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Have Your Say on the 2018 Budget


The 2018 Budget Has Been Approved

Thank you for your participation in the 2018 Budget process.

In November 2017, Mississauga City Council approved the 2018 Business Plan and Budget.

Highlights:

  • The impact of the budget is a $141 increase on the property tax for an average residential property valued at $604,000.
  • The total increase in Mississauga’s residential property tax will be 2.74 per cent. The increase includes 1.58 per cent for City services and 1.16 per cent for the Region of Peel.
  • The 2018 Budget ensures local government programs and services continue to be delivered cost-effectively. The budget projects savings of over $3 million. This means a savings of nearly $52 million over the past decade.
  • The City is adding approximately $2.8 million in new services, including:
    • continuing the MiWay service growth and adding 46,000 service hours;
    • increasing support to culture groups and local artists;
    • redeveloping the recently-acquired Small Arms Inspection Building;
    • hosting the Ontario 55+ Summer Games;
    • providing public education about the City’s Active Transportation options to encourage the use of cycling and walking infrastructure; and
    • improving the Library’s collection to support the City’s population growth.

View the 2018 Business Plan and Budget or visit mississauga.ca/budget to learn more.


The 2018 Budget Has Been Approved

Thank you for your participation in the 2018 Budget process.

In November 2017, Mississauga City Council approved the 2018 Business Plan and Budget.

Highlights:

  • The impact of the budget is a $141 increase on the property tax for an average residential property valued at $604,000.
  • The total increase in Mississauga’s residential property tax will be 2.74 per cent. The increase includes 1.58 per cent for City services and 1.16 per cent for the Region of Peel.
  • The 2018 Budget ensures local government programs and services continue to be delivered cost-effectively. The budget projects savings of over $3 million. This means a savings of nearly $52 million over the past decade.
  • The City is adding approximately $2.8 million in new services, including:
    • continuing the MiWay service growth and adding 46,000 service hours;
    • increasing support to culture groups and local artists;
    • redeveloping the recently-acquired Small Arms Inspection Building;
    • hosting the Ontario 55+ Summer Games;
    • providing public education about the City’s Active Transportation options to encourage the use of cycling and walking infrastructure; and
    • improving the Library’s collection to support the City’s population growth.

View the 2018 Business Plan and Budget or visit mississauga.ca/budget to learn more.