2021 City Budget

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Setting collective goals


Review the 2021 Capital and Operating Budget Bylaws. You may also consult the public engagement summary, pgs. 9-18.

The City relies on property tax dollars to provide the services, facilities, programs and infrastructure that contribute to your quality of life. As a member of the community, it’s important that you feel informed about the City of Kingston budget, and that you have an opportunity to share your input!

Engage with us

Over the coming weeks, the City will poll the community to start to shape the information we provide and how we engage on the budget. This will be followed by a survey that will seek more detailed input on the City’s budgets.

The City Treasurer will also host two virtual open houses to provide you with an opportunity to learn more about how the City’s budgets are developed, the unique challenges encountered when developing municipal budgets, and our roadmap to an open budget process.

Did you know the City is committed to an ongoing open budgeting process? Learn more about our plan for achieving this, and how this foundational step will help us get there.


About the City's Budget


Setting collective goals


Review the 2021 Capital and Operating Budget Bylaws. You may also consult the public engagement summary, pgs. 9-18.

The City relies on property tax dollars to provide the services, facilities, programs and infrastructure that contribute to your quality of life. As a member of the community, it’s important that you feel informed about the City of Kingston budget, and that you have an opportunity to share your input!

Engage with us

Over the coming weeks, the City will poll the community to start to shape the information we provide and how we engage on the budget. This will be followed by a survey that will seek more detailed input on the City’s budgets.

The City Treasurer will also host two virtual open houses to provide you with an opportunity to learn more about how the City’s budgets are developed, the unique challenges encountered when developing municipal budgets, and our roadmap to an open budget process.

Did you know the City is committed to an ongoing open budgeting process? Learn more about our plan for achieving this, and how this foundational step will help us get there.


About the City's Budget


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    The City wants to better understand your priorities for the 2021 budget. The input you provide will be reviewed and will help inform the 2021 and future capital and operating budgets. 

    Time required to complete the survey: Approximately 15 minutes. 

    Survey closes: Nov. 13 at 4 p.m.

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