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The 2015 budget is approved

Mississauga City Council has passed the 2015 Budget. The tax increase will be 2.2 per cent on the 2015 residential property tax bill. The increase includes 1.3 per cent for the City's services and 0.9 per cent for Region of Peel services. The City of Mississauga's goal is to keep property taxes as low as possible while delivering good value for money and support the City's priorities. Learn more about the 2015 Business Plan and Budget:

Watch the Video: City Budget Basics

How much does the City's infrastructure cost?

It costs almost $128 Million to maintain our $8.4 Billion worth of infrastructure. Some of that money comes from your property taxes. The rest comes from other sources like debt financing, gas taxes, and development charges. More...

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