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Portland City Council unanimously approves $8.2 billion budget

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Portland City Council unanimously approved Mayor Ted Wheeler's FY24-25 Proposed Budget on Wednesday, May 15 2024. A final vote will be held June 12 and the budget goes into effect on July 1.

“As we look to the future, my budget lays a strong foundation for a resilient Portland where every resident has a chance to thrive,” said Mayor Ted Wheeler. 

FY 2024-25 Approved Budget

This budget funds services delivered by 6 Service Areas and over 7,000 employees. This budget is the culmination of months of dialogue and work from Council offices, City budget staff, bureau leadership and Portlanders. 


Budget Highlights
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Budget Portland Solutions slide
Budget economic slide
Budget PCEF slide

Upcoming events
  • May 20 - Approved budget submitted to Tax Supervising & Conservation Commission 
  • June 11 - 9:30am-11:00am– Tax Supervising and Conservation Commission Hearing on the Approved Budget 
  • June 12 - 2:00-5:00pm – Council Convenes to Adopt Budget (First Reading - public testimony) 
  • June 20 – Council Convenes to Adopt Budget (Second Reading - no public testimony)