The City's fiscal year is July 1 - June 30.
The fourth Monday of March, the Mayor presents a proposed budget ("Executive Recommendation") to the City Council for the fiscal year that begins that July. The City Council deliberates on the budget recommendation and adopts a budget for the ensuing year no later than the third Monday in May.
Fiscal Year 2019/2020 (Current Year) Adopted Budget (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2019/2020 (Current Year) Proposed Budget (PDF)
Participatory Budget Night Documents
Updated Lansing Police Department Budget Information Overview (PDF)
Public Safety and Preparedness (PDF)
Economic Development and Inclusive Growth (PDF)
Infrastructure and Built Environment (PDF)
Neighborhoods and Quality of Life (PDF)
Comprehensive Annual Financial Reports
An independent annual financial report is made of all accounts of the City government at the close of each fiscal year.
Fiscal Year 2018/2019 Report (PDF)
Fiscal Year 2017/2018 Report (PDF)
State of Michigan City, Village, and Township Revenue Sharing (CVTRS) Program Filings
For purposes of accountability and transparency of State revenue sharing, the City files a citizen's guide to its finances including a performance dashboard, debt service report, and projected budget report.
State of Michigan Pension and Retiree Healthcare Reports (Form 5572)
Michigan's Public Act 202 of 2017 requires additional reporting of pension and retiree healthcare liabilities. The City of Lansing has a corrective action plan filed with the Michigan Department of Treasury to address its current liabilities.
2019 Form 5572 (PDF)
2018 Form 5572 (PDF)
2018 State PA 202 Corrective Action Plans
Employees Retirement (Pension System)
Employees Retirement OPEB (Retiree Healthcare) Plan
Police & Fire OPEB (Retiree Healthcare) Plan
2018 Corrective Action Plan Approvals (all three plans)