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Toronto’s 2010 Operating Budget protects City services

Toronto City Council approved a 2010 operating budget of $9.2 billion that protects the City services that Toronto residents and businesses need. 
 
The budget reflects the 24-hour / seven-day role that City government plays in protecting residents and delivering services. Local government provides the services that have the greatest impact on quality of life. This is especially important as the City recovers from the challenges of the world-wide economic recession.
 
   

The 2010 budget makes strategic investments in Council's priorities and will support existing programs and services.

Take a street view of services and read the Mayor's remarks at City Council.  The presentation made by the City Manager and Chief Financial officer and the City's news release provides additional information about the 2010 Operating Budget and City finances.

The City has both a Capital and Operating budget.  The capital budget funds major infrastructure and the operating budget pays the day-to-day operating costs for City services such police, fire, emergency medical services, employment and  social service programs, libraries, transit, and includes costs such as wages, fuel, hydro, supplies, etc. The Operating Budget provides short term (up to one year) funding to City divisions and agencies for programs, services and activities used to operate City services.

Looking for the budget?
Budget information for each budget is located in both the Operating Analyst Notes and Capital Analyst Notes, divided by City division.

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Council passes the 2010 Operating Budget at Council
At a meeting on April 15, 2010, Council passed a $9.2B Operating Budget that protects City services. More information.


Revised 2010 Recommended Operating Budget Presentation - Executive Committee
The 2010 Recommended Operating Budget has recently been updated and presented at Executive Committee on April 7, 2010. More information.


2010 Current Value Assessment (CVA) and Property Tax Rates
View the presentation made at Budget Committee on March 26, 2010. More information.


City of Toronto continues to enhance Toronto’s business climate and help the most vulnerable in 2010
At Budget Committee on Friday, March 26, 2010, various recommendations were made to continue 'Enhancing Toronto's Business Climate' and help the most vulnerable homeowners. More information.

Long Term Fiscal Plan Update
An update to the Long Term Fiscal Plan was made at Budget Committee on March 12, 2010. The Updated plan continues to support City Council's vision for a fiscally sustainable City with significant progress acheived since the 2005 report.
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Remarks by Mayor David Miller on the City's 2010 and 2011 Budget
Read the statement made by Mayor David Miller on Wednesday, March 10, 2010.


Upcoming 2010 Operating Budget Meetings
Please view the memo from Councillor Shelley Carroll concerning the upcoming 2010 Operating Budget meetings. View memo.

Council Approved 2010 - 2019 Capital Budget and Plan
December 8, 2009 marks the approval of the City of Toronto's 2010 - 2019 Capital Budget and 10-Year Capital plan. View the 2010 Capital Budget Presentation and news release .


City of Toronto's remarks on the 2010 Federal Pre-Budget
Councillor Shelly Carroll addressed the House of Commons Standing Committee and presented Toronto's recommendations. More Information.
Toronto Water and Solid Waste Management Budget
On November 30, 2009, the 2010 Toronto Water and Solid Waste Management Budgets were passed. View the Toronto Water presentation and the Solid Waste Management presentation made to City Council.


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