Pittsburg City Manager Daron Hall submitted the proposed fiscal year 2019 budget to the City Commission on Tuesday, July 10.
The proposed budget was created following the publishing of a five-year financial forecast, and with the help of input from the Imagine Pittsburg 2030 initiative, which contains recommendations for housing, economic development, infrastructure, public wellness, education and marketing. The budget also focuses on the City Commission’s goals to replenish the City’s once depleted reserves and manage debt.
Commissioners will discuss the budget on Tuesday, July 24. A public hearing on the proposed budget will be held Tuesday, August 14, during the regularly-scheduled City Commission meeting.