Innisfil's 2021-2022 Budget

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Consultation has concluded

On December 10, 2020 Innisfil Council passed the 2021-2022 proposed budget with a blended rate increase of 0% for 2021 and 1% for 2022. The final budget document will be posted in January 2021.

We want to acknowledge that the financial impact of COVID-19 is like nothing our community has faced before. You are working harder to make a living than ever before and we know – and respect – how much trust you place in your municipality. That is why we are striving to make sure we operate as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible.

The budget process includes setting targets, proposing a budget, deliberating changes, incorporating public input, and final approval:

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On December 10, 2020 Innisfil Council passed the 2021-2022 proposed budget with a blended rate increase of 0% for 2021 and 1% for 2022. The final budget document will be posted in January 2021.

We want to acknowledge that the financial impact of COVID-19 is like nothing our community has faced before. You are working harder to make a living than ever before and we know – and respect – how much trust you place in your municipality. That is why we are striving to make sure we operate as cost-effectively and efficiently as possible.

The budget process includes setting targets, proposing a budget, deliberating changes, incorporating public input, and final approval:

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Check out our Tax Receipt Simulator to get a monthly breakdown of how much you spend on taxes and what benefits you get as a result!

CLOSED: This discussion has concluded.

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    Does the budget allow for the purchase and operation of a mobile speed camera that our community safety zones desperately need?

    CMacMillan asked about 1 year ago

    Thank you Mr. MacMillan for your question.  The Town's current capital program has an existing project RDS363 Traffic Calming Measure Improvements.  This project’s scope includes evaluating various traffic calming options, including operation of a mobile speed cameras.  All option will be considered for future traffic calming initiatives within the Town.  

    On November 19, 2020, options were presented to the School Zone / Traffic Safety Advisory Committee, where “Option 3: Direct the question of automated Speed Enforcement to RDS363 Traffic Calming Strategy” was adopted.  Additional information can be found on the Town website, under My Government, Council Agenda & Meetings, November 19, 2020 Meetings. (link to memo: https://innisfil.civicweb.net/FileStorage/7FAEF2021380475EA44F77265C287893-2020-11-19%20SZTSAC%20Memo%20BWG%20Automated%20Speed%20WITH%20AT.pdf)