We build and carry out the Mayor’s Operating Budget and Capital Plan. Our work helps the City make smart investments, and aims to create a thriving, robust, safe and equitable Boston.
Missed our November Educational Workshops? See recordings and learn the basics of the budget on our "How the Budget Works" page. Slides available in 11 languages.
Our office promotes the high quality delivery of services to Boston’s residents in a cost effective way. We evaluate City programs and then use our analysis to build, present, and manage the Mayor's Operating Budget. We also create the Capital Plan, a strategic document that shows how the City's investment in its infrastructure, such as bridges and roads, contributes to Boston's future.
1 City Hall Square
Room 813Boston, MA 02201-2037
Office hoursMonday through Friday, 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
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