2023-24 budget information

The City School District of Albany is in the final stages of the annual budget-development process, anticipating the adoption of the New York state budget on April 1 to finalize our revenue projections for the 2023-24 school year. The budget vote will be May 16.

This year, the budget vote also will include a referendum of approximately $9 million related to the Albany High School project. This referendum would have no additional impact on taxes. Check out the March 16 Board of Education meeting video below to learn more about this proposal.

Two Board of Education seats also will be on the May 16 ballot. The terms of Vice President Anne Savage and member Damarise Mann expire at the end of June. Visit our Board section for more information.

You can read on for more information about the budget-development process for 2023-24. If you are looking for information on the current 2022-23 budget, you can find it by visiting this archival page

Presentations and resources

Voting information

For more information on voting in our school budget and board elections, please visit our voting information page.

Community Budget Committee

The Community Budget Committee participates in the district’s budget-development process with a goal of providing input to the Board of Education on community priorities and areas residents would like to see resources directed for the upcoming school year.

The process allows committee members to work alongside district employees to develop an understanding of district revenue sources, mandated programs and services, and resource allocation in support of the district’s vision, mission and goals.

Budgets from prior years