Beavercreek City Council is set to vote on the adoption of the City of Beavercreek's 2024 budget during their upcoming council meeting scheduled for Monday, December 11. The meeting will take place in the council chambers of Beavercreek City Hall, located at 1368 Research Park Drive.
The city held two budget work sessions on November 15 and 20, where members of the public were invited to attend and contribute their input on the proposed budget. Throughout these sessions, city council and staff diligently examined the city’s 2024 proposed budget line by line, making any necessary adjustments.
In addition to the budget vote, the December 11 meeting will feature the State of the City presentation by City Manager Pete Landrum. This presentation will provide an overview of the city’s 2024 budget, as well as the city’s accomplishments in 2023 and its goals for the upcoming year.
All Beavercreek City Council meetings are open to the public, and the agendas for each meeting can be accessed on the city’s website at beavercreekohio.gov. Furthermore, recordings of all council meetings are available on the city’s YouTube channel and are broadcast on the city’s public access channel.
A dedicated time for public comment is included in every meeting, allowing residents three minutes each to address the council. It is important to note that this time is not formatted as a question-and-answer session. Residents can also contact council using the provided contact information.