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.
Upcoming FY2015 Budget Meetings
Learn more about how your Town of Gilbert FY2015 budget is developed at one of the upcoming Town Council meetings below. See the budget process at work!
- 4 p.m. on April 15, 2014: Council study session – FY15 budget overview
- 7 p.m. on May 15, 2014: Council meeting – Preliminary budget adoption
- 7 p.m. on June 5, 2014: Council meeting – Final budget adoption
Curious about how town budgets are developed? Learn more about municipal budgets in this Arizona Cities @Work video below. Your input matters! We hope to see you at an upcoming Council meeting.
System Development Fees
- 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
- Fiscal Year 2012-2013: System Development Fee Annual Report
- Fiscal Year 2011-2012: System Development Fee Annual Report
High Performing Government: Optimizing Operations
Would you like to know more about how the town's operations compare to our neighbors, and other cities and towns? Here is a place to start. 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.
- Gilbert Benchmark Report (4mb)