The 2021 tax-supported operating and capital budgets launched at Budget Committee on January 14. Get involved – we want to hear from you!

 

City services impact your life every day. Each time you visit a recreation centre, borrow a book from the library, have your garbage or recycling picked up, drink clean water from the tap, ride the TTC or have emergency services rush to your aid – you are using a City of Toronto service.

That’s why the City’s budget is so important – it’s about setting our collective goals and building a great city. It determines the level of service provided to Toronto residents and guides decisions on what City infrastructure will be purchased, built and repaired.

The 2021 rate-supported operating and capital budgets were approved by City Council on December 16, 2020.

The City’s budgets for all other services and programs launched at Budget Committee on January 14, 2021. View the presentation on the staff-recommended operating and capital budgets.

Learn the Basics

Learn how the City budget is approved and about the difference between the operating, capital and rate-supported budgets.

How to Get Involved

Your voice matters. Find key budget dates, learn how to make a deputation, provide feedback and watch online.

Budget Notes, Reports & Presentations

Read the 2021 budget documents, including budget notes, reports and presentations.