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City of Cambridge Participatory BudgetingUse Case

Participatory Budgeting is a democratic process through which community members directly decide how to spend part of a public budget. The City hopes that PB will help directly involve residents in the budgeting and City-building process, foster civic engagement and community spirit, and help ensure that the City’s Capital Plan reflects the priorities of Cambridge residents.

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Budget participatif Saint-Basile le GrandUse Case

Le budget participatif désigne une démarche démocratique importante permettant de mieux comprendre les contraintes et les décisions du conseil municipal, qui représente plus de 17 000 Grandbasiloises et Grandbasilois et gère un budget de fonctionnement de plus de 22 millions de dollars.

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Participatory Budgeting VallejoUse Case

In 2012, the Vallejo City Council established the first city-wide Participatory Budgeting process in the United States. Through PB, the community is invited to help decide how to spend a minimum of 30% of the revenue generated by the Measure B sales tax - approximately $3.2 million, collected over a 15 month period from April 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013. Vallejo residents and stakeholders will develop and vote on projects, and the list of the projects that receive the most votes will be submitted to City Council for approval.

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Lisboa ParticipaUse Case

Lisbon Participatory Budgeting 2008-2016