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Participatory Budgeting

Cycle 3 Vote Results - Winning Projects:

Afterschool Sports Program - Soccer & Basketball - $50,000
Vallejo Firefighter Youth Academy - $50,000

Waterfront History Arts Park - $395,000
U Help Vallejo Kids Win - Afterschool Tech Program - $240,000
School Roads Repair - $265,000*

* - Partially funded with all remaining funds from the $1,000,000 allocation.

Click here for details on all of the 17 proposals that appeared on the Cycle 3 ballot and the full results.

Will Morat
Administrative Analyst II
(707) 648-4109

Alyssa Alford

Administrative Analyst I
(707) 648-4577

Marco Caro
Interim Administrative Clerk I
(707) 648-4041

555 Santa Clara Street
Vallejo, CA 94590
Third Floor

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In 2012, the City of Vallejo made history by becoming the first U.S. municipality to approve participatory budgeting (PB) city-wide. PB engages all Vallejo residents to help decide how to spend a portion of the city budget.

In Year 1, Vallejo residents created and approved 12 public projects, from community gardens to youth scholarships to park rehabilitation. On March 6, the Office of the City Manager, City of Vallejo, released a summary report of Year 1 that addresses the background, participation, representation of Vallejo's diverse community, and outcomes. You can view or download the summary report by clicking here.

In Year 2, Vallejo residents created and approved 8 public projects, from housing to school bands to public art.

The City of Vallejo just completed its 3rd Year of PB - click here to view the 5 proposals that garnered the most votes!

You can use to access the city's website for Participatory Budgeting.