City of South Bend asks for public input on city budget
SOUTH BEND, Ind. – Officials with the City of South Bend are asking the public to voice their opinions when it comes to the 2019 city budget.
The Mayor’s Office is inviting those who want their ideas heard to attend a resident budget input meeting Tuesday evening.
The public meeting will “give individuals an opportunity to provide input, learn about the budget process, and speak with City officials prior to the kickoff of the 2019 budget season,” according to city officials.
The meeting at Ivy Tech Community College, Room 109, starts at 6 p.m.
South Bend Mayor Pete Buttgieg, the Common Council, and other city staff will be in attendance.