NORFOLK, Va. — Norfolk's city manager will present his proposed 2020 budget to city council on Tuesday, and soon, you'll have a chance to weigh in online or in-person.

After Tuesday night's initial presentation by City Manager Doug Smith, council members will hold work sessions and public budget hearings in April and May. 

The first budget hearing on April 10 covers the operating and capital budgets as well as the HUD annual plan. A public hearing scheduled for May 7 will cover real estate reassessments.

Council members will also discuss the budget during work sessions on April 2, April 9, April 23 and May 7.

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If none of those dates work for you, you can still go online. The city offers an online program that allows residents to add or subtract funding from budget areas, as well as raise or lower revenues.

City council is scheduled to vote on adopting the budget on May 14.