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2018 Budget – What Your Taxes Pay For

Mississauga City Council recently approved the Business Plan and Budget 2018 . The budget of the city reflects an aspiration to offer value for money. For companies, this means real benefits and opportunities to locate here.

The 2018 Budget of Mississauga is a strong financial plan that invests today and in the future in our city, while continuing to provide our residents and the business community with high quality local services. 19659002] With just 34 cents of every real estate tax received, Mississauga offers transit, roads, parks, fire stations, libraries and more.

Mississauga's tariffs for commercial and industrial real estate are competing among municipalities so close to Canada's busiest airport, the Toronto port and the four highways of the 400 series.

View and compare our commercial / industrial tax rates with other GTA municipalities.

Source: BMA Management Consulting Inc. & # 39; s annual municipal study database
Source: annual municipal database of the BMA Management Consulting Inc.

Our city planning priorities reflect what we have heard from our citizens: investing

  • to expand public transport;
  • combat deadlock by improving traffic management;
  • offering a variety of recreational programs in our many community centers; and
  • improving the affordability of housing.

The 2018 budget projects save more than $ 3 million, saving $ 52 million over the past decade.

In 2018, the city added approximately $ 2.8 million worth of new services. This includes 46,000 additional service hours and additional transit security, along with roads, traffic and other infrastructure improvements. This is an addition to the services that residents and entrepreneurs expect, including fire and emergency services, maintenance of winter roads, libraries, recreation programs, and parks and forestry.

For more information about the budget of the city and the budgeting process, visit .

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