For the Fiscal Year 2023-2024 City budget, the Board of Supervisors charge to the Budget Committee was to fight for an equitable local economic recovery. While some focused on revitalizing downtown activity as a key economic driver, the Budget Committee realized that a full and equitable recovery must include working people, small businesses, and those in need of critical city services.
We had to get back to work on persistent pre-pandemic issues – working people were steadily getting priced out, tenant evictions and buy-outs were daily occurrences, our homeless count was soaring, property crimes were rapidly increasing, and empty storefronts and neighborhood blight.
I remain committed to working with the Mayor and my colleagues on the Board of Supervisors to actively identify solutions that support robust economic activities for ALL San Franciscans. That is why it is so important that working on meaningful solutions and robust oversight of City spending is a priority for me as the BOS Budget Committee Chair year around, not just during “budget season.”
Please use this site as a source of information about announcements and hearing schedules related to the City Budget. I invite all San Franciscans to participate and keep track of our progress as the Budget Committee holds our departments accountable for their spending and works together on meaningful solutions that ensure an equitable recovery for all San Franciscans.
Budget Related Documents and Presentations:
- 2/2/2024 Status of the San Francisco Economy: January 2024
- 1/24/24 Appropriation Reserve - Various Departments’ Budget Appropriations on Reserve - $48,403,840 - FY2023-2024
- 12/29/2023 2023 Annual Comprehensive Financial Report (ACFR)
- 12/22/23 Five Year Financial Plan Update (Joint Report)
- 12/13/23 Mayor’s Budget Instructions to Departments
- 12/11/23 Budget Instructions for Fiscal Years 2024-25 and 2025-26
- 12/1/23 Mid-Year Budget Cuts – Letter from Mayor Breed
- 10/11/23 Mid-Year Budget Instructions – Letter from Mayor Breed