The files included in each section below reflect the adopted budget and supporting information for the City of Edgewood for the period noted.  The City’s fiscal year runs from October 1st through September 30th.

The Five-Year Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) is simply a planning tool utilized to plan/schedule the capital projects to be implemented throughout the City during each fiscal year.  As such, the ‘projected’ date of implementation for each included project is subject to change until such time as the City Council formally approves a contract for the project.  The CIP is reviewed annually as part of the city’s standard budgeting process.

Annual Budget message from The Mayor’s Office – FY 2017/18

Edgewood’s city budget is the blueprint for financial and policy decisions implemented during each fiscal year.  As the single most important document we have for establishing control over the direction of operations and plans for the future, it lays the groundwork for what will be our community’s goals and accomplishments to ensure appropriate management and future viability.

We are very fortunate to be debt free.  Management of revenue, combined with accurate forecasting of our city’s needs is very important. We must manage the city’s finances to assure we do not fall into the unfortunate situation many other cities are facing today.

I invite you, as residents of Edgewood, to attend at least one of our budget workshops as we begin the process of planning the next fiscal year (2017/2018)) budget.   Workshop dates and times have been posted on the city’s website at

Help plan the future of your city by becoming involved.

Mayor Ray Bagshaw