Fiscal Year 2022 Budget Development
On February 16, 2021, City Manager Mark Jinks presented the Alexandria City Council with a proposed Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 General Fund Operating Budget of $767.6 million, which represents an increase of 1.9% over the current year. The proposed budget includes $239 million in operating funds for the Alexandria City Public Schools, a $5 million (or 2.1%) increase over FY 2021 funding. The budget proposal also includes increases in capital investments for stormwater management infrastructure; redevelopment of Landmark Mall; municipal fiber projects; and educational and municipal facilities, totaling $2.66 billion over 10 years in Alexandria’s Capital Improvement Program (CIP). For a brief description and highlights of the budget, please refer to this news release or review the FY 2022 Budget in Brief.
Please see the FY 2022 Budget Calendar and Resources link below for more information on the Council Retreat, Council Budget Guidance and overall budget process.
- FY 2022 Proposed Operating Budget & CIP Documents
- FY 2022 Budget Calendar
- FY 2022 Budget Resources
- FY 2022 Budget Questions & Answers
- Submit comments on the FY 2022 Proposed Budget
- View comments received before the February 16 Budget presentation
- View comments received after the February 16 Budget presentation
Fiscal Year 2021 Approved Budget
On April 29, 2020, the Alexandria City Council unanimously adopted a Fiscal Year (FY) 2021 General Fund Operating Budget of $753.3 million, which represents decrease of 1.6% over the current year. The real estate tax rate remains at $1.13 per $100 of assessed value. The approved budget reflects the changes submitted by the City Manager on April 7, 2020 in response to the COVID-19 public health emergency. The approved budget includes $234.0 million in operating funds for public schools (a 1.0%, or $2.4 million increase over FY 2020 funding), and invests $2.1 billion over 10 years in Alexandria’s Capital Improvement Program. FY 2021 begins on July 1, 2020 and ends June 30, 2021. For a brief description and highlights of the budget, please refer to this news release or review the FY 2021 Approved Budget in Brief.
Please see the FY 2021 Budget Calendar and Resources link below for more information on the Council Retreat, Council Budget Guidance and overall budget process.
- FY 2021 Approved Operating Budget & CIP Documents
- FY 2021 Budget Resources
- FY 2021 Budget Questions & Answers
Budget documents and Information for Fiscal Years 2002 through 2018, including approved operating budgets, Capital Improvement Programs, Budget in Briefs and Budget Memoranda.
Capital Projects Status Report
The Quarterly Capital Projects Status Report details the City's current Capital Improvement Program (CIP) projects. Along with budget and financial data, information is provided on the history and current status of the projects, project highlights from the previous quarter, and anticipated project progress in the forthcoming quarter. This report is presented to City Council by the Office of Management and Budget and made available to the public.
- FY 2021 - 4th Quarter | FY 2021 - 3rd Quarter | FY 2021 - 2nd Quarter | FY 2021 - 1st Quarter
Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
Provided by the Finance Department's Accounting Division, the Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) represents the City's overall financial position at the end of each fiscal year and reports the City's activities and balances for each fiscal year.
The purpose of this fee compendium is to provide a readily available source of information on the fees and service charges assessed by City departments. Although it is our intent to keep this information updated, there may be a lag between changes and when they are posted in this document. It is therefore possible that discrepancies may arise between the information contained within this compendium and Resolutions/Ordinances passed by City Council or regulations issued by departments. In any case, the Resolutions/Ordinances passed by City Council or regulations issued by departments shall be considered authority
Real Estate Tax Receipt Calculator
The Real Estate Tax Receipt Calculator is used to see a breakdown of your City taxes by Focus Area Team by entering your property's assessed value and selecting the appropriate tax year. Assessment values are available from our Real Estate Assessment Search.
Budget & Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee
The Budget and Fiscal Affairs Advisory Committee (BFAAC) advises and supports the City Council by examining the City's budget procedures and processes; and recommends ways of improving that process, including participation by the public. The Committee typically meets on the third Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. You can find the Committee's recent reports, resources provided to the committee by staff, as well as meeting agendas, schedules and minutes at the link below.