The annual process is an opportunity for residents of District 3 to share what projects and issues they'd like to see funded in the next year's City of San Diego budget.
The office of Councilmember Stephen Whitburn, representing the City of San Diego's 3rd Council District, is seeking submissions from community members on what they would like to see prioritized in the City of San Diego's Fiscal Year 2023 budget.
While the budget is drafted by Mayor Todd Gloria, each councilmember is given the opportunity to submit a yearly "Budget Memo" outlining projects and issues that they would like to see included in the budget. Councilmember Whitburn's Budget Memo for the previous year is here.
While not all priorities submitted will make it into the actual budget for funding, councilmembers do rely on their constituents to share the items they want to see funded.
Councilmember Whitburn has posted a survey on his webpage that gives constituents the opportunity to submit their priorities. The survey is here.
The council office is asking for the survey to be completed by Jan. 7, 2022 for items to be considered in the District 3 Budget Memo.
"We want to know what issues are most important to you and what needs you see in your community," said a statement posted by Councilmember Whitburn's office.
Residents who live in other council districts should check the website of their council representative's office to see if they are collecting input for the FY23 budget.
For additional information regarding the District 3 budget priorities survey, call 619-236-6633 or e-mail email@example.com.