Des Plaines City Council approves $194.5 million budget for 2024


The Des Plaines City Council on Monday approved a $194.5 million budget for the 2024 fiscal year.

The spending plan includes millions to wrap up the multiyear expansion of the city’s police station, replace old water mains and lead service pipes, and fund other projects and purchases, as well as staff salaries and other expenses.

Des Plaines’ fiscal year begins Jan. 1.

The spending plan is greater than the current fiscal year’s $174 million total. City officials attributed the bump to increased spending on capital improvements and infrastructure projects.

Officials expect to collect about $153 million in property taxes, fees and other revenue in 2024. That’s also up from the current year.

The budget can be found online at


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