The 2024 rate and tax-supported operating and capital budgets were deemed adopted by City Council on February 14.


Relevant documents will be posted as they become available. Budget documents, including budget notes, reports and presentations will also be available on the City Council and Committees Meetings, Agendas and Minutes page.

For a list of alphabetical budget notes, briefing notes, Committee/Council presentations and reports, view Budget Documents.

View the January 10 budget presentation (Appendices 1 and 2).

Infrastructure Services – Tax-supported Operating & Capital Budgets

Engineering & Construction Services

Engineering and Construction Services IconEngineering & Construction Services provides specialized engineering design and construction services to internal clients (Toronto Water, Transportation Services, Solid Waste Management Services), and external clients (development industry, utility companies and other public agencies) creating safe and sustainable municipal infrastructure.

Engineering & Construction Services Budget Note

Municipal Licensing & Standards

Municipal Licensing and Standards IconMunicipal Licensing & Standards provides bylaw administration and enforcement services.  Deliverables include by-law enforcement services with targeted strategies to address graffiti, noise, business inspections, parks regulations and animal services issues,  business licensing and permitting, property standards and animal care, including control, sheltering and adoption services.

Municipal Licensing & Standards Budget Note

Policy, Planning, Finance & Administration

Policy, Planning, Finance & Administration IconPolicy, Planning, Finance & Administration provides centralized financial and administrative support to the Deputy City Manager and Infrastructure Services programs so that they can focus on providing services to Toronto residents and businesses.

Policy, Planning, Finance & Administration Budget Note

Toronto Emergency Management

Municipal Licensing and Standards IconToronto Emergency Management (TEM) coordinates the City’s preparedness, response and recovery to emergencies, along with other City divisions, agencies and corporations.

Toronto Emergency Management Budget Note

Transit Expansion

Transportation Services IconTransit Expansion is working to bring more transit to communities across the city with connections to the entire Greater Toronto and Hamilton Region.

Transit Expansion Budget Note

Transit Expansion 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Transportation Services

Transportation Services IconTransportation Services provides safe, efficient and effective transportation solutions to serve the needs of Toronto residents, businesses and visitors in an environmentally, socially and economically prudent manner through planning, engineering, designing, maintaining and operating the City’s municipal transportation system.

Transportation Services Budget Note

Transportation Services 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Infrastructure Services – Rate-supported Operating & Capital Budgets

Solid Waste Management Services

olid Waste Rate Supported IconSolid Waste Management Services is responsible for collecting, transporting, processing, composting and disposal of municipal and some private sector waste. This includes garbage, Blue Bin recyclables, Green Bin organics, litter, yard waste, oversized and metal items, as well as household hazardous waste and electronic waste. SWMS provides innovative waste management services in a safe, efficient and courteous manner, creating environmental sustainability, promoting waste diversion and maintaining a clean city.

Solid Waste Management Services Budget Note

Solid Waste Management Services 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Toronto Water

Toronto Water IconToronto Water delivers water treatment and distribution, and wastewater collection and treatment services on demand to 3.6 million residents and businesses in Toronto and portions of York and Peel.

Toronto Water Budget Note

Toronto Water 10-year Capital Budget and Plan – Water

Toronto Water 10-year Capital Budget and Plan – Wastewater

Development & Growth Services – Tax-supported Operating & Capital Budgets

City Planning

City Planning Budget IconCity Planning helps to guide and manage the City’s growth and physical form, and the effects on the social, economic and natural environment while striving to enhance the quality of life for Toronto’s diverse residential and business communities.

City Planning Budget Note

City Planning 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Housing Secretariat

Affordable Housing Office IconThe Housing Secretariat is responsible for the stewardship of Federal, Provincial and City investments and incentives to create and maintain safe, affordable housing for lower-income residents, and to develop innovative housing solutions through policy and partnerships to support Housing Opportunities Toronto, An Affordable Housing Action Plan 2010-2020.

Housing Secretariat Budget Note

Housing Secretariat 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Toronto Building

Toronto Building IconToronto Building helps to make the buildings where we live, work, learn and play safe. The Program reviews permit applications, issues permits and conducts inspections in accordance with the Ontario Building Code, the City’s zoning by-laws and other legislation. In addition, the program also performs preliminary reviews as part of the City’s development approval process, provides the public with zoning and building code information, and technical advice to City Council, Committees, Programs, and Agencies.

Toronto Building Budget Note

Toronto Community Housing Corporation & Toronto Seniors Housing Corporation

Shelter, Support & Housing Administration Icon

Toronto Community Housing is the largest social housing provider in Canada and the second largest in North America. It is wholly owned by the City of Toronto and operates in​ a non-profit manner.

Toronto Community Housing Corporation and Toronto Seniors Housing Corporation Budget Note

Toronto Community Housing Corporation and Toronto Seniors Housing Corporation 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Waterfront Revitalization Initiative

Waterfront Revitalization Initiative IconThe Waterfront Revitalization Initiative is a 25 to 30 year project, in coordination with the three orders of government that will leverage an investment of $1.5 billion ($500 million City share) to fund projects that focus on public investment in infrastructure, roads, parks and public spaces, community facilities, brownfield remediation and building sustainable communities.

Waterfront Revitalization Initiative Budget Note

Water Revitalization Initiative 10-year Capital Budget and Plan


Tax-supported Operating & Capital Budgets

Arena Boards of Management

Arena Boards of Management IconThe Arena Boards of Management are eight Board-managed arenas that offer use of ice programming (i.e. Hockey, figure skating) and pleasure skating to the community. Some arenas also offer dry floor rentals (i.e. floor hockey) in the summer. These services are complemented with snack bars, pro-shops and meeting room rentals at some locations.

Arena Boards of Management Budget Note

Association of Community Centres

Association of Community Centres IconThe Association of Community Centres comprises of 10 volunteer board-run multi-purpose facilities providing a broad range of community, recreation and social service programs to residents in the local community.

Association of Community Centres Budget Note


Icon image: grey box with outline of buildingsCreateTO manages the City’s more than 8,000 properties within its real estate portfolio, develops City building and lands for municipal purposes and delivers client-focused real estate solutions to City divisions, agencies and corporations.

CreateTO Budget Note

Exhibition Place

Exhibition Place IconExhibition Place fosters an inclusive and accessible parkland and business destination for conventions, exhibitions, entertainment, recreation, sporting events and public celebrations, operating as a self-sustaining and environmentally responsible entity.

Exhibition Place Budget Note

Exhibition Place 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Heritage Toronto

Heritage Toronto IconHeritage Toronto raises awareness of Toronto’s architectural, archaeological, natural and cultural heritage by delivering volunteer-led walks, bus and cycling tours around the City, installing heritage plaques and markers to commemorate buildings and events, and producing the annual Heritage Toronto Awards event.

Heritage Toronto Budget Note

TO Live

Theatres IconTO Live is the not-for-profit behind Meridian Hall, St. Lawrence Centre for the Arts and Meridian Arts Centre. Their mission is to use our creative spaces to inspire local and international artists that reflect Canada’s diversity.

TO Live Budget Note

TO Live 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Toronto & Region Conservation Authority

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority IconToronto and Region Conservation Authority has stewardship of assets which are comprised of land, land improvements, buildings, infrastructure and capital work-in-progress in the Don, Rouge, Highland, Etobicoke-Mimico and Humber watersheds, as well as along the waterfront.

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority Budget Note

Toronto and Region Conservation Authority 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Toronto Atmospheric Fund

Toronto Atmospheric Fund IconThe Toronto Atmospheric Fund assists in slowing climate change and improving air quality by advancing local solutions that reduce the production of greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions and related air pollution. TAF collaborates with non-government organizations, governments, corporations, official committees, neighbourhood organizations, universities, public and private schools and investors to advance social, financial, policy and technological innovations that reduce air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions while also creating a vibrant green economy.

Toronto Atmospheric Fund Budget Note

Toronto Police Service

Toronto Police Service IconToronto Police Service delivers police services, in partnership with local communities, to keep Toronto safe.

Toronto Police Service Budget Note

Toronto Police Service 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Toronto Police Service Board

Toronto Police Services Board IconToronto Police Service Board is responsible, under the Police Services Act, for ensuring the provision of adequate and effective police services in Toronto.

Toronto Police Service Board Budget Note

Toronto Police Service Parking Enforcement Unit

Parking Tags Enforcement and Operations IconThe Toronto Police Service Parking Enforcement Unit contributes to the overall safety and security of Toronto by focusing on the Toronto Police Service traffic safety priorities. This is achieved through various strategies including enforcement, visibility, public awareness and education programs.

Toronto Police Service Parking Enforcement Unit Budget Note

Toronto Public Health

Toronto Public Health IconToronto Public Health (TPH) reduces health inequalities and improves the health of the entire population by delivering services that meet community health needs and comply with Ontario Public Health Standards.

Toronto Public Health Budget Note

Toronto Public Health 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Toronto Public Library

Toronto Public Library IconToronto Public Library provides free and equitable access to a wide range of services that meet the changing needs of Toronto residents. The Library preserves and promotes universal access to a broad range of human knowledge, experience, information and ideas in a welcoming and supportive environment.

Toronto Public Library Budget Note

Toronto Public Library 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Toronto Transit Commission

Toronto Transit Commission Icon

As North America’s third largest transit agency, the TTC operates three rapid transit lines, nine streetcar routes, more than 160 bus routes and Wheel-Trans. In 2022, the TTC operated more than 250 million kilometres of service and carried more than 320 million riders. In 2022, the TTC surpassed 33 billion riders since its inception in 1921.

Toronto Transit Commission Budget Note

Toronto Transit Commission 10-year Capital Budget Plan Detail

Transit Studies 10-Year Capital Plan Detail

Toronto Transit Commission – Scarborough Subway Extension 10-Year Capital Plan Detail

Toronto Transit Commission – Spadina Subway Extension 10-Year Capital Plan Detail

Toronto Zoo

Zoo IconThe Toronto Zoo is one of the largest zoos in Canada, home to more than 5,000 animals representing 430 species on more than 700 acres of land adjacent to Canada’s new Rouge National Urban Park. The Zoo offers full-year access to seven bioregion displays with more than 10 kilometers of walking trails, including gift shops, exhibits, rides, food services and guest services.

Toronto Zoo Budget Note

Toronto Zoo 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Yonge-Dundas Square

Yonge Dundas Square IconYonge-Dundas Square is a public square that can accommodate as many as 300 events annually including third-party and self-programmed events. These events encourage economic and cultural activities by showcasing businesses and drawing residents and tourists to the area. A minimum of 28 days are also set aside annually for the public to enjoy the square as a piazza.

Yonge-Dundas Square Budget Note
Yonge-Dundas Square 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Rate-supported Operating & Capital Budgets

Toronto Parking Authority

Toronto Parking Authority IconThe Toronto Parking Authority provides safe, attractive, self-sustaining, conveniently located and competitively priced off-street and on-street public parking as an integral component of Toronto’s transportation system. It also manages the Bike Share Program.

Toronto Parking Authority Budget Note

Toronto Parking Authority 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Tax-supported Operating & Capital Budgets

Children’s Services

Children's Services IconToronto Children’s Services promotes access to high quality early learning, and provides child care and supports for families through a well-planned and managed system. All families in Toronto benefit from a range of services that promote healthy child development and family well-being.

Children’s Services Budget Note

Children’s Services 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Court Services

Court Services IconCourt Services provides administrative and courtroom support services to the general public and a range of stakeholders that use the Provincial Offences Court and to those using the Toronto Licensing Tribunal.

Court Services Budget Note

Economic Development & Culture

Economic Development & Culture IconEconomic Development and Culture advances the City’s prosperity, opportunity and livability by creating a thriving environment for businesses and culture.

Economic Development and Culture Budget Note

Economic Development and Culture 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Parks, Forestry & Recreation

Parks, Forestry & Recreation IconParks, Forestry and Recreation provides a wide variety of leisure and recreation opportunities for all Toronto residents while operating and maintaining parks, playing fields, playgrounds, recreation centres and amenities, along with trails, forests, meadows, marshes, and ravines.

Parks, Forestry and Recreation Budget Note

Parks, Forestry and Recreation 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Seniors Services & Long-Term Care

Long-Term Care Homes & Services IconSeniors Services & Long-Term Care provides a variety of long-term health care services for residents in the City’s long-term care homes and for vulnerable individuals who reside in the community.

Seniors Services & Long-Term Care Budget Note

Seniors Services & Long-Term Care 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Social Development, Finance & Administration

Social Development, Finance & Administration IconSocial Development, Finance & Administration leads the City’s commitment to provide inclusive and safe neighbourhoods and communities. Staff build and leverage intergovernmental and community partnerships to develop and deliver integrated services that are responsive to community social needs.

Social Development, Finance & Administration Budget Note

Toronto Employment & Social Services

Toronto Employment & Social Services IconToronto Employment & Social Services provides employment services, financial assistance and social supports to Torontonians to strengthen their social and economic well-being.

Toronto Employment & Social Services Budget Notes

Toronto Fire Services

Fire Services Icon

Toronto Fire Services provides City of Toronto residents and businesses with protection against loss of life and property from the effects of fire, illness, accidents and other hazards through preparedness, prevention, public education and emergency response with an emphasis on quality services, efficiency, effectiveness and safety.

Toronto Fire Services Budget Note

Toronto Fire Services 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Toronto Paramedic Services

Toronto Paramedic Services IconToronto Paramedic Services is the largest municipal paramedic service in Canada, providing emergency medical response for a service area encompassing 650 square kilometres with a daytime population of 3.5 million people.

Toronto Paramedic Services Budget Note

Toronto Paramedics Services 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Toronto Shelter and Support Services

Shelter, Support & Housing Administration IconToronto Shelter & Support Services contributes to healthy communities by ensuring that people have a range of shelter and affordable housing options. The program provides temporary shelter and support services for homeless individuals and families, creates permanent affordable housing solutions, and funds and administers the City’s social housing program.

Toronto Shelter & Support Services Budget Note

Toronto Shelter & Support Services 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Corporate Services – Tax-supported Operating & Capital Budgets

Corporate Real Estate Management

Facilities, Real Estate, Environment and Energy IconCorporate Real Estate Management, includes all activities that are involved in real estate related activities including Real Estate Transactions, Property Management, Facilities Maintenance and Custodial Care, Capital Project Management, Security, Business Management Support Services and Corporate Energy Projects.

Corporate Real Estate Management Budget Note

Corporate Real Estate Management 10-Year Capital Budget and Plan

Customer Experience (311 Toronto)

311 Toronto IconCustomer Experience (311 Toronto) is an easy-to-remember telephone number that provides residents, businesses and visitors with access to non-emergency City services, programs and information 24 hours a day, seven days a week. 311 Toronto can be contacted by phone, e-mail, fax or mail. The 311 portal also provides access to a wide range of online services, including service requests and tracking.

Customer Experience (311 Toronto) Budget Note

Customer Experience (311 Toronto) 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Environment & Climate

A blue icon showing an apartment building and a plant leafThe Environment & Climate Division leads, coordinates and is accountable for the City’s environment and energy sustainability outcomes. With the goal of making Toronto one of the most sustainable cities in the world, the division facilitates the development and implementation of strategic community and corporate-wide environment and energy policies and programs.

Environment & Climate Division Budget Note

Environment & Climate 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Fleet Services

Fleet Services IconFleet Services provides responsive and efficient fleet management services to City programs and agencies to maximize safety and environmental sustainability and minimize lifecycle costs.

Fleet Services Budget Note

Fleet Services 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Office of the Chief Information Security Officer

Office of the Chief Financial Officer IconThe Office of the Chief Information Security Officer protects the City’s digital infrastructure and information.

Office of the Chief Information Security Officer Budget Note

Office of the Chief Information Security Officer 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Technology Services

Information Technology IconTechnology Services delivers enterprise and business solution application development, maintenance and support to key City programs and services. Technology Services supports 700 business solutions/applications, maintains City website with 41,000 pages and 2 million views weekly and manages 100 projects in partnership with divisions.

Technology Services Division Budget Note

Technology Services 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Finance & Treasury Services – Tax-supported Operating & Capital Budgets

Office of the Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer

Office of the Chief Financial Officer IconThe Office of the Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer provides quality financial services, corporate strategic advice, financial and risk management expertise, and corporate financial planning, management, reporting and control services to divisions, agencies and City Council.

Office of the Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer Budget Note

Office of the Chief Financial Officer & Treasurer 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Office of the Controller

Office of the Chief Financial Officer IconThe Office of the Controller provides a broad range of internal financial and employee services to City programs, agencies and corporations and supports the strategic priorities of Council.

Office of the Controller Budget Note

Office of the Controller 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Tax-supported Operating & Capital Budgets

Accountability Offices

Accountability Officers IconThe City of Toronto has four accountability officers, the Auditor General, the Integrity Commissioner, Ombudsman Toronto and the Lobbyist Registrar, which help ensure local government remains open and transparent.

Office of the Auditor General Budget Note

Office of the Integrity Commissioner Budget Note

Office of the Lobbyist Registrar Budget Note

Office of the Lobbyist Registrar 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

Ombudsman Toronto Budget Note

Ombudsman Toronto 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

City Clerk’s Office

City Clerk's Office IconThe City Clerk’s Office provides the foundation for municipal government in Toronto, realized through the delivery of Elect Government, Make Government Work and Open Government services.

City Clerk’s Office Budget Note

City Clerk’s Office 10-year Capital Budget and Plan

City Council

City Council IconThe role of City Council is described in the City of Toronto Act, 2006, c. 131. City Council is comprised of the Mayor and 25 Councillors. The budget to support the Office of the Mayor is separate. The City Council budget supports 25 Councillors in fulfilling their responsibilities.

City Council Budget Note

Office of the Mayor

Office of the Mayor IconThe Office of the Mayor provides the support to the Mayor as the Head of Council and the Chief Executive Officer of the City, as prescribed in the City of Toronto Act, 2006, c. 133 and c. 134.

Office of the Mayor Budget Note

City Manager’s Office

City Manager's Office IconThe City Manager’s Office leads the municipal administration and provides guidance and advice to Council on the City’s fiscal, organizational, intergovernmental and service priorities. The City Manager is accountable to Council for the policy direction and program delivery of all divisions. It builds a culture of trust and citizen-centred services.

City Manager’s Office Budget Note

Legal Services

Legal Services provides the highest quality of legal services to the City and functions as a strategic resource for Council, City Divisions and Agencies. Legal Services responds to the increasing demand by the City for legal services and promotes risk management and various mitigation strategies.

Legal Services Budget Note