(Toledo, OH) Want to learn more about Toledo's efforts to embrace priority-based budgeting?
There's a public education session tonight for people interested in learning how Toledo city government intends to detail the costs by program and make the information more available to citizens. The session will include instruction on how to access information directly from the city's website.
Priority-based budgeting will provide cost and revenue data for more than 700 city programs. The city's consultant, the Center for Priority Based Budgeting, has encouraged Toledo to become the first city to launch an online citizen portal, sharing budget data with the public to increase transparency and accountability.
The education session runs 6 yo 8 p.m. at Sanger branch library.