Wichita city leaders are asking for public input as the council debates nearly $4 million in cuts.
The city is proposing cracking down on overdue library fines, cutting the police mounted patrol unit and police helicopter. Even with the proposed changes, the city said a few layoffs may be unavoidable.
Mark Manning, department of finance, said the number of layoffs will not be as significant as years past.
"I can't tell you for sure that there would or would not be layoffs," he said. "There will probably be very few, perhaps none."
The city will hold several public input meetings before finalizing the budget in August. You can also fill out a form online.