The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) assists in the management of the Town's resources, emphasizing financial accountability, productivity improvement, program evaluation, and policy development.
OMB focus areas include:
- Budget development, implementation, monitoring, and compliance;
- Long and short range forecasting and analysis;
- Financial and legislative impact analysis;
- Cost of service and correlating rates and fees;
- Organizational performance management, including benchmarks, measures, and performance optimization;
- Strategic planning;
- Citizen satisfaction and community needs; and
- Policy analysis and development
The OMB is committed to improving the effectiveness and efficiency of government services, and building continuing public trust through responsible governance, transparency, and clarity.
FY 2016-2017 Budget
On May 9, 2016, Town Council adopted the FY 2016-2017 budget:
On May 5, 2016, Town Council adopted the preliminary FY 2016-2017 budget:
Prior Fiscal Years
- FY 2016 Preliminary Budget
- FY 2016 Adopted Budget
- FY 2015 Preliminary Budget
- FY 2015 Adopted Budget
- FY 2015 Town of Gilbert Utility Rate and Fee Study Report
- FY 2014 Preliminary Budget
- FY 2014 Adopted Budget
- FY 2013 Preliminary Budget
- FY 2013 Adopted Budget
- FY 2012 Preliminary Budget
- FY 2012 Adopted Budget
- FY 2011 Preliminary Budget
- FY 2011 Adopted Budget
System Development Fees
- System Development Fee Update: Land Use Assumptions, IIP, and Development Fees, adopted 05/01/2014
- System Development Fee Update: Revised Land Use Assumptions and IIP 01/16/2014
- System Development Fee Update: Land Use Assumptions and IIP as proposed 10/18/2013
- FY2014-2015: System Development Fee Annual Report
- FY2013-2014: System Development Fee Annual Report
- FY2012-2013: System Development Fee Annual Report
- FY2011-2012: System Development Fee Annual Report
Long Term Financial Plan
High Performing Government: Optimizing Operations
As part of the Town’s performance management strategy, Gilbert is pleased to present the second edition of the Gilbert Benchmark Report. This effort allows Gilbert to evaluate progress in achieving “best in class” status as an organization by identifying 81 measures that span 27 departments and divisions, utilizing 40 benchmark communities.
As part of the town's performance management strategy, Gilbert is pleased to present its first benchmark report. The report includes a total of 83 measures across 25 functional areas in 17 town departments, utilizing a total of 33 benchmark communities.
The Town of Gilbert is also part of a Phoenix metropolitan area consortium known as the Valley Benchmarking Cities, comprised of the 11 largest cities in the area, Arizona State University, the Alliance for Innovation, and the International City/County Management Association. The group's FY2014 Report is posted below.