Today, The City of Calgary released our proposed business plans and budgets for 2012 to 2014. Visit calgary.ca/ourfuture and or view these documents online.
The proposed business plans and budgets were developed based on Council’s Fiscal Plan for Calgary and Council’s decision on indicative annual tax rate increases. The proposed plans and budgets also take into consideration input from more than 23,000 participants in the three-month engagement process earlier this year, and other key trends and information.
Next Monday, we’ll kick-off a week-long series on the proposed plans and budgets. We’ll feature a different department each day and provide highlights from their proposed plans and budgets. You will also be able the follow the links to more detailed descriptions and to see the documents online.
The proposed business plans and budgets will be presented to Council for deliberation starting on November 21. Council will approve The City’s programs, services, performance measures and budget allocation for 2012-2014.
The City’s three-year budget reflects values, priorities and needs, and is a tool to deliver services important to everyone, now and in the future.
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