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2011 Budget

City of Toronto
2011 Budget

On January 10, 2011 the City of Toronto introduced balanced 2011 tax supported and utility rate budgets with no property tax increase for the people of Toronto. In addition to the tax supported operating and capital budgets, separate capital and operating budgets for utilities encompassing solid waste, water and sewer services were also introduced.

Mayor Launches Budget 2011

Mayor launches Budget 2011

Mayor Rob Ford officially launched the 2011 City budget. Mayor Ford's website

Civic engagement

When a new City Council is elected, City staff prepare briefing material for all Councillors. This is information on the wide range of programs, policies, and issues Councillors need to know about. It is an excellent resource for anyone interested in learning more about City Council.

Council Briefing Link

City of Toronto Services and Service Levels

View profiles of City Services for information on the activities, functions, and service levels of City programs.


Budget presentations

Presentations are prepared to provide a financial overview of City programs and Agencies.

Link to the 2011 Budget Presentations.

Operating Variance Report for the Year Ended December 31, 2010

Budget news

2010 Budget Summary

Previous budget summaries

City of Toronto's current and past Budget Summary Reports, reflecting the 24-hour / seven-day role that City government plays in protecting residents and delivering services.

Previous budget summaries

Long Term Fiscal Plan

Long term fiscal plan

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 achieved since the 2005 report.

Toronto's long term fiscal plan

2010 Budget

2010 budget

Toronto City Council approved a 2010 operating budget of $9.2 billion that protects the City services that Toronto residents and businesses need.

2010 City Budget

Property Tax

Property taxes

The City's taxation measures are used to sustain and enhance essential programs and services that are vital for a prosperous Toronto.

Everybody's Business

Everybody's business

City of Toronto's small businesses are now benefiting from changes being made to the City's property tax policies.

Enhancing Toronto's Business Climate - It's Everybody's Business