Office of Management and Budget

P.O. Box 1466
Mesa, AZ 85211

Contact Information

Fax 480-644-5585

 Staff Directory

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Current Happenings

Ever wonder how the budget for the City of Mesa works? Check out the City's new Budget 101 video!

Budget 101 Movie


Office of Management & Budget


The Office of Management and Budget's (OMB) mission is to ensure the effective and efficient use of resources in order to sustain the delivery of quality services for the residents of Mesa.

The Office of Management and Budget develops and manages the annual operating budget and the five-year capital improvement program; forecasts city-wide revenues, expenditures and fund balances; conducts special projects; and administers the City's performance excellence. OMB also manages a variety of city administrative processes and provides process improvement, performance management and strategic planning services to city organizations. In addition, OMB is the home for the Management Associate Program, which recruits talented professionals interested in a career in public service.

Budget Basics

The adopted budget continues the City of Mesa’s commitment to providing quality services to residents in a fiscally responsible manner. Dive into the City's budget by clicking on the questions below, or reading the City's Executive Budget Plan.

Arrow cycle What is the City’s budget process?
Delve into the City’s 12 step budget cycle, see how the budget is managed, and understand budget limitations and requirements
Executive Budget Plan FY 15/16
Pie Chart What are the City’s available resources?
Discover where the Mesa’s revenues come from
Construction Cone What does the City spend money on?
Take a look at the total city budget by major expense categories

What are the City’s major funds?
Learn how the City categories revenues and expenses and understand the difference between the General Funds and Enterprise Funds



What are the City's financial policies?
View the City's current policies governing the budget and financial health.
Budget STATS Bonds and Debt Capital Improvement Program  Property Tax Community Facilities District
Quarterly Financial Status Report   Community Annual Report   Homeowner’s Annual Cost Comparison

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