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Fiscal Year 2017 Budget & Fiscal Year 2018 Budget Process
Link to Vol 1 of proposed budget document
Link to dollar bill graphic Where the Money Goes
Click on the dollar bill graphic above to view a representation of where tax dollars would be used in Loudoun County under the Proposed FY 2018 Budget. 

FY 2018 Budget Work Sessions
The Board of Supervisors will hold a series of budget work sessions on the Proposed Fiscal Year 2018 Budget in March. The schedule is as follows. (The date of each session links to the documents prepared for that meeting.)

Note: The budget work sessions originally scheduled for March 22 and March 25, 2017, have been canceled.

The work sessions are available for viewing through at www.loudoun.gov/webcast-archives.

Public Input
Members of the public may provide input on the FY 2018 Proposed Budget to members of the Board of Supervisors through a number of channels.

Board of Supervisors Comment Line: 703-777-0115


In-Person Public Hearings 
The Board of Supervisors held public hearings 
February 28March 2, and Saturday, March 4, 2017. The webcasts of the February 28 and March 2 public hearings are online: 

FY 2018 Proposed Budget Presented 
Loudoun County County Administrator Tim Hemstreet presented his proposed Fiscal Year 2018 (FY 18) budget to the Board of Supervisors February 15, 2017. The budget totals $2.5 billion in appropriations for the general county government and school system. The budget presentation is online as is the proposed budget document and a presentation on the Capital Improvement Program (CIP) made to the Board's Finance, Government Operations & Economic Development Committee February 14, 2017.

FY 2018 Performance Measures are Online
The full list of FY 2018 performance measures for Loudoun County is intended to serve as a supplementary document to the FY 2018 proposed budget, which includes a subset of measures specifically related to FY 2018 budget issues.

CIP Work Sessions

The Board of Supervisors Finance/Government Operations & Economic Development Committee(FGOEDC)  held two special meetings on the proposed FY 2018 Capital Improvement Program (CIP). A meeting originally scheduled for March 8, 2017, was canceled. Documents prepared for the March 1, 2017, meeting, the action report and a link to the webcast of the meeting are online:

The first meeting was held Tuesday, February 21, 2017. The meeting packet, action report and a link to the webcast of the meeting are online:  

The Board is expected to adopt the FY 2018 budget Tuesday, April 4, 2017. Loudoun County's fiscal year begins July 1.

The FY 2017 Budget Story is Online 
The FY 2017 Budget Story is a companion document to Loudoun County’s FY 2017 Adopted Budget. The Budget Story was produced to provide an additional resource for Loudoun’s residents to learn about the county’s budget. The Budget Story highlights a wide variety of county programs and illustrates some of the many ways the county puts tax dollars to work.

Adopted FY 2017 Budget is Online
The adopted Fiscal Year 2017 budget for the Loudoun County government, which was adopted by the Board of Supervisors on April 5, 2016, is online. 

The budget totals approximately $2.46 billion in total appropriations for the general county government and school system for FY 2017. The budget went into effect July 1, 2016, while the new tax rates were effective April 5, 2016.  

The adopted budget included a real property tax rate of $1.145 per $100 in assessed value. The personal property tax rate remained unchanged at $4.20 per $100. The budget included a local transfer to Loudoun County Public Schools of $694.8 million, a 5.5% increase in local tax funding over FY 2016 and 97.6 percent of the School Board’s budget request. More information is online in the news release below: 

Where the Money Goes
Click here to view a representation of where tax dollars are used in Loudoun County in FY 2017. 

For More Information
Background on the Fiscal Year 2017 budget and the budget process is online here.

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