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The Office of Budget Management is sharing resources with residents and holding informational workshops this November.

The budget, in partnership with federal ARPA funds, reflects the clear call for transformative action to support affordable housing, landmark investments in mental health, early education and...

The capital investments in the upcoming bond sale will fund affordable housing, climate resiliency, civic assets, and education infrastructure.

The Mayor and Budget Office are seeking community feedback on how Boston's annual budget resources are allocated.

The FY22 operating budget proposes a year-over-year increase of $142 million, or 3.9 percent over FY21, and the Capital Plan represents a $200 million increase.

Current CFO Emme Handy will return the Broad Institute of MIT and Harvard in a new leadership role.

Investments prioritize high-quality and equitable services for residents

Mayor Walsh announced $2.78 billion as part of the Imagine Boston FY20-24 five year captial plan.

The budget, which was presented today, focuses on bold investments guided by equity, opportunity and investing in Boston's future.

Mayor Walsh announces $4 million in Boston's Walkable Streets, $2 million in bike infrastructure, and $500,000 to create new public plazas.

Increased revenue will be invested into ending chronic and youth homelessness, and creating and preserving affordable housing

Handy joins City of Boston with more than 10 years of experience in government finance and fiscal management.

Sterritt brings over six years of experience in government finance, administration, and policy.

The $3.15 billion budget proposal represents an increase of $148.5 million, or 5 percent, over the FY17 budget.

Data-driven investments are aimed at creating a thriving, healthy and innovative City.

Until this year, three books, 860 pages, and almost three inches of data-rich Boston budget and performance information was buried in a PDF format.

Mayor Walsh's five-year Capital Plan invests in the City’s infrastructure, supports Boston’s economy, and improves quality of life for residents.

Mayor Martin J. Walsh today announced the appointment of Katie Hammer as the City of Boston's Budget Director, serving in the Office of Budget Management. Hammer brings over seven years of experience...

Last week, Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced the winning projects of the ‘Youth Lead the Change’, participatory budget initiative. Young people from across the City were instructed, by the Mayor’s Youth...

Today Mayor Martin J. Walsh announced that David Sweeney will serve as Boston’s next Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Collector-Treasurer. Sweeney brings nearly a decade of experience working in...

Mayor Walsh today presented the first budget of his administration, a $2.7 billion Operating Budget for Fiscal Year 2015 and a five-year, $1.9 billion capital plan. This year’s capital plan identifies...

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