Local government | January 25, 2021
Council approval of the City of Mississauga’s 2021 Budget and 2021-2024 Business Plan will follow the Region of Peel’s budget approval. Regional Council discussions regarding operating and capital budgets begin on Thursday, January 28, 2021.
On November 23, 2020, City staff presented an overview of the proposed 2021 Budget and 2021-2024 Business Plan at Budget Committee. The 2021 impact from the City’s portion on the residential tax bill is proposed at 1 per cent. On the commercial/industrial tax bill, the proposed amount is 0.6 per cent. This does not include impacts from Region of Peel services.
The 2021 Budget considers financial recovery strategies, outlined to Budget Committee throughout 2020, to offset budget pressures due to the pandemic. These include:
The Stormwater Charge funds the City’s Stormwater Program. It is a dedicated source of funding separate from property taxes. The Stormwater Charge appears on the Region of Peel water bill and in 2021 the rate increase is set at 2 per cent. This means the average residence (approximately 75 per cent) will see an increase of $2.20 or less.
For more details about City’s budget and the budget process, visit mississauga.ca/budget.
Fees and Charges
The City’s Budget Committee previously considered new and increased fees and charges for 2021. This included fees for Recreation and Parks, Forestry and Environment programs. Additional revenue of approximately $1.9 million is expected from the increases and new fees. There was no increase to transit fares.
Learn more about the City’s 2021 Budget and Business Plan:
City of Mississauga Media Relations
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