What You Need to Know about Mayor de Blasio’s Executive Budget Proposal


Mayor de Blasio just released his Executive Budget proposal for Fiscal Year 2017 which proposes $82.2 billion in revenue, an increase of $100 million from his FY’17 preliminary budget. The City’s tax revenue growth is projected to slow down to 3.6% in 2016 and 1.9% in 2017. Tax revenue growth averaged about 7% over the past 5 years.

Exec Budget Infographic (final website)In a nutshell, here are the facts:

Expense Budget


Public Health


NYC Health + Hospitals

Mental Health 

Tripling of Intensive-Care Mental Health Units on Rikers Island:


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Capital Executive Budget


Public Safety



Coastal Resiliency


City Council’s Demands Met

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Next Steps

The City Council begins Executive Budget hearings on May 6th.

Helpful Links

These are some of the most important stats from the Mayor’s budget proposal.  You can view the full Executive Budget and download all the available budget publications on the Mayor’s website:

View the FY17 Executive Budget

Contact UsGeorge Fontas

Do you have questions about the Executive Budget? Our Legislative and Political Affairs team, led by Executive Vice President George Fontas, can help. Contact George at george@nullcapalino.com.

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