Budget & Financial Statements

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Each Spring, the Finance department prepares the Annual Operating and Capital Budget. The budget pulls the costs of the programs run by each of the departments together to determine the total program costs which need to be funded from revenues. Tax revenue funds approximately three quarters of the County's expenditures. The remainder of the revenue comes from government grants, the sale of County services and reserves. The amount of tax revenue needed to fund the programs along with the assessment base determines the tax rates used. Once the budget has been reviewed by the Audit Committee it goes before Council for review and final approval.

The Finance Department prepares detailed monthly statements for Council. These statements track the County's financial performance against the annual operating budget. (The County's Budget runs on the calendar year - monthly statements are not generated for the first quarter of each year).

The Budget and the monthly Financial Statements are public documents and we encourage rate payers to review them, and to direct any questions or concerns to our office.


2016


2015

Budget Sections

Financial Statements


2014

Budget Sections

2014 Financial Statements


2013

Budget Sections

2013 Financial Statements





2012

Budget Sections

2012 Financial Statements


2011


Budget Sections

2011 Financial Statements


2010


2010 Financial Statements


2009

Please note: Starting in 2009, budget reporting across Canada is done according to the federally mandated Tangible Capital Assets accounting standard. In some cases, 2009 figures may not be comparable to versions from previous years.

 


2008


2007


2006


2005


2004


2003