Allegheny County Executive Rich Fitzgerald presented his $880.3 million, 2017 Comprehensive Fiscal Plan to County Council on Wednesday evening.
The 2017 budget calls for no tax or millage increases and does not include any one-time revenues for the fifth consecutive year. It also holds growth at 2.9 percent over last year.
“I’m extremely proud to present a budget today that has no tax increase, and continues to build on the stable fiscal condition of the county,” said Fitzgerald. “There is a great deal of hard work that goes into ensuring that we stay within budget and address unexpected costs that occur throughout the year.”