See below the 2022 Budget Information:
First Reading - Five Year (2022-2026) Financial Plan Bylaw No. 1159
2022 Operating Budget Presentation
2022 Capital Budget Presentation
Written submissions can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or addressed to the Corporate Officer and dropped off at the District Office. Don't forget you are welcome to join the budget meetings in-person and virtually through Microsoft Teams!
We appreciate your feedback!
Financial budgeting is a planning tool that enhances local government accountability and service delivery, and sets out their legal expenditure authority. The legislation establishes requirements and deadlines for the adoption of financial plans, and a local government may amend its plan during the year for unexpected expenditures.
Local governments must annually adopt a financial plan in accordance with the Local Government Act and the Community Charter. The planning period for the financial plan must include the current fiscal year and the next four fiscal years (five-year plan). At a minimum, the plan must include:
A local government must not budget for a deficit (planned expenditures and transfers to funds cannot exceed planned revenues, transfers from funds, and other cash contributions). However, if actual expenditures and net transfers from the previous year exceed that year's revenues and contributions, the resulting deficiency must be carried forward to the current year's financial plan as an expenditure.
Municipalities must adopt their financial plans before they adopt their annual tax rate bylaws (which must be adopted before May 15 each year).
For an overview of the results analysis of our survey see our 2021 Budget Survey Response Summary or for a summary of each question view the 2021 Budget Survey Question Data.
The District welcomes budget feedback from the community at all times throughout the year. To get involved with the budget planning process you can:
Submit your feedback to: email@example.com
2021-2025 Proposed Project Sheets