How to Get Involved in the Budget
City services impact your life every day.
Each time you visit a park or 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.
The City’s many services keep our homes and neighbourhoods safe and vibrant, encourage business growth and investments, and make Toronto welcoming for people from around the world.
The budget is about setting our collective goals and building a great city – together.
|Launch||November 15||January 10, 2020|
|Committee Review||November 25||January 15, 16, 17, 2020|
|Public Presentation||N/A||January 20, 21, 2020|
|Wrap-Up||N/A||January 28, 2020|
|Budget Committee Final Wrap-Up||December 6||February 4, 2020|
|December 11||February 13, 2020|
|Staff Presentation and Final Budget||December 17, 18||February 19, 2020|
What is a deputation?
A deputation is a short five-minute speech where you can share your comments directly with Budget Committee members.
How long is a deputation?
The usual public deputation speaking time is five minutes. However, when the list of speakers is long, the committee can choose to reduce the speaking time. Prepare speaking notes for approximately three minutes. Try to make all the points you want to make in the time that’s allotted.
Will Councillors ask me questions?
Councillors may ask questions following a deputation.
Please check back for more details on how to get involved in 2020 budget process including dates and times of the budget deputations.