Budget 2016 is now complete
Each year, the City of Brampton collects property tax to provide services to residents, build new facilities and infrastructure, and maintain the ones it already has. The Budget 2016 theme, “moving the city forward”,
was developed based on four priorities identified in the Strategic Plan: Good Government, Smart Growth, Move and Connect, Strong Communities.
2016-2018 Business Plan and Budget Approved
City Council approved the 2016-2018 Business Plan and Budget at the Special Council Meeting of December 9, 2015.
Brampton residents will see an increase of 2.9 per cent on their overall tax bill in 2016 for municipal services (region, city and school boards):
For the average residential property assessed at $398,000 this equates to an increase of $124 per year on the overall tax bill for municipal services.
- $49 for day to day operations
- $54 for infrastructure repair and replacement
- $21 for the City's new and enhanced services
Approved for 2016 is:
- An operating budget of $607.0 million
- A capital budget of $113.6 million