July
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What the Pandemic Means for the Fiscal Health of Cities

Partner Events

Join SPUR’s Lunchtime Forum:

The Bay Area’s shelter-in-place order has slowed the spread of the coronavirus and undoubtedly helped save lives, but it also comes with diminished economic activity and steep drops in expected revenue for cities. As the Bay Area inches toward reopening, cities throughout the region’s nine counties are planning cuts in the services that so many depend on. What will it take to balance budgets in the coming fiscal year, and how will COVID-19 impact the ability of cities to provide critical services now and in the future?

+ Jim Shannon / City of San José
+ Ben Rosenfield / San Francisco Controller’s Office

July 1, 12:30pm, Online Event RSVP
July 1
Partner Events

What the Pandemic Means for the Fiscal Health of Cities

July 1, 12:30pm, at Online Event RSVP

Join SPUR’s Lunchtime Forum:

The Bay Area’s shelter-in-place order has slowed the spread of the coronavirus and undoubtedly helped save lives, but it also comes with diminished economic activity and steep drops in expected revenue for cities. As the Bay Area inches toward reopening, cities throughout the region’s nine counties are planning cuts in the services that so many depend on. What will it take to balance budgets in the coming fiscal year, and how will COVID-19 impact the ability of cities to provide critical services now and in the future?

+ Jim Shannon / City of San José
+ Ben Rosenfield / San Francisco Controller’s Office