpayer dollars, and facilitates better outcomes for Chattanoogans. The city of Chattanooga wants citizens to engage now in the BFO process to help inform the 2019 Budget. 

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