The Budget Office is a division of the Financial Services Department responsible for developing and publishing the city's annual operating and capital budgets. The Budget Office also analyzes revenue and expenditures trends throughout the year and assists with special projects assigned by city management.

The city operates an annual budget with the fiscal year beginning on Oct. 1 and ending on Sept. 30. The City Manager is responsible for proposing an annual operating budget to City Council at least 30 days prior to the adoption of the tax rate. 

The budget, tax rate and certified tax roll are adopted each year by City Council. Residents and business owners are encouraged to provide comments and feedback related to the budget, tax rate and charges for services throughout the annual budget process.

  1. Property Tax Exemptions Explained

    Irving offers a 20% Homestead Property Tax Exemption to residential properties used as a primary residence. The city also provides tax relief for disabled and homeowners age 65 and older, but they must already qualify for a Homestead Exemption. Read on...
  2. Learn More About Irving's FY23 Budget

    Irving City Manager Chris Hillman discusses the city's FY2022-23 budget in this informative video. Read on...
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