Timeline for the Budget Process



March 9:    Budget Worksession #1
                     
Presentation

 March 23:  Budget Worksession #2
                           Presentation
 

April 13:     Budget Worksession #3

                     Presentation

April 27:      Budget Worksession #4
                     
Presentation
                           Responsed to 4.13.21 Work Session

May 11:       Budget Worksession #5

                     Presentation

May 25:      City Manager's Proposed Budget
                     
Presentation
                           Proposed Budget Document


June 8:       Public Hearing
                          Presentation

June 22:     Budget Adoption

 

Instructions for participation can be found at the City's Engagement HUB:  www.PublicInput.com/hub/88.


Upcoming input opportunities


 

Closing the Loop!

Please watch this short video on what the City heard during our Re-Imagining Outreach.

Here's the Equity-Focused Budget SurveyThank you for Participating!

Equity-Focused Budget Sessions


The multiple sessions are all the same in Round One and then a new session for Round Two in April.  We are providing multiple opportunities to participate and there will be a survey posted.

 

Round One Sessions:

March 18 - 6:00-7:30 p.m.

March 24 - 6:00-7:30 p.m.

March 25 - 10:00-11:30 a.m.

 

Round Two Sessions:

April 20 - 6:00-7:30 p.m.

April 22 - 6:00-7:30 p.m.

April 23 - 10:00-11:30 a.m.

 

Community Engagement Academy 


 

Community Engagement Academy

 

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They are Back!  Meet the Facilitators for our Next Round


 

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AMPLIFY COMMUNITY CONSULTING

Christine Edwards, MPA, Founder and Principal for Amplify Community Consulting

Established in 2018, Amplify Community Consulting is a minority-owned consulting firm located in Charlotte, NC. The firm consists of professionals experienced in multiple disciplines, including community outreach planning, community development, marketing, communication, and local government policy. They work with governments and nonprofits to enhance their community engagement capacity and increase awareness of special projects by hosting public meetings and workshops, specifically for capital projects and community developments. They also offer civic engagement tools and resources for community leaders as well as local government education resources. Amplify Charlotte is a proud project of the Emerging City Champions Fellowship 2018. They are a registered MWBE vendor with the State of North Carolina and the City of Charlotte, and a HUB Certified Business. Though Amplify Charlotte specializes in community outreach planning and place-based outreach initiatives, they have professional experience with priority-setting, stakeholder interviewing, public opinion polling, and internal (employee) engagement that improve the quality of life for community residents and stakeholders. 


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SHEMEKKA EBONY

Shemekka Ebony, 2018 CJA Health Equity Leader Award Winner and 2020 BWR SISTARS Leadership Award recipient, is a Brilliant wife and mother of 6. Shemekka is a community engagement expert, Health and Racial Equity leader, and a Johns Hopkins’ Health Policy Research Scholars Leadership Coach, an initiative funded by Robert Woods Johnson Foundation. Shemekka is committed to expanding awareness about policy transformation in the areas of ending discrimination, racial equity, health equity, and economic equity with marginalized communities and emphasis with Black Women. I Am Brilliant is her flagship for organizing and engagement strategies dedicated to connecting all the threads that weave through communities in order to provide people better access, honor their experiences, and institute better practices for sustainable partnerships. She works with her husband, Michael Stewart-Isaacs, co-founder of I Am Brilliant to consult several Community and National organizations for better practices in meaningful and authentic community engagement.

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