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FY 2017-18 Budget

Graphic image of the text FY 2017-18 Budget

The Town of Oro Valley is beginning the annual process of developing its operating and capital budgets for the 2017-18 fiscal year.  The Town encourages citizen input in its annual budget process, and the feedback we receive will be taken into consideration by the Mayor and Town Council, the Town Manager and staff when formulating the Town’s financial plan.

We have developed this Budget Information Page to communicate past organizational accomplishments, information relating to the current FY 2016-17 Adopted Budget and links to the other adopted policy documents that guide the Town’s budget preparation, the General Plan and the Strategic Plan.

One way we are soliciting feedback on the budget is through the use of an online budget questionnaire, 5 Questions in 5 Minutes. A link is provided to this questionnaire below. This brief questionnaire will be available from January 30th through February 10, 2017, and participants will have an opportunity to rank potential capital improvement project categories, indicate priority levels on Town programs and services and rate general statements about the Town. Residents will also have the opportunity to attend two public hearings on the FY 2017-18 budget, scheduled for May 17 and June 7, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers.

Fiscal Year 15/16 Highlights and Achievements

  • Completed the Your Voice, Our Future General Plan update, ratified by voters on November 8
  • Acquired property for a new police substation and evidence facility
  • Issued nearly 2,000 building permits of all types
  • Completed the Water Utility advanced metering infrastructure project
  • Delivered record transit service ridership of 45,202, a 16% increase over the prior fiscal year
  • Began partnership with Town of Marana for the Tangerine Road widening project
  • Began design on the La Cholla widening project
  • Increased the number of recreation programs offered with the addition of the Community Center and hosted over 1,300 summer camp participants
  • Delivered a combined total of 2.87 billion gallons of water to utility customers
  • Approved the construction of two new multi-use fields at Naranja Park