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2017 Budget

Archive - 2017 Business Plan and Budget Process

Here are last year's FINAL validated 2016 Citizen Budget results October 19 to November 13.

Archived 2016 Participation Results

Here’s an overview of our Citizen Budget participation results October 19 to October 30.

Here’s an overview of our Citizen Budget participation results October 19 to November 6.

Here’s an overview of our Citizen Budget participation results October 19 to November 13.

Here’s an overview of our Citizen Comments October 19 to November 13.

 

Archives: 2016 Business Plan and Budget: Balanced & Accountable

This past summer we opened the doors of City Hall and asked you for your views on City projects and spending plans. City Council and Administration will then consider the priorities and preferences, and what matters most to residents. To do this, we are taking a five-phase approach from March until December. We will include new elements such as Performance Measures and we'll create new public engagement opportunities – so you can get involved.

City Council and Administration consider several factors when building the City’s annual budget including our growing population, inflation, capital investments, Council four-priorities and ten-year priorities, performance measures, and public input.

One method used to gather public input is the City of Saskatoon’s Annual Civic Services Survey. View the latest copy of the 2015 Annual Civic Services Survey.

In June, the City offered a number of opportunities to encourage citizens to provide input on the 2016 Budget through interactive displays at the City Hall Open House, Farmer’s Market, Frances Morrison Library, and Saskatoon Field House. The June Public Engagement Results are now available.

There are a number of Administrative Reports that will be presented to Executive Committee related to the 2016 Business Plan & Budget Process. There are also additional documents related to the 2016 Budget Planning Process found below:

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