Tell the Mayor What YOU Want to See in the Budget, at a Budget Engagement Forum
Every year the Mayor holds budget engagement forums to hear from residents about their priorities. This is an opportunity to gather with other residents and make your voice heard about what kind of community you want DC to be.
‘Mansion Taxes’ Can Advance Opportunity for DC’s Residents
Mansion taxes can improve the fairness of DC’s tax system and help fund our biggest priorities, such as affordable housing, schools, health care, roads, and other services and infrastructure that drive economic growth.
The Federal Shutdown Should Reignite Discussion about Tapping DC’s Reserves
Using a portion of DC’s reserves, instead of immediately putting it into savings, could help ensure that lost tax revenue due to the shutdown doesn’t force cuts in services like schools or health care.
We Need a Budget that Invests in the Building Blocks for a Thriving DC
DCFPI’s FY 2020 budget recommendations reflect effective ways to use DC’s resources to address our city’s challenges and create a promising future for all DC residents.
Counting Our Homeless Neighbors While Envisioning a Future Without Homelessness
The annual Point in Time count tells us who is homeless, where they are staying, and whether the strategies we are using to combat homelessness are working.
Here’s What You Need to Know About DC’s FY 2020 Budget Season
This DC budget process timeline highlights opportunities to voice our values and shape the Fiscal Year 2020 DC budget.
Things Money Can’t Buy: Love, and Economic Development
It’s time for DC to tighten up its economic development incentives, including accountability for companies like Blackboard to pay DC back when they take subsidies but fail to keep their commitments.