2021 Budget

 Budget Deliberations

Budget Deliberations were successfully concluded on December 7,  2020. Council reviewed and deliberated on department operating and capital budgets and decision packages.

A December 10 media release announced Council concluded budget deliberations with a increase of 3.77 percent or $125 (Single-Family Home).

The $125 increase is broken down as follows:

2021 Proposed Business Plans & Budget

Each fall the City prepares business plans and budgets for the following year. The City’s Business Plan sets Council’s Strategic Plan into action, representing staff’s best recommendations for key initiatives, department budgets, and the five-year financial plan. It also provides additional transparency and accountability to the community. Meetings are open to the public and are conducted in Council in Committee format with a question and comment period provided at the end of the meeting. Department business plan presentations occurred on November 23 and 24. 

Staff presented Council with an overview of their area, including: key services; staffing complement; 2020 achievements; deferred projects; 2021 key challenges, 2021 key initiatives; and proposed operating and capital budgets. Staff will also introduce any decision packages related to recommended service level changes. See below for individual department plans.

All presentations are available on the City website. To view agendas, meeting minutes or watch visit pittmeadows.ca/councilmeetings.

Council will deliberate on the proposed budget on December 7.

UPDATE: In light of the most recent orders from the Provincial Health Officer and the rising number of COVID-19 cases, all Council meetings will once again be held virtually to ensure the safety of the public, staff and Council members. To learn more and to watch the Business Plan Presentations, visit pittmeadows.ca/councilmeetings.

Business Plans by Department

For more information, contact the City's Finance Department at 604.465.2418 or email info@pittmeadows.ca.

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