Budget Office

  1. International Children's Festival set for Saturday, April 21 at Mill Point Park

    - Experience the sights, sounds and tastes of more than 40 countries on Saturday, April 21, when the International Children's Festival is held at Mill Point Park in downtown Hampton. Read on...
  2. Hampton Heritage Day celebrates the cultures that helped shape the city

    – Hampton Heritage Day, honoring the Native American, European and African cultures that formed the city, will be held Saturday, April 21, from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. downtown on Queens Way between King and Wine streets. Read on...
  3. Leaders, professionals talk with youth about ways to change the culture of violence

    – sHampton's third Urgency of Now conference brought together elected officials, city staff, school administrators, pastors, non-profits, and dozens of Hampton and Newport News high school students to talk about ways to change the culture of violence.

Budget Office

Establishes and maintains a comprehensive budget system and provides financial management information to the city manager and City Council so that sound financial decisions can be made. In addition, the Budget Office prepares the annual operating and capital budgets for submission by the city manager to the City Council.

Budget information for Fiscal Year 2018

Previous years' budgets

Capital Improvement Plan

This is a five-year schedule for maintenance of public property, master plan initiatives, neighborhood support, education, economic development and other major improvements that support making Hampton the “Most Livable Community in Virginia”

The first year of the plan becomes part of the city manager’s recommended budget each year. The other years serve as guidelines and goals for the future. The final plan has to be approved by City Council.