2013 budget season is here

Next month we get the first look at next years preliminary budget 


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Anchorage Innovates

Mayor Ethan Berkowitz wants to know what Anchorage thinks about Anchorage - and announces the creation of a new place for the Mayor to receive feedback, comments, questions, and concerns.

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Budget News

2017 State Legislative Program

Municipality of Anchorage, 2017 State Legislative Program (State Fiscal Year 2018)


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2016 State Legislative Program

2015 State Legislative Program

2018 Anchorage Community Council Survey

The 2018 survey begins March 1, 2017 and will conclude May 31, 2017 with all results displayed here immediately upon completion.

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Citizen Tax Saving Suggestion

Five major service areas

What are Service Areas?

The Municipality’s Charter requires that our local government operate under a service area concept, which means that residents in particular areas vote to approve taxes to pay for service(s) from the Municipality.

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Community Council Surveys

Comments submitted by the community are an important factor in developing the Capital Improvement Budget/Program (CIB/CIP)

DELETE — This project is not within the Turnagain Community Council boundaries.
This is Turnagain Community Council's #10-ranked Parks & Recreation project and is not a pr
Without site-specific projects, Turnagain Community Council is NOT RANKING this CIP item.

CIP Frequently Asked Questions

  • In the spring, OMB routes project lists to the community councils for comments.
  • Each department evaluates projects identified and develops a prioritized needs list.
  • Bonds: Primary funding source is voter approved bonds.
  • Federal: secondary funding source is federal funding programmed through the AMATS TIP

Budget Questionare

Budget Poll

The Mayor wants to know what your priorities are. 

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Donate To City Services

Want to make a voluntary contribution to support a city service beyond what you pay in property taxes?

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Helpful Terminology

The Charteri gives Anchorage’s Mayor the authority to stop an action approved by the Assembly. A mayor can stop (veto) an ordinance (code change) from being enacted. Anchorage’s Mayor also has “line-item” veto authority, which enables the Mayor to reduce the dollar amount approved in a budget. Eight (out of eleven) members of the Assembly then can override a mayor’s veto, thereby allowing the ordinance to become law.

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