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The City of Williamsburg's Fiscal Year 2023 Proposed Budget was published on March 31, 2022.
City Manager Andrew O. Trivette worked closely with City Council and City staff to construct the FY23 budget proposal, which includes two tax reduction strategies:
The City's practice of conservative budgeting, the maintenance of a healthy reserve, and the allowance for federal funds to offset COVID-related losses makes it possible for taxes to be reduced.
Read the full budget proposal at williamsburgva.gov/budget. You can hear City Council discuss this proposal and voice your opinions during the next work session and regular meeting on April 11 and 14, respectively. You can also email the city manager or Council members directly at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Adoption of the FY23 budget is slated for May 12.
City Manager Andrew O. Trivette released the FY23 Proposed Budget on March 31, 2022. You can view the proposal in full or in sections on the Budget page.
City Manager Andrew O. Trivette mailed a letter to all taxpayers in the City of Williamsburg to explain his budget proposal.
Read the full letter.
Residents can offer their opinions on the proposal by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, or by speaking during an upcoming City Council work session or meeting.
View the City Council schedule for April.
Want to see the city manager's proposed budget for Fiscal Year 2023? The Balancing Act tool allows you to not only see the proposal but also to create your own budget.
We have also created a tool that allows you to get a receipt for your taxes that shows you where your money goes.