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County Administrator, Scott Stevens released his Fiscal Year 2023 Proposed Budget for James City County on March 28. The FY2023 Proposed Budget at $233.4 million is 4.0% above the FY2022 budget, with the General Fund portion of the budget increasing 7.9% over FY2022 to $218.2 million. Video The budget process for FY2023 involved several key considerations, including providing exceptional services to the community, employee retention and recruitment, community appearance, and paying for capital improvement projects with fund balance appropriations. Current economic conditions have also played a role as rising prices and supply chain shortages have created difficulties in obtaining necessary goods and equipment. The County shares resources between County operations and WJCC Schools, and a measured approach was taken to ensure a fair allocation of resources that would benefit as many community needs as possible. These factors, in addition to the goals of the County’s Strategic Plan, helped to shape this proposed budget. Highlights include:
After a community meeting and a business meeting on the budget, the Board of Supervisors is expected to vote on the County’s FY2023 Proposed Budget at the May 10 meeting at 5 p.m. Once adopted, the FY2023 budget will cover July 1, 2022-June 30, 2023. Opportunities for citizen input are as follows:
The Board of Supervisors budget discussion will be held at their Business Meeting on April 26 at 1 p.m. in the Board Room at 101 Mounts Bay Road, Building F. Although there are no opportunities for public comments during Business Meetings, the public is welcome to attend. The meeting will also be streamed live on Facebook, the website, YouTube and Cox Cable channels 48 and 1048. The FY2023 Proposed Budget can be viewed on the County’s website, https://www.jamescitycountyva.gov/598/Budget-Financial-Reports. Media Contact:Renee Dallman, Public Information Officer757-253-6605; email@example.com