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2020/21 Budget – Key Dates

  • Budget and Audit Committee Meeting Aug. 5th
    • Review preliminary budget data
  • Property Tax Valuation Data Certified Aug. 19th
    • Preliminary valuation data certified by Douglas County and Sarpy County
  • Finalize Budget For 2020/21 (Subject to Board Input and Approval) Aug. 31st
    • Budget Loaded into Production For Use on September 1st
  • Hearing Notices Due to the Omaha World Herald Aug. 31st
  • Hearing Notices Published in the Omaha World Herald Aug. 4th
  • Small-Group Budget Workshops With Board Members Early September
    • Detailed budget discussions with Board members
  • Budget Hearing and Budget Adoption Sept. 10th
    • Public hearing & Board of Education meeting to adopt 2020/21 budget
  • Budget Filing Deadline Sept. 18th
    • File budget documents with Douglas County, Sarpy County, Auditor of Public Accounts (APA) and Nebraska Department of Education (NDE)

Find more detailed budget information at Omaha Public Schools - Open Book Initiative.

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